Wylie Dufresne's pioneering restaurant is going out with a crazy modernist bang, or course, and not at all with a whimper.
They found a replacement that has less of a jihadist ring to it.
There's a burger patty in there!
Kate Upton isn't helping things much, either.
It all starts this Sunday, and there will also be beer.
The impostors even have a bright blue sign that reads, "I'm gonna make you a pizza you can't refuse."
You can get it tomorrow at Saxelby Cheesemongers.
The Red Hook restaurant has put a giant sirloin on the menu. It costs $50 and feeds at least two people.
Chefs Corey Lee and Joshua Skenes join the three-star club.
Bring on the Beef on Wecks, Provel-topped steak sandwiches, and gravy-topped dirty fries.
The celebration includes free glasses of sparkling wine tonight.
The Austin-based company Coffer has already attracted attention from coffee industry heavyweights.
The Breuer building is closed, but the huckleberry pancakes will be back in May of 2015.
A franchisee with four Manhattan locations not only allegedly cheated its employees out of hourly wages, it forced them to pay for their own bicycles, helmets, safety gear.
It may be British, but there is lox on the bagels.
"I like girls in kitchen a lot: it does bring that testosterone level down a little bit, it makes it not so aggressive," a British chef said recently.
It's also No. 1 on Amazon's best seller list of vegan cookbooks.
The burgers all look pretty horrible to begin with; at least the month-old ones have penicillin.
Congratulations, New York, you have a new state snack.
Why put the whiskey into the barrel when you can put the barrel into the whiskey?