He says Masa is overpriced, but was his house?
He'll be the paper's first openly gay op-ed columnist.
Please say they get it.
Can you guess which restaurant has the "the richest and most coddled people in the city"? Or the one with a clientele "pulled from rejected ‘Sex and the City’ scripts"?
We've been digging the "Dining Briefs" column in the 'Times' all year.
The paper and the employees who went to it are alleged to have engaged in “egregious, wanton, reckless and negligent conduct.”
The Filter is a GPS-enabled coffee map from 'Times' caffeine guru Oliver Strand.
Feed all the lawyers!
The 'Times' critic tends to find things "very good."
A restaurant that across from the Times Building stops mimicking the paper's font.
The 'Times' gets a biweekly nightlife column.
Plus: a wine dispute at Christie's, a barbecue legend dies, and more in our daily news roundup.
A look at some eye-catching signage.
And Padma could listen to Kevin Gillespie talk about cabbage all day long.
The magazine is the latest to launch a wine club.
The critic admits it has long been hard to stay anonymous.
How many stars did Sam Sifton's first effort get?
His one-star review of the Standard Grill has rankled a couple of fellow writers.
Meanwhile, the hot spot is making $20,000 a night.