Some stayed until sunrise.
"This is very much a test why not take it on the road?"
Some of New York's most prominent chefs discuss what they think could be done to help restaurants and diners better understand the Department's sometimes-arcane rules.
The high-school dropout put French fine-dining on the map in New York.
The attacker broke his glasses.
This is going to get awkward.
It was just like "losing a girlfriend."
The chef has left the Upper West Side kitchen after seven months.
"We call him the pizza nazi because it's his way or the highway."
The chef wore Carolina Herrera.
"This is going to be a really aggressive year of capital-building for the foundation."
He'd rather see a smoking ban than a Champagne ban.
“It is heart-breaking. Kerry is the kindest, gentlest soul. This is beyond unfair.”
Meyer's rift with René Redzepi almost destroyed the restaurant.
A 'Time' editor explains, sort of, why the magazine's "Gods of Food" issue didn't include more women.
He moved on to Chiang Mai curries from there.
Bloomfield says she's been living out of her suitcase in San Francisco.
The chef says he's into the idea of opening restaurants on college campuses.
He's got a lot going on.