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Dan Silverman

  1. Leftovers
    Carvel’s 80-Cent Cone Celebration; Ridley Scott Plans a Marco Pierre WhiteToday’s Leftovers.
  2. Coming Soon
    Sant Ambroeus Restaurateurs’ Loews Revamp Called Regency Bar & GrillThe focus is now American, not Italian.
  3. New Hire
    Dan Silverman Leaves the Standard, Named Chef at Loews Regency HotelThe Regency dining room is getting a new name, too.
  4. Stayin' Alive
    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Union Square Café, Now 25Recapping the restaurant’s 25th-anniversary coverage.
  5. Slideshow
    A Closer Look at the Standard Grill, Opening for Dinner on MondayThe new André Balazs restaurant will serve till 4 a.m.
  6. The Great Outdoors
    Standard’s Patio Offers Bites From the Restaurant, Opening June 15You can currently enjoy an alfresco preview of Dan Silverman’s “American bistro.”
  7. Beef
    Former Lever House Chef Defends His BurgerSilverman has been using LaFrieda for years!
  8. Back of the House
    Dan Silverman Out at Lever House, But Who’s In?Dan Silverman leaves Lever House, and rumor puts Scott Bryan in the kitchen.
  9. NewsFeed
    Chefs Curse, Bless New Michelin Guide At last night’s Bid Against Hunger, a benefit for restaurant charity group City Harvest, the champagne was flowing and the food was off the hook. But much of the event’s energy seemed to emanate from the chefs, who were abuzz over the announcement yesterday of the Michelin Guide’s new ratings. “Who knows what their inspectors are like?” asked one chef, who, fearing their wrath, refused to be quoted. “I don’t think they really get American restaurants.” The cooks who got some love from the red book were happy to talk. Eric Ripert of Le Bernardin, one of the city’s three three-star restaurants (Jean Georges and Per Se are the others), was visibly psyched. “It was great news! We were a little bit worried, you know? But we’re definitely going to celebrate later, at the restaurant. Definitely.” (Later, a dinner from Ripert was auctioned off for $24,000.) We asked Lever House chef Dan Silverman, an especially clear-eyed observer of the restaurant scene, what he thought about the ratings. Were they fair? “I’m good with them, obviously,” he said. “We kept our star.”