Plus: Marc Murphy's interview, and more, in this week's roundup.
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The rib-eye for two costs $95.
The Viceroy gets a bar with a view.
The chef worked at Windows on the World before opening his own restaurants.
Revenues of more than $100 million per year are to be expected.
Restaurateurs support one of their own in the upcoming City Council seat election.
Just waste money the whole weekend.
The chef spends his spare time drinking Pliny the Elder at 38 Degrees.
The Time Warner Center bar gets the Benchmarc treatment.
The restaurateur leaves Tribeca for Central Park West.
The chefs tell us how they won the cook-off.
A look at the menu, the space, and the new dishes.
"I only drink Lipton tea and I don't drink coffee. If you drink coffee you become an adult, and I don't want to."
Marc Murphy will open an Upper West Side outpost of his beachy eatery in the fall.
Some parents take their kids to haute cuisine spots while others ask pizza parlors to dumb it down.
Plus: L'Ecole adds spring menu items, and Graydon Carter & Co. to take over Fedora, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
The Landmarc restaurateur still finds the Department of Health ruling very "frustrating."
The Landmarc restaurateur speaks out.