The more things change, the more the braised short ribs stay the same.
Spoiler alert: He made the money back.
The storage facility had to move thousands of cases of wine to higher ground during the hurricane.
Plus: Keith McNally sues to get $2 million of wine back, and more in today's leftovers.
Marco Pierre White's protÃ©gÃ©e will be manning the stoves.
McNally's first London restaurant is looking for a few attentive cooks.
An inside source says the restaurateur was given an ultimatum last month.
It opens on February 12 of next year.
Is Minetta 2.0 going to open on the other side of the pond?
Plus: Balthazar London may be a no-go?
They're still serving breakfast pizza, but now they have sandwiches, too.
The restaurateur reflects on a roller-coaster year.
The Beatrice Inn finally has a new tenant, and more news from last night's CB2 meeting.
The new underground lair in the meatpacking district is Beatrice meets McNally.
Restaurateurs have been “treated like an ATM machine,” says Ken Friedman.
And the John Dory Oyster Bar gets an opening date.