"Chefs here aren't opening new restaurants; they're making fried-chicken sandwiches."
They'll bring the magic uptown next year.
The line between a McDonald's and a Starbucks gets blurrier.
Made Nice, a new counter-service spot with dishes costing between $10 and $15, will open next year.
Howard Schultz says the fancy Reserve brand is "the future of the company."
The fast-casual vegan concept has a massive audience.
It would make DoorDash worth about half what GrubHub Seamless is.
It's going to be a five-story outpost near Times Square.
He owns a dozen concepts in New Orleans.
Pumpkin Spice Lattes will be a tough sell in a country that takes its coffee so seriously.
"I think we'd kill it, but then we'd have to f*cking move to New York," Mike Solomonov says.
The salad empire will expand to Columbia University, the Upper West Side, and Union Square.
"At one point you'll just be empty, you'll start repeating yourself, and then it's time to leave."
"My intention is to work the hardest to become America’s Coffee Roaster."
"We want to take what we're doing at Mott Street and kick it up a notch."
It's expanding to Los Angeles and the West Village.
Aren't people over butter in their coffee?
He's finally returning to the Golden State.
He's investing in Roads & Kingdoms, a travel site.