Zeppelin to moor on Church Street, Jay-Z and Beyoncé are fans of Lucali, and Almondine will deliver on one day only — for mom.
Thought you knew all of New York's quirky neighborhood names? What about New Dorp? We thought not.
WD-50 kicks off lunch service this month, Starbucks' Pike Place Roast is as mild as one from Dunkin' Donuts, and a second Sakae Sushi will open downtown.
They're downing coat hangers in Coney, resenting the gentry in Fort Greene, and freezing the teardowns in Prospect Heights. That and more in our daily borough news report.
More chains for Chelsea, red velvet is a new trend in Astorian bakeries, and BarFry tops the list of one-hit wonders.
A cooking show wants to mate sexy Brooklyn foodies, Insomnia Cookies could be faster, and Madaleine Mae is marketing rum shots as "cures."
Pies-N-Thighs is ready for a June (or July) opening, Perilla has a mean duck burger, and La Creperie goes down for the count.
Cuddly, scrumptious puppies! The people who live there must be so happy! Or not: "We will now have sidewalks like the rest of the city with puddles of urine and smears of dog poop," grumbles one. All this and more in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Winegasm has a terrible name but a good location, Fedora is truly old-school, and Bar Milano isn't far off.
Robuchon in the house, frozen drinks at the Rusty Knot, and a Web page for Di Fara.
Visit the newly opened Vue Cafe in Astoria, attend a cocktail mix-off in midtown, and try chocolate tres leches in Williamsburg.
Gyros in Bay Ridge, a tater-tot crisis in Williamsburg, and a bold assertion in the thin-mint-cookie department.