The first order of business is inviting Steven Spielberg to dinner, for some reason.
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The €380 menu is "a new expression of contemporary French haute cuisine."
Just say non to fast-food hamburgers.
"Ducks lie dead and dying, and many have painful eye injuries and abscesses."
Plus: the NYC Coalition Against Hunger fund-raiser, and more, in today's Leftovers.
The chef also says he'd be "very frustrated" if he could only have one restaurant.
All you have to do is tweet.
Paul Bocuse is watching you — he sees your every move.
It's made from scratch or from nothing at all, the chefs say.
"Mid-recipe, we also snacked on toasted bread that had been used to soak up some of the fat from the sliced marrow medallions roasting in the oven."
If they like your food, you get a plaque to hang outside your kitchen.
It's like the brotherhood of the traveling chef's pass, or something.
The Pico-Rivera local tells us a brick-and-mortar might be around the bend.
The 36-year-old chef opens up about his new project (a little) and talks about his time on the line when he was a "young man."
For three days, November 16 to 19, 240 of the world's best chefs will all be in one place, kissing one ring.
And wouldn't you know it, Spago makes the cut.
The restaurant in the St. Regis will close after service on November 17.
David Chang will party down with Joël Robuchon.