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One Simple Stat Explains Why It’s So Hard for Restaurants to Eliminate Tips
The difference in pay for servers at one popular New York restaurant is shocking.
Inside Norman, the Nordic-Inspired Café From Fredrik Berselius and Claus Meyer
The hyperseasonal, locally-sourced, made-from-scratch restaurant opens next week in Greenpoint.
Great Northern Food Hall’s Øllebrød Might Be the Fanciest Porridge Ever
A traditional Danish specialty dressed up for New York diners with frothy milk foam, sea buckthorn berries, and tarragon sugar.
A Noma Co-founder’s Next Project Is in One of Brooklyn’s Poorest Neighborhoods
Claus Meyer hopes to mentor people and act as a “social philanthropist.”
Agern Serves Not-So-New Nordic Fare, But It’s a Top-notch Train-Station Refuge
At Claus Meyer’s Grand Central restaurant, the Scandi-style cooking feels slightly dated.
Noma Co-founder’s Nordic Food Hall Opens in Grand Central
You’ve never seen so much rye bread.
How the Co-founder of Noma Is Building His Legacy in New York
“New York doesn’t embrace chefs who come here without going all in,” says Claus Meyer.
Noma Co-Founder Claus Meyer’s Agern Opens Next Week at Grand Central Terminal
Chef Gunnar Gíslason’s menu is inspired by locally foraged plants and Nordic cooking techniques.
A Noma Founder Has Opened a Bakery Pop-up in Williamsburg
On Saturdays, Claus Meyer makes rugbrød, Danishes, and cinnamon buns.
Noma Co-Founder Working on Giant Nordic Food Hall for Grand Central
It’s lignonberry jam time.
The Newer Nordic
Noma Co-founder Claus Meyer Planning ‘Nordic Food Emporium’ for NYC
Meyer’s rift with René Redzepi almost destroyed the restaurant.