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Brooklyn’s New Bar Bolinas Is a Husband-and-Wife Chef Team’s Nod to
Nate Smith and Sophie Kamin are focusing on a casual vibe and a menu that’s heavy on seafood and grilled meats.
In Season: Nate Smith’s Roasted-Parsnip-and-Farro Salad
Because the cold helps convert their starch into sugar, a later harvest can result in an unusually sweet taproot.
Mary Jane Weedman
What to Eat at Allswell, Opening Next Week in Williamsburg
For Spotted Pig alumnus Nate Smith, “gastropub” is more a state of mind than a culinary trend.
Nate Smith Will Open Alls Well in Williamsburg
The Spotted Pig and Dean Street alum gets his own place.
Nate Smith Fixing ‘Sunday Suppers’ in Greenpoint
The former Spotted Pig and Dean Street toque is still cooking.
Dean Street Replaces Nate Smith
Mike Franzetti will fill in.
Nate Smith Was Fired From Dean Street After a ‘Tense Talk’ About the
The chef tells us why he was fired after just a month, and what’s next.
Nate Smith Leaves Dean Street After Just a Month
After a very buzzy first month.
In the Magazine
Platt on Ciano, Millesime; the Robs on the City’s Latest Restaurant
Plus: It doesn’t matter if you can’t tell your persimmons apart, and a chat with Nate Smith of Prospect Heights’ Dean Street, all in this week’s magazine.
Spotted Pig Alum Poised to Bring Bacon Cheeseburgers and Gentleman’s
The gastropub’s former chef de cuisine, Nate Smith, expects to open Dean Street within the week.
Mandy Moore Learns How to Cook the Spotted Pig’s Gnudi
Watch Mandy Moore in the kitchen with the Spotted Pig’s chefs.
April Bloomfield & Co. Take U.K. Field Trip to Prep for Ace Debut
On the itinerary: Squirrel, lamb kidney, and mutton diaphragm.
What to Eat
Spotted Pig May Have to Find a Roquefort Alternative
Plus, how your pig’s head is made.