Breakfast staples get an Italian influence, as in a panini of scrambled eggs with fig mostarda.
The former Petrossian executive chef plans a shifting menu of Mediterranean roots and sterling product.
Happy hour at Areal also includes a menu of bites each priced below five dollars. Take a look!
Beach-body dishes collide with burgers and booze for breakfast.
A "Bitter Pill" pairs 12-year-old rum with Fernet Branca and orange oil aromas.
The owner recalls his grandmother's black-boned chicken soup, served to him as a youth when he fell ill.
Two local Italian grandmas will represent their hometown through a six-course dinner battle.
Cafe Livre et Le Marche Brings Tea-Smoked Rillettes and Tea-Infused Aguas Frescas to New Garden Patio
Farid Zadi is opening a new garden patio for tea-infused dishes and fermented Chinese tea.
From foie ravioli to foie ice cream, the Parisian caviar giant is singing a swan song to the soon-to-be-banned ingredient.
Kris Morningstar plans a four-course menu full of cocoa, purple corn, masa, and chilies.
The new morning menu is full of inside jokes and at least one Tebow reference.
A look at Joseph Elevado's opening menu.
A new afternoon tea service unites spirits and loose leaf at a mixologist-guided trolley.
Like Roy Choi and Santos Uy's new restaurants, the menu was inspired by the chef's vacation.
The chef is attempting to bring the omakase experience to a wider audience.
The chef plans war wonton soup with matzoh balls, among other specials.
Expect David LeFevre's buttermilk bacon cheddar biscuits to provide a new angle on Eggs Benedict.
The well-known principles here are all flexing different muscles for this enviable neighborhood venture.
Gins include an Indian-made spirit infused with cardamom and saffron.