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Chelsea Market

  1. coming soon
    Queens’ Best Thai Restaurant Will Expand to ManhattanAyada will open a second location in the Chelsea Market this fall.
  2. empire building
    Why Chelsea Market Could Soon Become a Global ChainExpect at least two new locations to be announced before the end of the year.
  3. Google Is Set to Buy Chelsea Market for More Than $2 BillionDon’t worry: All of the amazing food vendors should be able to stay put.
  4. Openings
    Hummus Sensation Dizengoff Will Open in New York Next WeekHere’s your first look inside the new spot inside Chelsea Market.
  5. Coming Soon
    What to Expect at Dizengoff NYCHot bread, pedigree hummus, and toppings like lamb neck and rhubarb.
  6. Openings
    Sesame Seeds Star at Chelsea Market’s New Seed + MillThe halva specialist serves up tahini ice cream and “chalva” panini.
  7. Openings
    What to Eat at Corkbuzz’s New Chelsea Market OutpostA second location of Laura Maniec’s wine bar.
  8. Leftovers
    Breakfast Spaghetti at Bar Primi; Corkbuzz to Open in Chelsea Market Next WeekToday’s Leftovers.
  9. Leftovers
    Mardi Gras at DBGB; Chelsea Market’s Sunday SupperPlus: Corkbuzz events, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  10. Leftovers
    Owen Clark’s Night at Contra; Han Dynasty Gets a Zero-Star ReviewPlus: NYChiliFest, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. The Grub Street Diet
    Model Elettra Wiedemann Makes Crazy Breakfast Sandwiches, Never Refuses Birthday“My mom raised to me to think that it’s bad luck not to have at least one bite of someone’s birthday cake.”
  12. malls and markets
    ‘Food Box’ Market Opens in Long Island City’s Falchi BuildingThai, Jamaican, Texas, Peruvian, and fancy cheese — just don’t call it Queens’ version of Chelsea Market.
  13. Quest Explains It All
    Questlove Explains Closing Hybird on Facebook, Sort Of“I’m about nothing if I’m not about ideas.”
  14. Closings
    Questlove’s Hybird Closes in Chelsea MarketThe fried-drumstick stand has reportedly already cleared out of the space.
  15. Coming Soon
    Liddabit Sweets Opening in Chelsea MarketSalted beer caramels land on the west side.
  16. Openings
    What to Eat at Hybird, Questlove and Stephen Starr’s Fried-Chicken Spot inAlso serving dumplings and “Sexual Chocolate” cupcakes.
  17. Openings
    Num Pang Now Open in Chelsea MarketFeaturing two new sandwiches exclusive to the location.
  18. What to Eat
    What to Eat at the Lobster Place, Now Serving Oyster Po’ Boys and Beer inYou can get both sushi and a hot dog, too.
  19. Coming Soon
    Stephen Starr and Questlove Opening ‘Hybird’ in Chelsea MarketMaybe the second one will land in Philly.
  20. Leftovers
    Kin Shop Hosts Riesling Dinner; National Lobster Day FestivalsAnd more of today’s leftovers.
  21. Bigger
    After All That Drama, Chelsea Market Will ExpandThey won.
  22. Real Estate
    Chelsea Market Needs Bend If They Want to BuildYou scratch Christine Quinn’s back …
  23. Fights
    The High Line (Opportunistically) Has Chelsea Market’s BackThey’re friends with benefits.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    Kutsher’s Tribeca Begins Lunch Service; Eataly Hosts an Artisanal FoodsPlus: a new fast-food trifecta in the East Village, Blue Spot expands uptown, and more neighborhood news.
  25. Rumor Patrol
    Hotel Buddakan to Straddle Chelsea Market?Get the city some scorpion bowls, fast.
  26. Openings
    Italian Pasta Company to Open Restaurant at Chelsea MarketThe new restaurant will be part of the ever-expanding Chelsea Market.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Barbecue Benefit in Williamsburg; Surf and Turf Event at Chelsea MarketPlus: a healthy yogurt shop in Bushwick, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    Paella Parade at South Street Seaport; Mad Men Happy Hour in EastPlus: the Mixfits Royal Rumble, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Riverpark Begins Brunch Service; Best Sommelier Competition this WeekendPlus: Laurent Tourondel plans to open a new bistro, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  30. Reopenings
    People’s Pops Returns to Chelsea Market, Gives Away Shave IceThe frozen-pop enterprise is also back at the Brooklyn Flea and New Amsterdam Market.
  31. Neighborhood Watch
    Lavo Celebrates Girl Scouts; the Smith Serves East Village AlePlus: Ripert scans sushi for radiation, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  32. Empire Building
    Fatty DoingsThe latest in Zak Pelaccio’s world, including Fatty ‘Cue’s Manhattan debut.
  33. Pop-Ups
    Beard Foundation Brings Laurent Gras and Others to Chelsea Market Pop-UpJames Beard Award winners will cook at JBF LTD.
  34. Closings
    202 Closes This WeekendChelsea’s mixed-use shop and restaurant is done.
  35. Crime Scenes
    Cookie Pinchers and Loosie PushersA couple of local stories with James Weird appeal.
  36. The Grub Street Diet
    Alton Brown Makes His Own Avocado Ice Cream, Does Shots With John Hodgman“He whipped out a bottle of whiskey, I whipped out a bottle of whiskey. He whipped out some glasses, I whipped out some glasses. We sent an audience member to get ice.”
  37. Openings
    People’s Pops Gives Away Shave Ice at New Store TomorrowLocavore Popsicles hit Chelsea Market.
  38. Foodievents
    Southern Heavyweight Hugh Acheson Comes to New York, Into Your KitchenThe Beard-nominated Athens chef will be serving dinner, and publishing a cookbook.
  39. Celebrity Settings
    Jude Law Grateful for Sienna Miller, Scorsese Dines With StonePlus: Tobey Maguire, Lindsay Lohan, Anna Wintour, and more in our weekly roundup of bold-face dining.
  40. Mediavore
    Nobu Owner Melts Down; Date Night Goes CasualPlus: Foer inspires celebrity veganism, and the SLA gets speedy, all in our morning news roundup.
  41. Celebrity Settings
    Hugh Grant and Chris Noth Do Shots With Fans; Ralph Lauren Tours WilliamsburgAnd more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity diners.
  42. Meat Market
    Introducing the Green Label Burger?While building his retail store, Jake Dickson will sell local meats outside Chelsea Market.
  43. Foodievents
    Dinner With Some Out-of-TownersThe James Beard Foundation is corralling some top chefs, including Beard Award winners from elsewhere in America, to cook for a Sunday Supper.
  44. Mediavore
    The Decline of Chelsea Market; Café Boulud Turns TenPlus: shoes at Vesuvio Bakery, and a gluten-free cooking class, in our morning news roundup.
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Market Diner to Reopen; Gordon Ramsay Signing Books Tonight in MidtownGordo makes a live appearance, a beloved diner reopens, and a not-mildly-popular Chinese restaurant closes.
  46. Neighborhood Watch
    Pies-N-Thighs Will Survive in Williamsburg; Pastrami Queen Extends Reign toAstoria: Last-minute Valentine’s Day options from Joey. [Joey in Astoria] The Foodista’s include JJ’s Asian Fusion and Sushi Bar, which isn’t trying to do anything special for the holiday. [Foodista] Brooklyn Heights: The bartender at Jack the Horse Tavern, Maxwell Britten, created a timely cocktail called Love Lane, which combines Prosecco, harvest syrup, house-made brandy, poached cherries, and rose water. Ladies on the town tomorrow take note: It’s a sexy drink, and he’s pretty cute. [Vittles Vamp via Brooklyn Heights Blog] Chelsea: The owners of Pastrami Queen have opened a delicatessen in Chelsea Market called Friedman’s. [NYT] Clinton Hill: June reopens tonight after dealing with multiple break-ins. [Clinton Hill Blog] Little Italy: Gimme! Coffee has opened its first Manhattan outlet at 228 Mott Street between Prince and Spring streets. [NYS] Upper West Side: Ruby Foo’s new lunch plan includes free wi-fi. [Zagat] Williamsburg: Pies-N-Thighs seems to have already found a new home at 166 South 4th Street. [Eater]
  47. Celebrity Settings
    Momofuku, Freemans, Spotted Pig Honchos Break Bread With Stephen Starr Our favorite celebrity sighting of the week was, of course, Lindsay Lohan at Peter Luger on Tuesday night — that’s because we saw her with our own eyes. Of course, we can’t be everywhere and see everyone, so as usual we’ve combed the gossip columns for other stop-ins. We’re sorry we missed Tracy Morgan at the Plumm, shirtless and offering to father babies as usual, and boy do we wish we were a fly on the wall when partners Ken Friedman and Taavo Somer, along with David Chang, dined with Stephen Starr at Buddakan. Is there a Spotted Buddafuku in the works?
  48. NewsFeed
    NYC Chefs: Setaro Pasta Rules!Today marks the tenth anniversary of Chelsea Market, a place we would avoid if there were anyplace else to get Setaro pasta. The supremacy of the Campagnan product, sold only in Buonitalia at the market, is something we never stop hearing about: last night, Kevin Garcia of Accademia del Vino told us, “All the top chefs I know use it — it’s the pasta of choice, the best I’ve ever been able to find.” Mark Ladner of Del Posto, Jonathan Benno at Per Se, and any number of other food luminaries swear by the stuff. But why? Buonitalia co-owner Antonio Magliulo says, “This company, Setaro, is very small. They don’t produce a lot of pasta. And when they dry it, it’s at low temperatures, so it keeps the flavor and texture. The way it cooks, the bite that it keeps — it’s something special.”
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    Spanish Harlem’s Caminito in the Path of ‘Carlito’s Way’Chelsea: The owner of now-defunct French Oven in Chelsea Market has opened a bakery that, despite its name of Madeleine, actually specializes in macarons; there will be at least eighteen flavors by next week. [NYT] East Village: A wine bar with a garden, opening in Avalon Bowery Place, may foreshadow the successful outcome of plans to create a French-style pedestrian alley in the area. [Eater] Flushing: The Chinese food court J&L Mall has reopened now that Con Ed has turned the electricity back on. [Eat for Victory/VV] Harlem: The uptown outpost of Maroons is slated to open the end of September. [Uptown Flavor] Spanish Harlem: The space now filled by Argentine steakhouse Caminito (found in this week’s Openings) once housed a barbershop featured in the film Carlito’s Way. [NYS]
  50. Mediavore
    Activists to Have It Their Way at Burger King; Classic Kitchen PranksBurger King swears off cage eggs and inhumanely treated pork — although it will be a while before its suppliers can catch up with the new policy. [NYT] New York molecular gastronomy alert: Spanish neurologist-scientist-chef Dr. Miguel Sanchez Romera is scoping out NYC locations — must have greenhouse. [NYP] Cafe Fonduta’s ordeal with the Department of Health highlights the overall klutziness of the system. [NYO]
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