Sure, David Chan looks a hell of a lot like David Chang, but the food world has been strangely mum about the closest resemblance of all — between Spotted Pig honcho Ken Friedman and spotted-pig hunter Meriwether Lewis.
David Chang has a doppelgänger named David Chan. Or is it the other way around?
Elvis Costello's new album isn't named for the noodle bar.
Peter Meehan leaves the 'Times' and his cheap-eats column.
Classic French food is back, says the 'Times.' So just what is the spirit of the age right now, anyway?
Chef Michael Anthony is the latest to be featured in the Plate List on 'Dateline.'
David Chang supports other East Village restaurants, Suzy Wong's sleazy and cute, delicious cookies all over town.
The Box impresario goes from posing in Esquire to the Times Magazine. A model to watch?
Tina Wong, of the Wandering Eater, walks you through a dinner at Ko, and she tries her level best not to get carried away.
We spoke to a number of food-world luminaries, several of whom will be voting in this year's James Beard Awards, and asked for their picks for Outstanding Chef NYC.
Bloomberg won't let a little thing like community opposition stop him, David Bouley likes France as much as Japan, and Florent gets an offer to move to a new space.
If being the subject of a New Yorker profile (or an Esquire fashion spread) is not heady enough, how about an album named after your restaurant?