Following chef Mads Refslund's departure, the food is much simpler.
Showing 1-20 of 45 posts
- < Prev
- Next >
Brian Loiacono is replacing Mads Refslund.
This week's Celebrity Settings.
"They are crazy and tend to be reclusive ... You never ask where they found what they foraged or they might never come back."
It spoiled because of a storage company's boneheaded move.
It's not too late to make a plan to go to Uncle Boon's, Bar Primi, or Vic's.
"If you don't have the passion, I think you should stop working as a chef."
Soup dumplings, arancini, and steak tartara Piemontese.
Spiked with lavender, caramel, brownie batter, and booze.
It's edible-gourd season.
RENDER, a brand-new feminist food magazine based out of Portland, Oregon, has launched a Kickstarter. To help support its "mission to look at food culture through a feminist lens," donate here. [Grub Street] Starting Friday, August 1, Contrada...
The Dutch, Il Buco Alimentari, and Alder still have tables available.
Put down those wild-crafted cloudberries, and go get yourself some tickets.
His own restaurant does have an "Soil" section, after all.
Plus: Derek Jeter heals at the Box, and more, in this week's roundup.
"The pretzel roll is my weakness. It's like a warm roll and a pretzel. Together. With butter. Let me know if you hear what I'm saying."
Everything you'd need to get by, and get dinner, in 2013.
The Danish chef doesn't quite feel at home yet in New York, but definitely wants to open a second restaurant here.
The spacious lot is awfully appealing when looking for a place to park your car.
Plus: goat cheese that's good for you, a "farm-to-fire" dinner series, and more.