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.
That's really a lot of money.
Open a restaurant in a market and health grades won't be an issue.
If you want to bring your own to these costly restaurants, it's going to (predictably) cost you some more.
We called every nice place we could think of and got the definitive list of who does, and (more importantly) doesn't, allow crying kids into their dining rooms.
Phoebe Damrosch lays some ground rules for the latest restaurant-dining irritant.
Plus: Sietsema disappointed by Hofbrau Bierhaus, Greene revisits Red Rooster, and more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.