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A first look at the Murray Hill pub's new West Village location.
"New York is electric. Everything goes so fast. It makes me dizzy. Customers are always moving. San Francisco customers always stay the same." — Café de la Presse chef and practicing Buddhist Laurent Manrique, on his possible bi-coastal move and...
Plus: Popsicles at the Greenmarket, and Sunday suppers at Country, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
He'll be working with Govind Armstrong and focusing on in-house cures and new marination techniques.
Country’s chefs start to bail and the grotesque cost of lunch at Ko, in today’s neighborhood food news.
Hill Country will be one of the food vendors when Madison Square Park screens U.S. Open matches.
Plus haute dishes inspired by junk food, McDonald's makes money off the weak economy, and more, in our morning news roundup.
This time the flies were gone.
If it's not vacuum bags, it's flies, and a score just high enough to keep the place closed another day.
Zakarian tries to fight city hall to get open by tonight.
Gail Simmons, Geoffrey Zakarian, and Zak Pelaccio all are alive and well.
Multicourse Haute Barnyard is out upstairs, and wood-fired steaks are in.
Not until recently have the city’s mixologists been giving frozen water the attention it deserves. A look inside the freezer reveals everything from perfect spheres to raspberry ice to 8" spikes.
“We've changed everything,” says Willis Loughhead, the new chef at Country.