Japanese market has Latin flavor.
Also in our CB2 roundup: a liquor license for Alexandra and outdoor drinking at Soho Park, but no bar above Five Guys on Bleecker.
Barry Mullineaux, last seen at the helm of defunct West Chelsea nightclub Stereo, is back, and attempting to take on Downtown Cipriani.
A first look at the crowd now that the fresh-out-of-Trinity folks are banned.
The duo have transformed a preppy hangout into what they hope will be something a bit hipper.
Ed's Lobster Bar expands their hours, serving seven days a week.
Vesuvio's still tinkering on its old ovens, and the tourists are NOT happy about it.
Jim Mamary faces more setbacks for Oyster Bar, and Grand Tier Lincoln Center to get a fancy imported menu, in today’s neighborhood food news.
Bun beats Delicatessen to the 24/7 punch.
Parlor Steakhouse to serve brunch, and a really cool food-bank concept in Brooklyn, in today's neighborhood food news.
The signature dish? Reuben fritters, we predict.
Breads like (an Indian) mom used to make might come to Elettaria, and where that cheese smell is coming from, in today's neighborhood food news.
Fiamma is so not like a French poodle in a Prada scarf, and Park Slope's newest burger bar, in today's neighborhood food news.
Why Gary Robbins isn't a wanderer and what eating wild salmon could possibly have to do with saving wild salmon, in today's neighborhood food news.
Our post about Bun running out of free food sparked a couple of angry comments but also some full-bellied defenders.
The Vietnamese restaurant was supposed to start its 24/7 schedule today, but a free-food promotion ran it ragged.
Williamsburg will get a "Fiambreria," and chef Peter Hoffman will take you to the Greenmarket, in today's neighborhood food news.