The menu here is to-go.
View a slideshow of pizza offerings from a new Italian bakery.
The company behind the Tribeca Film Festival announced this morning that it's hired Sundance director Geoffrey Gilmore to be its new chief creative officer.
Water damage sunk Rosanjin, but only temporarily.
Having just launched Above Allen, their private rooftop on the Lower East Side, Thompson Hotels will now open their Tribeca hotel, the Smyth.
It's a 'small, sexy, opium-den like space,' obvi.
Jean-Georges Vongerichten and the man behind City Crab are planning new restaurants. Plus, a new 'steakhouse for ladies.'
Devin Tavern is open and taking reservations. But for how long?
A Zimbabwean couple brings over 200 teas to Chambers Street.
Wait, the smell of steak in your luxury apartment is a bad thing?
The folks from Employees Only and Chanterelle have finally opened their restaurant. See the menus and interior.
The owner of New York City Hot Dog Company says he was losing $20,000 a month before he closed. But there's good news, too.
President Jared Hoffman is out and almost all of the 65 staffers will be laid off when the club moves to Brooklyn.
Owner Richie Notar says that the recession has made Nobu a new status symbol.