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.
Carbone and the Musket Room are new Michelin-star holders.
Williamsburg, so much to answer for.
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."
He's not a celebrity chef and doesn't ever want to be one.
The Chef's Table at Brooklyn Fare will get a sister restaurant.
Our critic says the food at the two-Michelin-star Chef's Table is incredible, but the setting leaves much to be desired.
The chef says he didn't get upset when a writer violated the restaurant's no note-taking policy.
César Ramirez's pricey prix-fixe dinners pull in a seriously big award.
César Ramirez beefs up his formerly twelve-seat dining room.
Liebrandt taught the Bar Blanc chef the art of "boldness and arrogance."
Chef César Ramirez will not expand Brooklyn Fare into a stand-alone restaurant next door.
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