The restaurant opens mid-August.
A flurry of activity at the address is certainly good news.
“This is an explosive year. All the things that we’ve been working toward are coming to fruition,” they say.
New York City nabs three spots on Alan Richman's annual list.
We asked four great chefs and one cocktail whiz to personalize the impersonal.
Whatever it is, it's slated to open next spring.
Italian Thanksgiving comes early this year.
The cooks are doing some of the front-of-house stuff now.
Not content to simply shuck and serve, chefs are taking raw-bar preparations to the next level.
The twelve-seat spot is a reservations-only raw bar.
“This place is like Il Mulino for hipsters.”
Also, Tosi made an oozing American cheese dessert.
In the ten years since Wylie Dufresne opened his groundbreaking restaurant, his staff has helped redefine New York City's food landscape.
Between them, the women have 95 years of cooking experience.
Mark your calendars. Save your paychecks.
Bringing shrimp carbonara and 'Godfather'-esque tile floors to Greenwich Village.
There's going to be so much food you won't see your tablecloth.
The familiar neon sign has been hijacked with a new name.