A closer look at Marco Canora's new menu.
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It celebrates all things "dark and lovely."
It's called Beetle House.
The bar serves its last shots this Sunday.
"We're hanging it up while we still have the buttons on our pants."
Following chef Mads Refslund's departure, the food is much simpler.
Marco Canora has added rye-berry risotto, smoked Spanish mackerel, and other lighter dishes.
To the former Alder space, specifically.
It opens on Monday, October 12.
How about corn-bread ice cream, cornflake crunch, and blueberry compote, stuffed inside toasted brioche?
"New ideas fly through the kitchen so quickly, you can almost hear them buzz by."
Nearly five months after the Second Avenue explosion, the East Village institution is serving potato pancakes once again.
The gas is on at the beloved East Village spot, which has been closed since March.
Like pasta with smoked bone marrow and clams, and fluke with uni and mulberries.
The owner of the East Village restaurant says he may finally be open again as early as next week.
The East Village market is like a pint-size, south-of-the-border Bklyn Larder.
Come September, the influential chef will be without a restaurant for the first time in 12 years.
Coconut-ginger and chai are going on the menu tomorrow.
Marc Meyer’s riff is less taco and more frico, with lacy shards of baked cheese.
There's strawberry sorbet, a broccoli salad, and a vegetarian Sloppy Joe.