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Gotham Bar And Grill

  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Tuna Tartare in New YorkIt’s the ultimate example of late-’80s dining, but brave chefs are dusting it off and giving the dish new life.
  2. listen
    The Comforting, Celebratory Joy of Proper DiningFor the season-one finale of the Grub Street Podcast, the team heads to one of Adam Platt’s all-time favorite restaurants.
  3. Grub Guides
    Truffles of the Greenmarket: 12 Morel Dishes to Try Right Now in New YorkMaison Premiere, Locanda Verde, and more.
  4. Leftovers
    Gotham Bar and Grill’s Birthday Celebration With Thomas Keller, DanielPlus: extended weekend hours at Littleneck, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  5. Leftovers
    Owen Clark’s Night at Contra; Han Dynasty Gets a Zero-Star ReviewPlus: NYChiliFest, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  6. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Wells Praises Alder; Sutton Pans ABC CocinaPlus: Cuozzo goes on a reviewing rampage, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  7. Leftovers
    Jason Dady at City Grit; Gotham’s Vegetarian LunchPlus: crab boil at Ditch Plains, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  8. In the Field
    Ex-Manhattan Chefs Are Storming Rural Vermont“What you cook may be right in New York City, but maybe it doesn’t fit here.”
  9. Leftovers
    Amazon Launches Grocery Delivery in Los Angeles; Gotham’s GreenmarketPlus: The Summer of Riesling event series, in today’s Leftovers.
  10. Leftovers
    Blue Smoke’s Beer Pairings; Fedora’s Throwback DinnerPlus: New cocktails at Gotham, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. Grub Guides
    Spring Luxury: 20 Spots Serving Outstanding Morel Mushroom DishesMarietta, Colonie, and ABC Cocina are all serving the wild, seasonal ‘shroom.
  12. Leftovers
    Tickets on Sale for 3rd Annual Tasting Brooklyn; The Living Room Will SurvivePlus: Boukiés unveils new menus, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  13. Leftovers
    Nitehawk’s Oscar Menu; Marea’s Now Serving Saturday LunchPlus: New sandwiches at ‘wichcraft, Danny Meyer’s wine auction, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  14. Celebrity Settings
    Anne Hathaway Talks Nuptials at La Esquina; Jessica Simpson Teeters Into MarblePlus: Charlize Theron wipes out at Cipriani Wall Street, Regis celebrates his final sign off with lunch at Atlantic Grill, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  15. I Do
    So, What Does a Great Chef Serve at His Wedding?Here’s to a love as timeless as your restaurants.
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    The Cardinal Will Serve Southern Barbecue in East Village; New Brunch Items FromPlus: new Sam Bahri’s Steakhouse on Sixth Avenue, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  17. The Other Critics
    Sifton Gives Three to Gotham Bar and Grill; Cuozzo Thinks La SilhouettePlus: Shockey let down by Spasso, and more, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  18. Lawsuits
    Gotham 50 Changes Name After Gotham Bar & Grill’s ‘CulinaryA judge rules that Gotham Bar & Grill was right to send a cease and desist letter.
  19. Neighborhood Watch
    Martha Stewart Does a Pie Pop-up; Gotham Bar and Grill Reintroduces Its BurgerPlus: the Pan American temporarily closes for renovations, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  20. Neighborhood Watch
    Mimi’s Hummus Market Coming This Month; BYO to GothamPlus: Get the last Humm Dogs at PDT, and Marfa introduces BBQ specials, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  21. Lists
    SHO Shaun Hergatt Follows Michelin Star With Esquire HonorsA look at the magazine’s annual list of best new restaurants.
  22. The Food Chain
    Alfred Portale Falls For Bouchon’s Salmon RillettesGotham Bar and Grill chef-owner sings the praises of Bouchon’s preserved fish starter.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    A Voce Columbus Opening September 18; Chef Changes at GothamPlus: Motorino 2.0 is also opening in September, and a new chocolate shop is coming to Flatiron, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  24. The Food Chain
    Gotham’s Seafood Salad Gets Stuck in Tom Valenti’s CrawThe dish has been on the menu for twenty years.
  25. Mediavore
    Garden Cafe Shutters; The Olive Garden Is Why You’re FatPlus: no plastic-bag tax for New Yorkers, and Swiss bankers and Italian food, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Other Magazines
    More on the Coffee CrazeInside the latest issue of ‘Edible Manhattan.’
  27. Critical Mass
    Bread Lines Form at Num PangPlus, Martha Stewart jumps on the sandwich train.
  28. Menus
    Gotham Bar & Grill Serves Retro DishesThe old standby serves dishes from its storied past.
  29. Chef Shuffle
    Scott Bryan Takes Over at ApiaryThe former Veritas chef lands in the East Village.
  30. Mediavore
    ‘Daily Show’ Writer Sues Batali; Ex-Babbo Sommelier Cooks for YouPlus fancy new cooking at the Friars Club, chefs share their secrets for saving money on ingredients, and more, in our morning digest of food and gossip.
  31. Mediavore
    Charlie Trotter Details Emerge; Frank Bruni’s Cross-Country TripThe first details on Charlie Trotter’s still-unnamed restaurant on Madison Square Park emerge: It will have 80 seats as well as a bar and lounge. [NYT] Merkato 55 may be turning New Yorkers on to African cuisine, but there have been plenty of excellent, albeit under-the-radar, restaurants offering the continent’s cuisine for years. [TONY] Related: Merkato 55’s Most Popular Dish: Doro Wat The Modern’s new wine director, Belinda Chang, is the kind of sommelier we want to be someday: “I’m definitely obsessed with magnums. They’re so fun to pour!” [NYS]
  32. Mediavore
    David Lee Roth Is a Shitty Tipper; Alan Richman Out at BloombergThe Shitty Tipper Database on bitterwaitress.com keeps track of people like David Lee Roth, who recently left a $20 tip for a $200 lunch. [NYP] Alan Richman is out as Bloomberg’s food critic. [Eater] The bhut jolokia chile pepper is 200 times hotter than a jalapeño and could potentially be used in pepper sprays, but people like eating it and U.S. sales are projected to increase 500 percent this year. [WSJ]
  33. The Annotated Dish
    The Roasted Lobster at Gotham Is Still Standing TallAlfred Portale of Gotham Bar and Grill is one of the pioneers of what used to be called the New American cooking. His style, a combination of dramatic vertical presentations, French technique, and urban pizzazz, perfectly encapsulated the energy of the movement in the eighties and nineties. All these years later, Portale is still at Gotham, and still turning out some of the city’s best food, minus the towering drama of old. “As for all that verticality, once it became very trendy and talked about, that’s when I began to back away from it,” Portale says. “My style has changed and evolved.” At least one dish still reaches for the stars: Portale’s roasted lobster, a constant on Gotham’s menu. Scroll over the different parts of the dish to see it described in the chef’s own words.
  34. Mediavore
    No Plaza for Graydon; Mr. Rachael Ray Drops $35K for LunchboxGraydon Carter won’t be taking over the Plaza’s Oak Room, so you’ll still have to head downtown to the Waverly Inn for that truffled macaroni and cheese. [NYP] Jean-Georges Vongerichten seeks the elusive fifth taste by serving “umami bombs” at his restaurants. [WSJ] Related: Waiter, There’s a Fifth Element in My Soup It’s possible that locally grown products have a comparable or even greater carbon footprint than food that travels long distances, so you can stop patting yourself on the back for being a greenmarket fanatic. [NYT] Related: Local Schmocal [NYM]
  35. NewsFeed
    Opera-House Restaurant Reopens With Burbella in Leading RoleAs you might expect from a high-class operation like Grub Street, we’re frequently out at the opera, taking in Roméo et Juliette, and getting hungry during the second act. Naturally, our thoughts drift toward the Grand Tier, the tall restaurant in Lincoln Center whose vast Chagall murals overlook the fountain. It’s been closed for a while, but the place is now reopening under chef Michael Burbella, an alum of Gramercy Tavern and Gotham Bar and Grill. The score Burbella will be arranging has a tonic note of modern Mediterranean cooking, with a leitmotif of autumn flavors. The place, formerly open just to operagoers, is now open to anyone with tickets to Avery Fisher Hall or the New York State Theater.
  36. NewsFeed
    ‘Top Chef”s Howie Tastes the Big Time, Briefly, at Gotham Bar andWhen Howie Kleinberg, after twice coming to the brink of elimination, returned last week to win a Quickfire Challenge on Top Chef, he was rewarded with a one-week internship at Gotham Bar and Grill, courtesy of the guest judge, Alfred Portale. Kleinberg, whose unremitting hostility originally endeared him to us, has gotten on swimmingly with the chef, we hear. “He’s a very likable guy,” Portale tells us. “He’s a big guy, kinda cuts a pretty wide path through the kitchen, but he shows a lot of respect and poise.”
  37. Back of the House
    Adam Platt Thought Micah From ‘Top Chef’ Was a Train WreckThe kicked-off cheftestant was barely done sniffling his/her good-byes when we were on Instant Messenger with our buddy, the acerbic Adam Platt, comparing notes.
  38. Foodievents
    More Than Just a Taste of New York Last night’s A Taste of New York, a major culinary gala presented by New York Magazine at the Puck Building and benefiting City Harvest, was an orgy of food and mirth. Over 30 of the city’s best restaurants, from Alain Ducasse to wd-50, set up tables with a signature dish, and a boisterous crowd of well-heeled foodies circulated around, trying the food and chatting up the chefs.
  39. The Other Critics
    Critics Hone In on the Bone-InSteak and ssäms continue to rule the reviews — with a white truffle thrown in for good measure. • Saving Lonesome Dove for the blog, Bruni checks into another meatery, Harry’s Steak. The bone-in steak “spoke to the timeless glories of aged prime beef,” but the menu’s saddled with “clever tweaks.” [NYT] • Andrea Strong checks in on Lonesome Dove (again) and is way more impressed with the kangaroo nachos than her boy at the Post was. [Strong Buzz] • At STK, Alan Richman eyes the hotties “who look like they’re barely past puberty” and shares in our fascination with the restrooms. “If only the food — admittedly great-looking — were as flavorsome as the customers.” [Bloomberg] • Dana Bowen visits Momofuku Ssäm Bar, and after raving about the late-night menu we first reported, hints that it may see the light of day. [NYT] • As if Danny Meyer was starving for publicity, Moira Hodgson reassures us that Tabla is “one of the city’s great restaurants.” Something to do with chef Floyd Cardoz’s new cookbook? [NYO] • Paul Adams schools upwardly mobile I-Chin: “Going upscale involves more than buying buff-colored cloth napkins and hiring servers to assiduously refold them at every opportunity.” [NYS] • Augie splurges on a white truffle at Gotham — presumably not as pricey as Morimoto’s $10,500 highbrow-despicable truffle. [Augieland]
  40. The Gobbler
    Best Seats in the House: Where to Eat at the Bar Even before the arrival of Joël Robuchon and his bar-centric L’Atelier, the ancient urban tradition of bar dining was undergoing a great renaissance. And why not? Eating while seated on a stool is a uniquely New York experience. It’s convivial, expedient, and communal, but in a solitary way. The Gobbler has met Wall Street kingpins, ex–CIA agents, and loquacious bookies from Queens at restaurant bars. You don’t have to deal with sniveling waiters or go overboard on tips, and it’s often a convenient excuse for getting really, really drunk. Here are a few of the Gobbler’s favorite barfly destinations.
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