Simple stuff like rotisserie game hen, khao soi, and papaya salad — dishes that won't require disturbing the kitchen as it preps for dinner.
The sugar special runs 65 bucks and is only available in the Salon.
It's the first substantial revision of the list since opening, and now includes spritzers.
Big Jones upholds the traditions of the Old South with menu items that reflect springtime.
Roasted baby lamb is on offer at both observations of the traditional Greek Orthodox holiday.
'It's the restaurant I've always wanted to have,' says chef Christopher Kostow.
Newly installed chef Julien Jouhannaud is taking a simpler, more traditional approach than his predecessor.
How do buttermilk-masa pancakes with smoked maple syrup and poblano butter sound?
It's not exactly 'meat-centric,' explains Slice, but it's damn good.
The Thursday lunchtime special is all that's on the menu tonight.
New additions include smoked meat platters.
For three nights a select few will get the first tastes of what the "Top Chef" champ is cooking up for spring.
See our slideshow, including a before-and-after of the dining room.
Pastrami sandwiches in a luncheonette setting.
New late night specials include discounted drinks and tapas.
The menu will get a little more upscale, and the relaunch happens in April.
The Long Island City cocktail destination will be serving drink-friendly food by the summer.
The new menu feature focuses on a specific animal and incorporates it into three dishes.