The new bakery is weeks away.
President Jared Hoffman is out and almost all of the 65 staffers will be laid off when the club moves to Brooklyn.
Owner Richie Notar says that the recession has made Nobu a new status symbol.
‘You can see a lot of change since September 11.’
Also in our CB2 roundup: a liquor license for Alexandra and outdoor drinking at Soho Park, but no bar above Five Guys on Bleecker.
No doubt displeased with the less-than-stellar reviews for his Tribeca outpost, Ago, Robert De Niro may be bringing in the A-team.
Tyson Beckford will attend the christening.
See what Montrachet looks like now that it has reopened with Paul Liebrandt in the kitchen.
The Insatiable Critic comes back with first word on Drew Nieporent's reinvention of Montrachet.
The Drew Nieporent–Paul Liebrandt collaboration will open tomorrow.
So much for fish overnighted from Hawaii.
The notable importer conducts a tasting at Chambers Street Wines.
If the furniture makes it to Secession in time, David Bouley says they'll open at the end of the week.
The Knitting Factory is moving to Brooklyn, but residents may not get the Greenwich, Connecticut peace and quiet they’re hoping for.
Country’s chefs start to bail and the grotesque cost of lunch at Ko, in today’s neighborhood food news.
A new chocolate happy hour in the East Village, and Astoria's version of Miami cool, in today's neighborhood food news.