More from Marquee and Avenue's newly controversial doorman.
Opening night at Marquee's new club — er, gastrolounge — found many Beatrice regulars in the house.
Noah Tepperberg tells us whether his gastrolounge will jump on the glamburger trend. Plus: Photos and the menu.
What exactly is a gastro-lounge, anyway?
A look at the space and at 1Oak's Hamptons-upped logo.
Plus: The return of the Red Hook Ball Field vendors, and chain restaurants downsize, all in our morning news roundup.
Don't be so quick to believe a blog's claim that the club is closing.
Plus, is Giuseppe Cipriani M.I.A.?
The Marquee man snags community-board approval for a new gastrolounge.
Marquee's Wass Stevens wasn't the only rope minder who appeared in "The Wrestler."
Admissions are up at the French Culinary Institute, and Marquee celebrates five years of bottles, in our daily news roundup.
Someone popped a $20,000 bottle of Champagne at Marquee.
The Marquee honcho wants his new venue to be a cross between the Spotted Pig and Rose Bar, and he now has Community Board 4's licensing committee onboard.
The Marquee man won't let the Community Board's disapproval stop him.
Will the Marquee honcho be going forward with his plan to take over the Earth space?
Community Board 4 didn't give Noah Tepperberg the green light he was hoping for, but he didn't get a Wass-like smackdown either.
The owner of Marquee plans to open another spot in West Chelsea.
Plus community boards are making life hell for downtown restaurants and bars, and now is your chance to ask El Bulli's chef a question, from our glance at the morning headlines.