Owner Harold Moore is citing a legal struggle with his landlord.
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We’ve decided to take stock of some of New York’s old-time iconic foodstuffs like bagels, bialys, pike quenelles, and baked Alaskas.
American Cut, Quality Italian, and Carbone are pushing prices ever upward.
Now you can buy mystery meat at a few downtown restaurants!
A protest is planned for this evening.
Plus: Ryan Phillippe kicks back at Greenhouse, Dustin Hoffman goes at Bocca di Bacco, and more in our weekly recap of celebrity sightings.
Plus: Tyra Banks brunches at Commerce, Harold Ford Jr. campaigns at Ritorante San Pietro, and more in our weekly roundup of boldface dining.
Plus: a food tour of Hell's Kitchen, and diabetics honor Tom Valenti, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
As if contending with cash-only restaurants weren't annoying enough ...
Plus: Leo hits up Burger Joint and Ivanka Trump goes downtown for dinner at Frank, in our weekly roundup of where the pretty people are...
Plus, doughnuts lend credence to Jack Donaghy’s statement that New York is off cupcakes.
The 'Times' lays two stars on Eighty One, the Harrison gets a rave from 'Time Out New York,' and Restaurant Girl didn't have such a hot time at Ago.
Ko isn't really all that to one critic, Benoit gets off with a bang, and Commerce takes a one-star hit from Frank Bruni this week.
Platt goes on a fugu hunt in Japan, the Robs tell of a spate of Village openings, and Commerce gets reviewed in this week's issue.
A $100,000 oven does more than just cook chickens at Commerce.
Mia Dona gets an appreciative two stars from Frank Bruni, it's good but not great reviews for Merkato 55, and it's three stars for Adour from Moira Hodgson
In this week's magazine: Platt on Eighty One, De Niro’'s new restaurant opens, and Starbucks's problems are solved.
Mas love for Mas from Frank Bruni, differing views of Mia Dona, and a review of Commerce that will make you lose your appetite.