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Bonfiglio & Bread’s Gaby Gulielmetti is doing excellent things at Rivertown Tavern.
“I was vegetarian and vegan for over 15 years, until a Nathan’s hot dog in Las Vegas sent me into a fatal processed-meat-love spiral.”
The legendary writer and editor introduced us to Julia Child.
The relaxed restaurant is now open in the West Village.
“I’m the first one to say that this is not an inexpensive way to eat, at all.”
They’ve created a “Scotch Egg Roulette” that’s only available this Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
“Carrots, potatoes, kale, meatballs, and, I’m assuming, optimism wrapped in tinfoil.”
She and Ken Friedman hope to find a new home for the concept.
“The economics of a deli are really hard,” Jake Dell says. “Meat goes up, guess what? I lose money.”
He no longer wants his name associated with his own restaurant.
La Newyorkina is rolling out a new sundae featuring crickets — and it’s fantastic.
He’s coming to Sessanta in Soho on July 26.
“I understand if you hate me a little. I’d hate me a little, too.”
The cookbook business has a reputation for being strong and lucrative — a smart career move for any chef. The reality burns.
Fairfax, opening in its place, is an all-day café.
“Of course we all pretended to be dead when the delivery man arrived.”
He sold his entire collection of vintage bourbon.
“Through all of the spices and delicacies, we’re all talking, laughing, and feeding each other, a practice known as gursha.”
The board’s launching a national search for its next leader.
A 20 percent administrative fee will be added to the $258 bill.
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