Plus: Cream soda cocktails at BOBO, and more, in today's Leftovers.
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"As dinner progresses in the jammed, increasingly riotous space, however, the food at Rosemary’s takes a more prosaic turn."
New chef-partner Cedric Tovar has developed an all-new lineup.
Lots of movement in today's chef-o-verse: Eater learns that Bobo and chef Patrick Connolly have broken up in a mutual decision, with neither's next step seemingly planned yet. Let's hope this doesn't mean the restaurant is returning to the instability...
Plus: Nublu expats camp out at Lucky Cheng's, plans for a vegan bodega, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Plus: a healthy yogurt shop in Bushwick, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Roof-to-table dining coming in the next nine months?
The Beatrice Inn finally has a new tenant, and more news from last night's CB2 meeting.
Plus: Aquavit's seafood special, and 5 & Diamond hosts a Portuguese dinner, all in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
Meanwhile, the Boom Boom Room and Le Bain are trying to become even more exclusive.
Plus: manly steaks at Smith & Wollensky and plate-licking goodness at Sorella, in our weekly roundup of the best restaurant user reviews.
Bobo chef Patrick Connolly teams up with the oyster supplier for Le Bernardin and Gramercy Tavern
Plus: A burger joint for Carroll Gardens and Southern Hospitality hails Fleet Week, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus: Tequila shots for moms at Rodeo Bar in Gramercy, and a lecture on stir-fry at the Museum of Chinese in America in Soho, all in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
Plus: Muscle Maker Grill opens in Tribeca, and a benefit auction for Foundation Rwanda, in our roundup of daily neighborhood news.
Plus: Bobo hosts a holiday fund-raiser for Brooklyn Grange rooftop farm, and more, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
"Out of the kindness of their heart, they sent out a little dessert, too, which I really need like a hole in the head."
Because the money to build wells in Ethiopia doesn't grow on trees.