Lidia must be kvelling.
"Shame on you for abusing these underprivileged employees."
Westport, Connecticut: It's just like Manhattan.
Bastianich and Batali will bring their food emporium not only to Los Angeles, but also to Washington, D.C.
A curious turn in the labor suit against Del Posto.
Twenty-seven current and former Del Posto employees allege they were forced to launder their own uniforms.
Drew Nieporent, for one, really hopes that Del Posto gets their lost Michelin star back.
At a place like this, all the people have to be at the top of their game all the time. I just imagine that would be very, very difficult.
Plus, how's lunch? And the pizza?
The hotly anticipated new projects from Freemans and Mario Batali have finally welcomed their first guests.
A sneak peek at the wine shop, the checkout area, and — in the distance — the housewares section.
Plus, what's in a food-festival swag bag?
And now the lawyer for the plaintiffs, Maimon Kirschenbaum, has something to say.
A couple of restaurateurs defend themselves.
What are the critics saying about Gordon Ramsay's new show, ahead of tonight's premiere?