The small batch food vendor movement heads down I-95.
Danny Bowien's next project in New York City is just down the block from his first.
Everybody's about to get Fatty.
KFC eleven will specialize in flatbread sandwiches and rice bowls. Also, no chicken bones, ever.
Is this the Lena Dunham effect?
Noodle Bar is closing on Orchard Street this Sunday.
Mr. ShackBurger goes to Washington, again.
As the burger-and-custard shops turn into an international phenomenon, the group needs to avoid turning into just another burger chain in customers' minds.
The iconic restaurant is getting a second location after a mere 164 years.
Corporate chef Phil Kastel is a native of the city and is looking forward to returning back to his roots.
The gastro-pub sits a beautiful 1924 building, with the feel of a sophisticated Scotch bar.
She's 'just contemplating it' right now.
It will be mostly sandwiches, with some additions.
In addition to unadulterated lobster rolls, the crustacean concerns also offers crab and shrimp rolls, and chowders.
Kamil Majer's U.S. and Czech-inspired menus will remain the same.
There will be coffee and biscuits.
The burger chain announces, ahem, concrete expansion plans.
The first New York outpost of Philly's Sichuan hot spot is opening in July.
Roam Artisan Burgers, which just opened a second location on Upper Fillmore last year to join their three-year-old Marina flagship, announces this week that they're opening their third outpost in family-centric Lafayette, at 23 Lafayette Circle. No word on the...