The project will come in at almost 9,000 square feet.
It's lignonberry jam time.
1983 called. It wants its quarters back.
Bring on the quinoa, and the liquor.
"You'll hear about it in a few weeks," he says.
Yes, that is a burger in the $20 range.
A flurry of activity at the address is certainly good news.
They restaurateurs are Financial District-bound.
Candidates must be disciplined, too.
At 10,000 square feet, it's farm-to-table with a really big table.
You can see a preview, starting today.
Thirty-five years after blazing a fine-dining trail downtown with Chanterelle, David Waltuck will open élan this summer.
It's going to be the kewlest kasino steakhouse around.
It'll have a "subdued, seasonal, mostly vegetarian menu."
The 600-seat food court on steroids is made up of 14 all-star vendors.
They're serving poutine.
At the Hunt and Fish Club, service "transcends the stiff formalities of traditional steakhouses."
Expect a Kickstarter campaign soon.
Owners Emily and Melissa Elsen plan to open a 3,000-square-foot mixed use facility in August.