Thirty-five years after blazing a fine-dining trail downtown with Chanterelle, David Waltuck will open élan this summer.
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It's opening this spring.
There likely won't be a lot of foraged mushrooms on the menu.
He's getting the band back together.
And ex-Chanterelle chef David Waltuck might be in the kitchen.
An "upscale, modern, and very interesting" project will open in December.
Decades after Mark Rothko refused to sell his paintings to The Four Seasons, the restaurant tries (unsuccessfully) to snag some reproductions.
The late, great restaurant's wine stock has been inherited by two restaurants.
Plus: A Japanese-beer tasting, and Soda Shop closes, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
What are Manhattan’s restaurateurs doing between restaurants?
Plus: a new home for Chanterelle's sommelier, and bankruptcy battles for Tavern on the Green, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: Carnival opens on October 10, and Gael Greene remembers Chanterelle circa '79, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus: Reintroducing oysters to Jamaica Bay, and another Frederick's closes, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
Café Boulud, Chanterelle, and others will take some time off at the end of summer.
The temple of fine dining continues to loosen up.
A cocktail lounge and an outdoor café join the Macao–Employees Only family.
How's Tom Colicchio's new cookbook doing, and do people really buy these things in general? We crunch the numbers.