Get ready to slurp tonkotsu in the privacy of your own partitioned seating, for real this time.
The unnamed spot will have a $125 tasting menu.
Expect lots of spicy lamb noodles on the menu.
Near the Coney Island Boardwalk, naturally.
The chef plans to make up for this in mille-feuilles.
Williamsburg is getting some "contemporary Peruvian food."
Les Jardins de la Duchesse will open on the Lower East Side any day now.
It may be British, but there is lox on the bagels.
Owner Jason Wang is planning two open kitchens.
This time he's got a whopping 11,000 square feet.
Service begins the last week in October, apparently.
The Top Chef host says he's interested in devising a menu of "old New York food, modernized."
Expect herring, bagel sandwiches, knishes, and more when the uptown spot opens early next year.
The restaurant will reopen in the now-former Rosette space.
"Reset, rebuilt and refocused, The Hills NYC is here to bring back Don’s original vision of a legendary venue which showcases Rock and Roll icons and NY talent."
It looks like a former garage space on South 6th Street is getting Franked.
The original Brooklyn location will close while César Ramirez concentrates on the new location.
It just has to outpace Nutella manufacturer Ferrero's spry legal team first.
Let's all take a trip to "terraced hillsides of Positano."