The neon will also make the move.
Proprietor Nancy Lee is in negotiations to take another space nearby.
The largely fat-free restaurant will head downtown.
This Second Avenue subway construction is just the wurst.
It'll "end up moving somewhere else pretty close in the area," if at all.
Roasted chicken, truffled potatoes, and lots of foie.
The Upper East Side restaurant will open the week of November 11 and feature whole-pig feasts designed for eight people to share.
Gourmet Rice Krispies treats are a hit with the uptown set.
It opens tonight on East 65th Street.
The name is a nod to famed Elaine's customers Woody Allen and Norman Mailer.
This is the biggest location yet.
This location will offer brunch.
Ben and Phil are going uptown.
Maybe they should also be forced to wear uniforms!
Rodents and drunk people roam the streets late at night.
The Martignetti brothers bring their downtown concept up the island.
Expensive and unexciting no longer.
"Think of it as a steakhouse but with farm-raised chicken in place of beef."
The chef leaves the restaurant he helped open just this past April.