For $45, you can get four foie gras dishes and four Champagnes.
Apparently, the center of the meatpacking will no longer be that giant swatch of stiletto-unfriendly cobblestones in front of the Gansevoort.
But at least the rooms are cheap!
The Hog Pit's new location doesn't sit well with at least one fan of the old one.
Bagatelle has opened a 'hidden' basement spot, complete with foosball and a piano player.
The steakhouse is adding a fireplace table and a private dining room.
Also Comptoir des Cotonniers is hosting a mom-daughter casting call for their upcoming ad campaign.
Also in our CB2 roundup: a liquor license for Alexandra and outdoor drinking at Soho Park, but no bar above Five Guys on Bleecker.
A Texas twosome on 26th Street!
The self-proclaimed ‘Nightlife Lord’ is stunned that the Top Chef won’t be working at his new restaurant.
The 50,000-square-foot multilevel space might even have High Line access!
The ‘Daily News’ portrays the meatpacking district in a Dante-esque fashion.
Think Warren Beatty in ‘Shampoo.’
A closer look at Bobby Flay’s burger, plus a possible Maganaro peace plan, in today’s neighborhood food news.
Scott Conant whips out his sauce recipe.
Does his Asian background mean that Merkato will change its format?
Brooklyn Heights feels the reverberations of an accused-con-man restaurant manager, and R&L restaurant sees another setback, in today's neighborhood food news.
Pump it up, until you can feel it...