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George Mendes

  1. No One’s More Excited About Portugal’s Euro 2016 Win Than This ChefChef George Mendes went crazy at Lupulo.
  2. Restaurant Review
    At Lupulo, the Portuguese-Inspired Cooking Is Almost Too Good for the SettingIt’s ambitious food like this that makes you wish George Mendes had decided to open a slightly less expedient casual restaurant.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef George Mendes Eats Cured Ham on a Daily Basis“I’m obsessed with any cured pork product — period.”
  4. Openings
    Lupulo, George Mendes’s Ode to Portuguese Comfort Food, Will ServeIt opens in Chelsea tonight.
  5. Recipes
    Here Is Chef George Mendes’s Completely Over-the-Top Recipe for Duck RiceIt’s more of a weekend project kind of a thing.
  6. A Night Out
    Rock, Shrimp: Dinner With Interpol’s Daniel KesslerThe guitarist takes a break from promoting his band’s new album to spend some time at Aldea with Grub Street.
  7. Foodievents
    StarChefs 2014 Chefs Congress Will Feature Dan Barber, Juan Roca,The event takes place October 26-28.
  8. Interviews
    George Mendes and Daniel Patterson on Restaurant Milestones and the Appeal of“Once you get to be 5, it’s okay.”
  9. Foodievents
    George Mendes’s Mad. Sq. Eats Stall Sounds FantasticThey had us at sardines.
  10. Giveaways
    We Have Our Winners for the Saveur Summer BBQ Tickets Giveaway“It made the skin on my nose blossom open like petals on a flower.”
  11. Giveaways
    We’re Giving Away Five Tickets to the Saveur BarbecueCan you smell what the awesome and elegant food magazine is cooking?
  12. Sandwiches
    George Mendes Makes a Sandy-Benefiting ‘Surf-and-Turf’ Sandwich forThe creation from Aleda’s chef is like a pork-and-clam banh mi.
  13. Other Magazines
    Food & Wine Launches Rotating-Chef Restaurant Concept in AspenAnd PDT’s Peter Meehan will do the drinks.
  14. Leftovers
    Alewife’s Soup Dumpling Meatballs; Free Salad Tomorrow at FlatironPlus: L’Asso debuts a pizza photo exhibition, Salume’s Times Square kiosk undergoes renovations, and more neighborhood news.
  15. Contests
    Win a Copy of Notes From a Kitchen (Updated)Grub has a copy of the cookbook/photo album/scrapbook to give away to a reader who most impresses us with a tale of culinary passion.
  16. Actually Pretty Awesome
    Actually Pretty Awesome: George Mendes’s Partridge in a Pear TreeThis was from his guest chef stint at Meadowood for the Twelve Days of Christmas.
  17. Teamwork
    Sean Brock Gallops Into Aldea AgainThe celebrated Charleston chef will co-cook with Georges Mendes on December 5.
  18. Foodievents
    Sean Brock, George Mendes Among Meadowood’s Christmas LineupThe Twelve Days of Christmas, as always, closes with a meal by executive chef Christopher Kostow.
  19. Handsomeness
    George Mendes Votes George Clooney to Replace Sam SiftonBut hiding his face would be such a shame.
  20. Dramatic Eating
    Is George Mendes the New Nathan Lane?Forget ‘The Book of Mormon,’ go to the kitchen of Aldea.
  21. Interviews
    George Mendes on High-fiving With Ferran Adrià, and Other Memories of“His presence alone, and the intensity of being in his kitchen — it’s enough. No one works well when you tell them they’re a piece of sh-t all day.”
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    A Beer Tasting at the Union Square Greenmarket; Sangria Sundays at AnforaPlus: Mystique’s mysterious facade revealed in the Lower East Side, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  23. Awards
    Newly Crowned Best New Chef Josh Skenes ‘Had a Complete Blast’ inThe Saison chef threw back some Irish Car Bombs with George Mendes.
  24. Foodievents
    Laiskonis, Iuzzini Get Behind the Stove at AldeaThe latest Aldea guest-chef dinner features pastry chefs cooking savory.
  25. Mediavore
    A Big Birthday for Guinness; Tavern on the Green Won’t Be Done for a WhilePlus: Legal troubles for David Bouley, and a Trader Joe’s for Chelsea, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Mediavore
    No Chilean Salmon Until 2011; Scores Solicits Heidi MontagPlus: Jack the Horse gets protested, and Stella D’oro to shutter, all in our morning news roundup.
  27. Openings
    First Look at George Mendes’s AldeaAnd take a look at the menu.
  28. Previews
    Iuzzini and Mendes Offer Tapas and TipplesAn early preview of their new projects.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Tapas to Settle Into Chelsea and WilliamsburgWhen a Bouley alum will bring Portuguese meals to Chelsea, and where to find an American Kobe Tomahawk rib eye, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  30. NewsFeed
    James Beard Awards Justify Excessive After-PartiesNew York’s chefs threw their hands in the air and waved them like they just didn’t care.
  31. NewsFeed
    George Mendes Finally Finds a Space for His Solo RestaurantGeorge Mendes will open his new eater on 17th Street, near Fifth Avenue.
  32. Foodievents
    Liebrandt Previews New Restaurant at Autism BenefitLast Night’s “Autism Speaks to Wall Street” gala at Capitale was a power scene, all right; any event where tables cost up to $100,000 and Bob Wright is there making small talk has clearly left the foodies behind. Which is a shame, because the level of the food was magnificent. The gala’s format called for chefs who had been previously “bought” at auction to cook a dinner right there at the table: Thus, Eric Ripert cooked at an oven right next to Wylie Dufresne, Michael Psilakis next to Larry Forgione, who was next to Chris Lee of Gilt, and so on. The tables were close enough to allow tasting and trading, had anyone been interested in doing so (it didn’t look like they were). Maybe Darrell Hammond’s painfully unfunny routine at the evening’s start put off their appetites. Or maybe it was just all the deal-making.
  33. NewsFeed
    George Mendes Holds Down the Wallsé Fort Until Help ArrivesHaving heard and read reports on Eater that the chefs at both of Kurt Gutenbrunner’s restaurants had quit, we were on the trail of something juicy. Apparently, it isn’t to be had. Gutenbrunner tells us that there are perfectly good explanations for the simultaneous departure of Mattias Froeschl from Wallsé and Martin Pirker from Blaue Gans. “I see it as a positive,” the chef says. “People need experience, and now they will have more.” Froeschel is moving to California with his new wife, and Pirker back to Austria to take over his family business. New chefs are on the way at both restaurants, but in the meantime Guttenbrunner is getting a helping hand from George Mendes, the former Tocqueville chef whose solo restaurant has been delayed longer than the Chinese space program. Guttenbrunner hasn’t revealed the ID of his new chefs yet, but we’ll let you know when we hear. Update: Word comes from Kurt Guttenbrunner: The new chef at Wallsé will be Alex Roesch, from the two-star Michelin restaurant Tantris in Munich, who’s coming in January. Conny Quehenberger has been promoted at Blaue Gans and is currently running the kitchen there.
  34. NewsFeed
    Tocqueville’s Mendes Opening Own Restaurant, Which Is NiceWe’ve learned that George Mendes, the very visible chef de cuisine at Tocqueville, is finalizing the lease on a restaurant space. Mendes tell us that his new place will be “gastronomically serious” but “modern, casual, and hip.” No other details yet, but the guy is an imaginative young chef — one to keep an eye on. Tocqueville, meanwhile, is still going strong in its new space at 1 East 15th Street; executive chef Marco Moreira will be converting the old room at 15 East 15th Street into a modern Japanese restaurant.