Chef cameos can be fun, but they can also be an effective tool for recruiting and maintaining a talented staff.
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Per Se's executive sous-chef is leading the charge.
The closest we had gotten previously was sixth place.
Don't call it a pop-up.
April Bloomfield, David Chang, Wylie Dufresne, Mario Carbone, Alex Stupak, and others have a few things to tell you.
Reservations for January go up for grabs beginning December 15.
Only one chef sipped crème anglaise straight from a Brandy snifter every morning to treat hangovers.
His long-running show is over, so now he's ready to cuddle?
A staff dinner with the celebrity chef who hates celebrity.
The British chef has at least three more projects in the pipeline, too.
They're just a couple of guys seeing the sights, playing some mini golf.
"There'll be no more Donkey Sauce in Times Square in around two minutes."
It's Batali's "love letter to New York City."
The class size may eventually grow to include 500 restaurant employees.
It's all about dealing with pressure.
But what about the cheesecake lollipop trees?
Thirty-five years after blazing a fine-dining trail downtown with Chanterelle, David Waltuck will open élan this summer.
The shop, underneath the chef's barbecue restaurant, has since reopened.
Waxman and Mullen will open restaurants in New York while Colicchio is heading to Miami Beach.