It's down to the last few slices.
They're on the wrong side of history, he says.
"Although I’m looking forward to standing at Balthazar’s urinal without another man staring at me I’ll very much miss my bathroom attendants," McNally says.
The restaurateur says closing a restaurant is a career first.
The restaurateur said previously the brasserie would close for nine months, then reopen.
Sometimes you just crave a nice bowl of spaghetti that costs $300 for no reason.
The meatpacking district building is being rebuilt to add more retail space.
The co-executive chefs at Balthazar and Minetta Tavern are leaving the restaurants.
The restaurateur uses pithy statements and wit as an evolutionary tactic.
The more things change, the more the braised short ribs stay the same.
Spoiler alert: He made the money back.
The storage facility had to move thousands of cases of wine to higher ground during the hurricane.
Plus: Keith McNally sues to get $2 million of wine back, and more in today's leftovers.
Marco Pierre White's protégée will be manning the stoves.