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“He whipped out a bottle of whiskey, I whipped out a bottle of whiskey. He whipped out some glasses, I whipped out some glasses. We sent an audience member to get ice.”
“”It’s not that I don’t agree with the Michelin ratings, they’re O.K.,” he writes. “But I don’t understand them, and that’s not O.K.”
Plus: Greene and Cuozzo waffle on the Lambs Club, and a rave for Hecho en Dumbo.
There’s ‘inoteca Williamsburg, plus a French-Mediterranean spot is going in Tribeca.
They’re great on macaroni and cheese, and french fries. Not so great perfuming your apartment lobby.
Dr. Vino’s commenters take wine pairings seriously, even if the food in question is pretty stupid.
Plus the “Best New Restaurants”: Longman & Eagle in Chicago, Frances in S.F., and more.
Plus: a slew of new openings including Kin Shop, Bar Basque, and Ciano.
The electric heaters run up a tab of $10,000 a month.
The Salumeria Rosi chef demos the basics of Italian cooking at last week’s New York Culinary Experience.
“We snuck the wraps into the movie, which is probably illegal … It’s sort of the best of both worlds to eat dinner in the movie theater, but you have to be kind of stealth about it.”
The Noma chef talks geotagging and culinary geneaology at last night’s New York Public Library event.
Plus stories of his secret teenage life as a whipped-cream fighter!
César Ramirez’s pricey prix-fixe dinners pull in a seriously big award.
At the New York Culinary Experience, the Corton chef teaches a crowd how to blast raw scallops until they’re just barely cooked.
Plus: Robert Sietsema skips pho in favor of a Vietnamese beef salad.
We follow up on the defunct magazine’s masthead.
Want to bake a cinnamon roll? You’ll have to jog three miles first.
Dwight Garner really doesn’t like Colman Andrews’s new book about the El Bulli chef.
Watch the Momofuku chef shuck an oyster and top it with a melon-shiso purée.