He's got a lot going on.
The restaurant dedicated to all things grilled and smoky is temporarily closed.
The chef says he's looking to open a new restaurant.
In a way, anyhow.
Students allege the celebrated chef "stole their art projects" and implored them to get Charlie Trotter tattoos.
The dream team sold out a gazillion restaurant seats in less than half the time it took you to read this sentence.
Levine claims his partner stole money from restaurants like Cocktail Bodega and Sons of Essex.
Becker spills the beans on his forthcoming Flatiron restaurant.
The former employee claims he was paid minimum wage, tips were withheld, and he was mistreated by the kitchen staff.
It's not really all that useful, but it's still cool.
"It made the skin on my nose blossom open like petals on a flower."
With so many high-profile chefs on hand, Grub Street surveyed the crowd to see what culinary trends would be big in the coming months.
And a scientific explanation why.
Can you smell what the awesome and elegant food magazine is cooking?
The cronut truth is out there.
From a legendary cooking school to Momofuku after dark.
Yes, the L'Arpège comic book also has recipes.
One restaurant, one house, $1 million worth of restaurant equipment.
He really is the hardest-working restaurateur in the industry.
The show's season-five cast will be announced today.