Is it as luxe as the $1,000 sushi roll?
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Sagatiba Velha is aged two years in oak casks. Drink up!
Alain Ducasse gets his wish, Paul Adams is seduced by Olana, and Jay Cheshes is not so enamored of Elettaria.
The 'Post' identifies a breed of foodie obsessed with meat.
Andres Glasner has served a Who’s Who of A-listers — though he’s not allowed to say just who.
Boqueria is coming to Soho, in the old Kin Khao space on Spring Street.
Four employees settle with Bill Telepan in a dispute over pooled tips.
The chef tells Gothamist about his new Tribeca restaurant, Brushstrokes.
Tax Day specials and kids' party venues in our roundup of neighborhood food news.
Brooklyn Uncorked brings Long Island wines and Brooklyn foods together next month.
The Huffington Post discovers that certain "McCain family recipes" may have been lifted from the Food Network.
'Donatella,' a reality show about Donatella Arpaia, is in development at Bravo.
Never mind our hypothesis that publicists are feeling the recession: High-ticket items are still a go-to gimmick.
Which celeb chefs draw the most swoons from women and which clubs draw the most women to swoon over?
Ten Bells is the name of the pub in London where Jack the Ripper met his victims — and now the moniker of an all-natural, organic wine bar.
Calorie info is supposed to be posted on fast-food menus by Monday, but that doesn't mean it will be.
TONY awards the Mermaid Inn the best place to be seen, inflation is going crazy, and Richman can't take the crowd at Terroir.
Community Board 3 didn't want to booze up a cheap Italian spot coming to St. Marks Place but granted wine to the city's first Serbian restaurant.
The former East Village Yacht Club space gets a new owner: a café-bar hybrid.
Provence is out, says Marc Meyer; Hundred Acres, an American restaurant, will replace it.