The name is TBA, and he's aiming for spring.
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Northern Italian on the Upper East Side.
He had to bow out of his demo at Flavor! Napa Valley as a result.
He's on the hunt for 100-seat-locations downtown or on the waterfront.
Also, Michael Chiarello's favorite English muffins are available by mail order.
Bottega's added a new private dining area and a new pasta kitchen; Coi is expanding their dining room and doing away with the lounge menu.
The Napa-based celebrity chef gets the Sunday 'Chron' treatment.
The celebrity chef unveils his new cookbook, featuring recipes from Napa Valley restaurant Bottega.
In this weekend's T mag in the Times, there's a wholly un-noteworthy list of six places to try out in Yountville, including the French Laundry, Bottega, and Ad Hoc. Great work, guys. [NYT]...
Katie Lee and a mystery beau, not to mention Christy Turlington and Ed Burns, all drop in on Napa; Luke Wilson eats at Slanted Door.
Whether at a counter facing the kitchen or at a traditional chef's table, more restaurants are featuring special menus for just a small number of diners.
It's been quite a good year for Michael Chiarello, and he's celebrating with a white truffle dinner.
If you eat at Bottega tonight, your photo may wind up in the cookbook.
Nopalito is the only San Francisco restaurant to make the list.
Readers call Danko most popular and best food, but report spending cutbacks in general.