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Harold Moore

  1. fall preview 2016
    Major Chefs Will Focus on Hotel Dining This FallHarold Moore gives a southern style of eating a Manhattan spin, and two major restaurateurs bring breakfast, lunch, and dinner to the Beekman.
  2. Nothing Is Sacred
    Legendary Rock Club CBGB Finally Reopening As a Restaurant in the Newark AirportGet ready for punk-inspired wedge salads and turkey sandwiches.
  3. Openings
    Moore Food & Drink, Now Open on the Upper West Side, Sticks to the ClassicsHarold Moore’s menu includes clam chowder, oysters Rockefeller, and deviled eggs.
  4. Closings
    The West Village’s Commerce Has ClosedOwner Harold Moore is citing a legal struggle with his landlord.
  5. User's Guide
    What Chefs Eat on Their Summer VacationsWhere can an honest cook go for honest clams?
  6. Engines of Gastronomy
    Commerce’s Athanor Oven Is a Chef MagnetA $100,000 oven does more than just cook chickens at Commerce.
  7. The Other Critics
    Two Bruni Stars for Mia Dona; Mostly Good Things for Merkato 55Mia Dona gets an appreciative two stars from Frank Bruni, it’s good but not great reviews for Merkato 55, and it’s three stars for Adour from Moira Hodgson
  8. Mediavore
    Seinfeld Sued Over Cookbook; Goldman Employees to Eat SteakSneaky Chef author Missy Chase Lapine has sued Jerry Seinfeld for defamation after he called her a “wacko” in response to her allegations that his wife plagiarized her cookbook. [NYDN] The beloved Moondance Diner, which survived a trek from New York to Wyoming, has partially collapsed under the weight of fresh snow. [Casper Star-Tribune via Eater] Related: The Moondance Diner, Neglected in Wyoming, Now a Shell of Itself Commerce, chef Harold Moore’s forthcoming restaurant, is slated to open in February, but still no word on the cuisine. [The Feed/TONY] Related: Harold Moore of March to Take Over Grange Hall–Blue Mill Space
  9. NewsFeed
    Harold Moore of March to Take Over Grange Hall–Blue Mill SpaceA reliable industry source tells us that the long-vacant Grange Hall–Blue Mill space, which our Daniel Maurer reports was recently considered by Milk and Honey owner Sasha Petraske for his new restaurant, has been snapped up by former March chef de cuisine Harold Moore, a Montrachet veteran who has cooked under both Daniel Boulud and Jean-Georges Vongerichten. The lease hasn’t been signed yet, and there is no word on when Moore, who has the backing of several partners, intends on opening it or what the food will be. But given his track record, it should be pretty good.