Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare might move to 37th Street.
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The three Michelin-starred restaurant is the target of a lawyer who routinely goes after high-profile places.
The original Brooklyn location will close while César Ramirez concentrates on the new location.
Williamsburg, so much to answer for.
Including Per Se, Next, and Chez Panisse.
"It's some kind of walnut-y, vinaigrette-y, thyme-y thing and it's f-cking awesome."
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Four hours of oppression at Blanca.
Although there's plenty to go around, "guests are also invited to bring a magnum (or two) from their cellars to share."
Chefs sharpen their knives and save their barbs.
Things get sour when it comes to "the delayed-bread power play."
The Hell's Kitchen building that will house the restaurant/grocer is leasing fast.
"I stopped doing dope in the nineties, but I've had to eat sweets at 4 or 5 a.m. ever since."
Richman luvs Ramirez.
Now maybe we'll finally be able to get a reservation?
Toting his own bottles proved to be quite stressful.
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He's not a celebrity chef and doesn't ever want to be one.
Heartbreak gets a star, others get heartbreak.