Upper West Side Restaurant Corvo Bianco Has Closed

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The white crow has flown for the last time. Photo: Melissa Hom

Voluminous Columbus Avenue restaurant Corvo Bianco, which opened a year ago with an ambitious-looking menu and acclaimed chef Elizabeth Falkner in the kitchen, has had a run of bad luck. The reviews were resoundingly not great, and Falkner, who replaced the Michelin-starred Andrea Cobbe, left in February. Its next iteration, with ex-Scarpetta chef Chris Wyman, didn't seem to fare so well, either; the restaurant is now closed, ostensibly for maintenance, and Eater hears a "big-name chef" is currently in talks for a reboot with restaurateur Luis Gonzalez. [Eater NY, Related]