There will even be — yes! — fried chicken.
Plus: pizza-master Mark Bello is opening a retail spot for pizza classes and parties, and the Schnitzel & Things truck is mobbed by long lines.
Plus: The General Greene was the belle of Le Fooding ball, and Grant Achatz brags about his Rao's resy.
How does the Manhattan location of Motorino stack up to the original?
And have a look at the menu.
Plus: Ryan Sutton explores Williamsburg, and Robert Sietsema finds the cuisine of Shandong in Flushing.
Plus: Soho's burlesque spot gives up the ghost, as does Yaffa's in Tribeca, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus: Financier opens in midtown east and Kenny's Castaways gets shut down by the Health Department, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus: Veselka Bowery scores a liquor license, and an airy Tribeca restaurant space is available for rent, if you have $14,000 a month.
A Northern European food truck is about to hit Williamsburg.
Plus: where to find cheap wisdom from a California peach farmer, and Bia Garden ready to show off its Asian beer and street eats.
Plus: Reintroducing oysters to Jamaica Bay, and another Frederick's closes, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
A rooftop drinking oasis comes to Williamsburg.
Launching tonight: Pork rinds, French-bread pizzas, and more.
Plus: A Red Mango and whoopie pies for Rock Center, and more news from Williamsburg, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.