Three pints of Nonna D’s ice cream meets one Salty Honey pie on equally delicious terms.
The nomadic, Brooklyn-based operation now has a permanent home.
The general philosophy is that brunch shouldn't be excluded to weekends.
"It was really just about finding out voice and our rhythm again. The climate of the industry is really intense and competitive and nasty, and there are a lot of jabs."
Prepare for Cabot Clothbound cheddar and country-ham bánh mì at Foster Sundry.
The masked duo has hit four places so far.
The menu is playful: tater tots, a smoked bluefish party dip, and cocktails named after movie sequels.
"The easiest way to get a target on your back is to be a pioneer in anything."
"Some restaurants will put your name on the wall. We'll just give you the wall."
The news comes less than a month after nearby restaurant Do or Dine unexpectedly shuttered.
Adam Platt checks out a collection of spots that are rethinking the ancient wine-bar template.
Hard Times Sundaes has found a new parking spot.
Wash down all that beer with chicken biscuits and braised bratwurst.
Dirt Candy, the Clocktower, Maman, and more.
The Brooklyn restaurant, co-owned by 'Food Network Star' winner Justin Warner, is "closed for the foreseeable future."
Riverdel will open in Prospect Heights in October.
It's from the duo behind Nolita's popular Mother's Ruin.
The first exhibition is called "Flavor: Making It and Faking It."
"It was getting out of hand. I was a grown man, 25 years old, and I was eating cereal all the time."
Tickets for the October event go on sale today.