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).
But some experts say he's doing it all wrong.
La Sirena is finally scheduled to open next month.
The 41,000-square-foot market will debut at 4 World Trade Center.
Made by Dogfish Head's Sam Calagione, WasteNot beer includes citrus peels, tomato pulp, and a nod to the moonshine that's made in prison.
"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."
After 12 glorious years.
@TwitterFood says it'll be a one-stop shop for "all the best of food and restaurant culture on Twitter."
A judge refused to shut it down, called that description "highly disputed."
The neighbor is tired of "excessive odors" and "toxic emissions."
The celebration includes free glasses of sparkling wine tonight.
A lot rain and a lot of warmth make for a bumper are good for the fungus.
Let's all take a trip to "terraced hillsides of Positano."
"Drinking with Frank Bruni at 10 a.m., man, life is looking good."
It's about about NYC, this time around.
Verdict: Neither is particularly adept at the drinking game.
They're just a couple of guys seeing the sights, playing some mini golf.
The project will come in at almost 9,000 square feet.
"There'll be no more Donkey Sauce in Times Square in around two minutes."