"I'm so sick of everyone in Manhattan complaining about the way things used to be," he says.
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Two of the city's most iconic locations have just changed hands.
Plus: The Smith confirms plans for a third location, A-Pou's Taste Cart debuts another vendor, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
The Queen of the Meatpacking District doesn't like noise and attitude.
The meatpacking pioneer is not nostalgic and says we shouldn't be, either.
Time to indulge some culinary nostalgia.
Speaking about a new documentary, Florent Morellet lays hope to rest.
A look at the menu and the space.
Plus: Babycakes does baked doughnuts, and free tequila at Toloache, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
Plus: Starbucks is raising and lowering prices for different drinks, and the Hudson Valley is now a beer destination, all in our morning news roundup.
Plus: no plastic-bag tax for New Yorkers, and Swiss bankers and Italian food, all in our morning news roundup.
The bottle-and-brunch movement marches on.
Boxes were being carried out of the basement yesterday.
Plus: Tom Colicchio joins the lawsuit club, and the saddest restaurant closings of 2008, all in our morning news roundup.
But who will get the restaurant's coveted liquor license?
One month after taking over from Florent, R&L Restaurant is without booze, and without customers.
But how long will Joanne Lucas stay in the restaurant business?
Yesterday brought a new basement lounge. Today, a rooftop bar.