The former flight attendant and her husband ate recipes prepared from the chefs’ new cookbook.
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But we miss the focus and intimacy of the mother ship.
Uni, uni, uni.
Pumpkin puppy chow, parsnip cake, and a beer sundae.
Williamsburg, so much to answer for.
"Normally, I would stuff my face with pain aux chocolats or crepes ... but dinosaurs, even French ones, didn’t have much in the way of dough."
They'll be plating on Court Street in no time.
Plus: Nitehawk Cinema's 'Army of Darkness' dinner, and more, in today's Leftovers.
Are the guys looking into a spot on the next block over?
Forget Restaurant Week, it's Fashion Week for chefs.
How ‘Tyrannical’ Are Fine-Dining Restaurants Really? New York’s Tasting Menus Ranked by Time, Courses, and Cost
Four hours of oppression at Blanca.
Everything you'd need to get by, and get dinner, in 2013.
Rumors of a new restaurant are at least slightly exaggerated.
Plus: Tejal Rao hits Pig & Khao, Robert Sietsema finds a new Curry Hill standout, and lots more in our weekly roundup of the city's critical eaters.
A reporter tests the lines at some of the city's busiest no-reservation restaurants.
Oops! A bookseller released the guides early.
Not a lot of surprises here.
Plus, Ryan Sutton is won over at Gwynnett St., Jay Cheshes take on two sandwich shops, and more of this week's restaurant reviews.