The city lifts its vacate order on the popular taqueria.
A Cuban longtimer is up and running again after being closed by its landlord, Columbia University.
What's new in Chinatown, including a new use for dim-sum-palace cooking oil.
Among other things, "partner issues" have delayed the 'Top Chef''s Lower East Side debut.
The new incarnation of Ken Friedman and April Bloomfield's fish shack will have sidewalk seats and a "sense of humor."
After its shuttering last October, one of the city's hottest party spots has reopened.
The coffee shop still owes $66,000 in back taxes.
Business as usual under the city's Nuisance Abatement Law.
A Spanish favorite bounces back from its brush with the Department of Health.
There will be no showdown with bulldozers.
A new hotel party, and the return of an old one.
Family intrigue on the other side of the world bleeds into the former Buddha Bar.
See the new look and new menu items.
One of the city's truly authentic Spanish joints is renovating after a visit from the Health Department.