Mario Batali's La Sirena, on the other hand, not so much.
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The Babbo boys open their first new New York restaurant in ten years (not counting Eataly).
"Even if you’re three months late and millions of dollars over budget, I’m finding it hard to get very worked up about that. I’m not worried."
She's replacing Joe Bastianich.
The celebration includes free glasses of sparkling wine tonight.
Let's all take a trip to "terraced hillsides of Positano."
The project will come in at almost 9,000 square feet.
Plus, the Turin-based megagrocer is opening in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, London, Moscow, Los Angeles, and South America.
It may open next year.
The food truck owners say they have a David and Goliath thing going on with the Italian mega-grocer.
The case may be far along in the agency's system.
The SLA says it has to do with something called "interlocking interest."
There may be a clam-pizza war on the horizon.
L.A., Philly, and Boston make the short list. Let's put D.C. in there, too.
"We’d love to do it sooner than later, but it’s a matter of fitting it in and wanting to do it the right way."
The Chicago native had been diagnosed with schizophrenia.
The chef and partner Joe Bastianich are looking at other locations.