Twenty-five-year-old chef Liz Johnson serves up odd little wonders at this restaurant that has been hiding more or less in plain sight ever since it opened several months ago.
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It's on the menu at Nix, John Fraser's new restaurant.
It opens tonight in Greenwich Village.
The taqueria opens this weekend.
It's coming soon — September 12.
The owners are clashing with their new community board over their desire to serve beer until 4 a.m.
The tiny Thompson Street bar is closing after 11 years.
It's now open on MacDougal Street.
The original outpost got wrecked in the Second Avenue explosion.
"If we do this right, it doesn’t change and everyone goes, 'Wow, it’s exactly the way it was.'"
"I am the store and the store is me."
The real question is where are Marilyn Monroe, James Dean, and Elvis?
"They're looking for stuff like, 'This place sucks and I'm going to blow this f--king place up.'"
Here's a new terrifying thing to worry about.
The restaurant opened in January of 2013.
The upcoming restaurant will open in the Fifth Avenue space that was once home to Cru and the ill-fated Lotus NY.
How one former rugby player plans to show Manhattan what traditional, real-deal macarons are really like.
How about a mashup of a Philly cheesesteak and a chorizo sandwich?
The chef says a few things about the menu may change, "but we are not going to go completely insane."