Sources say the chef has been seen "in and out" of the Spring Street building.
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The team behind Bagatelle in the meatpacking and Pacri in St. Barts fully open their triple-threat venue.
Plus, the meatpacking's new Italian megaplex scores Fabio Trabocchi.
Fabio Trabocchi's replacements have finally been announced.
Why did the chef part ways with The Four Seasons?
Plus: a stabbing at China Club, all in our morning news roundup.
The former The Four Seasons chef may be headed back to D.C.
The well-regarded chef is out after three months.
It's a fabulous day to be a Fabio.
The former Fiamma chef won't confirm — or deny — a new gig.
The newly homeless Fiamma chef predicts 40 percent drop-offs in business, more high-profile closings, and less freedom for chefs.
Fiamma is so not like a French poodle in a Prada scarf, and Park Slope's newest burger bar, in today's neighborhood food news.
A few blocks away from Florent Italian chefs said their own good-byes.
Fabio Trabocchi has been making handmade pasta on his chitarra for over twenty years.
New York may have gotten short shrift on San Pallegrino’s list of the world’s best restaurants, but on the just-released 'Food & Wine' "Go List" of the World’s Best Places to Eat, we rank number three, behind Tokyo and Paris.
Robuchon in the house, frozen drinks at the Rusty Knot, and a Web page for Di Fara.