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Barbuto

  1. Bad News
    Jonathan Waxman: Barbuto Is ‘Getting the Boot’“We could have two weeks or a year.”
  2. Grub Guides
    Where to Go Eat, Now That It’s Finally Nice OutQuit binge-watching Netflix.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Marcus Samuelsson Can’t Stop Thinking About Roast Chicken These Days“How to cook it? Who does it best? Should I brine it? Do I have the right seasoning?”
  4. News
    Real-Estate Deal Might Not Bode Well for BarbutoA lot has changed on Washington Street in the last 12 years.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    Kerry Diamond Is a Farmers’ Market Nerd“Out and proud.”
  6. Awkward
    When a Chef Leaves, Who Owns the Restaurant’s Signature Dish?The curious case of the roasted short ribs.
  7. Grub Guides
    13 Spectacular Squash Dishes You’ll Want to Eat Right NowIt’s edible-gourd season.
  8. Night Out
    The Not-So-New Guy: Chef Jamie Bissonnette’s Big Year in New York“New York started off by punching me in the face, but now it’s giving me a hug.”
  9. Grub Guides
    What You Need to Eat and Drink Before Summer Is Really OverIce cream, fried chicken, rosé, and burgers, of course.
  10. Crossing the Streams
    Let Jonathan Waxman Tell You About the ‘Ghostbusters’ -InspiredThe celebrated chef has upcoming projects in New York, Nashville, and Toronto, where he’ll partner with director Ivan Reitman.
  11. Expansions
    Jonathan Waxman Opening Restaurants in Nashville and TorontoBoth restaurants, like Barbuto, feature lots of multi-paned windows.
  12. Celebrity Settings
    George Clooney Hosts Dinner at Caravaggio; The Beckhams Eat at BalthazarPlus: Anna Kendrick hangs at Omar’s, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  13. Leftovers
    No. 7 Sub Super Bowl Orders; Bodega Negra Opens Next WeekPlus: Additional Barbuto anniversary celebrations, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  14. Leftovers
    Barbuto’s 10th Anniversary Dinner; Littleneck’s SpinoffPlus: Il Mulino opens in Miami, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  15. Leftovers
    Jamie Shupak Launches Cooking Series; Anita Lo’s Duck, Duck,Plus: Christie’s wine auction, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  16. Leftovers
    Daniel Boulud in Conversation With Budd Mishkin; Maison Premiere’sPlus: Brushstroke’s $59 bento box, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  17. Expansions
    Barbuto’s Jonathan Waxman Linked to New Nashville RestaurantThe pioneering chef is keeping mum — for now — on his plans.
  18. Interviews
    Kings of Leon’s Caleb Followill on His Music City Eats Fest,Followill and Jonathan Waxman are spearheading Nashville’s Music City Eats festival this weekend.
  19. Returning to the Well
    Bruni Celebrates Restaurant RegularityFrank Bruni reminds the world that being a restaurant regular can be pretty sweet.
  20. Celebrity Settings
    Rafael Nadal Takes Pete Wells’s Advice; Kate Upton Watches Football atPlus: Neil Patrick Harris eats barbecue, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  21. Celebrity Settings
    Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio Dance at Avenue; Daniel Radcliffe Gets BombedPlus: Mariah Carey at Serendipity 3, Jessica Biel at the Butcher’s Daughter, and more of this week’s celebrity settings.
  22. Foodievents
    Jonathan Waxman Cooks With Neal Fraser at Strand House; Jose Garces Next Up ToWaxman insists he “didn’t have sex” with Neal Fraser.
  23. Menus
    Jonathan Waxman Cooking at Strand House, October 1 With Opus OneThe Barbuto chef has five courses planned, with pairings from the Napa winery’s soon-to-be-released 2009 vintage.
  24. Empire Building
    Jonathan Waxman Hasn’t Forgotten His L.A. PlansBut may need some help in the bedroom.
  25. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Quinoa at Kutsher’s, Virtuous Burgers in Central ParkPlus: A recipe from Jonathan Waxman, brain food from a Le Bernardin alum, and more, all in the first edition of Grub Street’s guide to eating well all week.
  26. Leftovers
    Momofuku Milk Bar Coming to Montauk; Aldea Celebrating Portugal DayPlus: Polenta-palooza in Williamsburg, Brother Jimmy’s BBQ in Long Island grocery stores, and more of today’s leftovers.
  27. Video Feed
    Watch Two Singing Waitresses Burn Through Their Tax Refund at BarbutoWith extra sequins and a cameo by Jonathan Waxman.
  28. Two for Eight
    Pure Food & Wine, Blue Hill for 8:30 p.m.; ABC Kitchen, Dirt Candy Fully BookedIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: For Vegivores.
  29. Rumor Patrol
    Where Should Jonathan Waxman Open a New Restaurant?The Barbuto chef admits he wants to open a new place.
  30. Foodievents
    Nancy Silverton and Jonathan Waxman Team Up for Book-Pimping Dinner at BarbutoThe October 6 event promises to be a good one!
  31. Foodievents
    And So, Another Restaurant Week Is Upon UsSome of the top picks for $24.07 lunches and $35 dinners.
  32. Foodievents
    Jonathan Waxman and Miami’s Michael Schwartz Plan a Tag-Team DinnerIn honor of their new cookbooks.
  33. Crime Scenes
    Burglars Walk In to BarbutoThree unidentified men bound and gagged an employee.
  34. Cooking
    Thanksgiving Leftovers: What Would Chefs Do?We’ve got the full plan on what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers — from the country’s best chefs.
  35. Slideshows
    What You Missed at L.A. Loves Alex’s LemonadeGiada DeLaurentiis, Jennifer Garner, and Jim Belushi joined a dream-team of national chefs and great L.A. restaurants at Culver Sutdios on Sunday.
  36. Empire Building
    The Jedi Returns To L.A.: Jonathan Waxman Looking For Restaurant SpaceNone other than former boss Michael McCarty starts a rumor that Waxman misses his friends and produce in California.
  37. Slideshow
    Bird’s-Eye View: New York’s Five Best Roast ChickensA roundup of the city’s best birds.
  38. User Reviews
    User Reviews: Get Your ‘Mind Blown’ at BarbutoPlus: Pulino’s volume problem, and where the best seats are at Il Buco.
  39. Neighborhood Watch
    Fergus Henderson Cooks at Barbuto; ‘Momofuku Meets Chipotle’ OpeningPlus: Pinch and S’Mac are closed for renovations, and Nanoosh Hummus Bar is set to open May 12, in our roundup of daily neighborhood news.
  40. James Beard Awards
    SF’s Beard Nominees Get Tanked on Rosé at BarbutoThe gang was all on hand yesterday, having a group dinner at Jonathan Waxman’s meatpacking district home.
  41. Celebrity Settings
    Katie Couric Tastes Tao; Taylor Momsen Eats Noodles on St. MarksYour weekly guide to where the pretty people have been eating.
  42. VideoFeed
    Rachael Ray Remakes Barbuto for a NightWhen Rachael Ray and Bill Clinton take over Barbuto, what can the results be?
  43. Mediavore
    Clinton and Ray Team Up for Fund-raiser; What Lidia Served the PopeThe former president and America’s first lady of home cooking are putting on a fund-raiser together, Pinkberry isn’t as “all natural” as you’d like it to be, and a recipe for a season-appropriate dish served to Pope Benedict XVI last week.
  44. NewsFeed
    Jonathan Waxman Is So Over Farm ChickensJonathan Waxman can be said to have risen to stardom on the wings of chickens, and his culinary familiar has not abandoned him yet. Barbuto, the chef’s New York restaurant, received a one-star review from Frank Bruni this week, and, as at his eighties star vehicle, Jams, the chicken was the center of attention. We talked to him about poultry, serving Bell & Evans chicken, and just how much poulet de bresse costs.
  45. The Other Critics
    Barbuto Saved by a Chicken; Fiamma Comes Up ShortThe wildly uneven Barbuto earns a single star from Frank Bruni, almost entirely on the strength of a well-roasted Bell & Evans chicken. To quote Winston Churchill, “Some chicken!” [NYT] Alan Richman was appalled by how small the portions were at Grayz, how much they cost, and how shady most of them were, except for the magnificent, world-beating short rib: “In complexity and satisfaction, this dish reminded me most of the Gray Kunz of Lespinasse, the chef we miss so much.” [Bloomberg] Randall Lane gets that Fiamma’s Fabio Trachocchi is cooking in a grand, Continental style and doesn’t hold that against him, but the food is too rich and the service too sloppy to give him the five or six stars the place would have liked And so they have to settle for four. [TONY]
  46. NewsFeed
    Jonathan Waxman to Open a New Barbuto UptownBarbuto, Jonathan Waxman’s Haute Barnyard outpost in the Far West Village, has always been a restaurant noted as much for its unique space as for its menu. That might not be the case for the new Barbuto, which we hear is planned for next year in the Columbus Circle area. The Susan Magrino Agency, which handles Barbuto’s PR, wouldn’t proffer any details just yet but confirmed that the restaurant had a target opening date of September 2008.
  47. NewsFeed
    Chef Centerfold Calendar Ready for 2008 We just got our copy of the Gourmet Institute calendar, and though we expected it to be pretty good (the pictures are by My Last Supper author Melanie Dunea), it turns out to be almost surreal. Dunea really gets the the absurdity of chef glamour shots, but rather than try to tone down the portraits, she folds her insight back into the photograph. The pictures are so high-concept that they transcend their original food-porn purposes. Brilliant! The calendar, which helps to support City Meals on Wheels, features twelve big-shot chefs in her signature style, and includes such awesome shots as Maremma’s Cesare Casella in a cowboy suit, looking like a tough Tuscan sheriff of the plains; Esca’s David Pasternack, looking totally looped, pouring liquor into the mouth of his fish companion; and Barbuto’s Jonathan Waxman, throwing what we hope is flour around in a gleeful, Tony Montana–like spree. The Chefs of the Gourmet Institute 2008 Calendar Related: Eating the Last Supper
  48. Openings
    Five Points Owners to Transform Provence (But Still Serve Bouillabaisse)It’s always a sad day for Francophiles and nostalgists when yet another beloved old-school French restaurant shutters its doors, but in the case of Provence — which served its last bowl of bouillabaisse on Saturday — it could be a lot worse. Vicki Freeman and Marc Meyer, the owners of Cookshop and Five Points, have taken over the space with plans to completely gut the kitchen, redo the dining room, put in a raw bar, and reopen by January as — guess what? — a nice French restaurant called Provence.