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Nick Morgenstern

  1. obsessions
    Can an Ice Cream Sundae Show Us True Perfection?Nick Morgenstern is chasing the Platonic ideal.
  2. closings
    El Rey Will Close This MonthNo more avocados.
  3. openings
    Here Are All 88 Flavors From Manhattan’s Newest Ice-Cream WonderlandCharred chocolate banana, mocha, sesame caramel, French fry, and seven different types of vanilla.
  4. fall preview 2018
    Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream’s New Flagship Is No Ordinary Scoop ShopThe new location is four times the size of the original and offers 88 flavors available in cone or pint form at any given time.
  5. coming soon-ish
    Morgenstern’s, Home to Some of New York’s Best Ice Cream, Will ExpandThe new location has a full gas kitchen, and they’re applying for a liquor license.
  6. Peak Toast
    Introducing Avocado-Ice-Cream Toast, the Ultimate Instagram Trophy DishIt’s part of Morgenstern’s new breakfast menu.
  7. Come Together
    L.A. Sensation Sqirl to Pop Up at El Rey Later This MonthDreams come true.
  8. Openings
    GG’s, the Goat Town Reboot, Will Serve Oven-Baked Lobster andIt’s the Goat Town reboot.
  9. Try Again
    The Very Delicate, Incredibly Tricky Art of the Restaurant Redo“Holy shit, all my eggs are in this basket.”
  10. Slideshow
    First Look at Goat Town, Now Serving ‘Fork Smashed’ Potatoes andNick Morgenstern of the General Greene moves to the East Village.
  11. Openings
    Morgenstern Leaves General Greene to Open Goat Town Next MonthNew Brooklyn Cuisine in the East Village?
  12. Openings
    Ice-Cream Sandwiches: Mia Dona Does Cart, Melt Bakery Plans StoreA Hester Street Fair favorite is making the transition to brick and mortar.
  13. Openings
    General Greene’s Nick Morgenstern Takes Butcher Bay SpacePlus more from last night’s Community Board 3 meeting.
  14. Openings
    It’s Time to Patty: General Greene Players Open Sandwich and DumplingSantos Patty House will also offer Asian snacks.
  15. Chef Shuffle
    Ryan Skeen Leaves Irving Mill Effective June 7He’ll be working on “unspecified projects.”
  16. New Hours
    General Greene GrowsIn addition to brunch, it’s now serving lunch and breakfast.
  17. Coffee Geek
    General Greene Brings Cult-Coffee Enforcements to Fort GreeneThe General Greene’s new breakfast menu spotlights Counter Culture coffee.
  18. NewsFeed
    Ex–Resto Chef Ryan Skeen to Take Over at Irving MillResto’s restless prodigy makes it to the big time.
  19. NewsFeed
    Find Ryan Skeen at the General GreeneThe former Resto chef reappears in Fort Greene.
  20. Mediavore
    Colors Workers Rebel; Whole Foods Getting Into Craft BeerThe workers of Colors, originally envisioned as a co-op for orphaned Windows on the World employees, have sued the restaurant and the advocacy group that runs it, claiming that in fact none of them actually own any part of it. [NYP] Related: Marxist Meals Served at Co-op Eateries Whole Foods will be opening up a craft-beer bar with tap brews sold in carryout growlers — in September. [NYS] Animal activism has come of age, which is good news for calves, old hogs, and other unlucky beings that might otherwise be facing unspeakable fates. [NYT]
  21. The In-box
    I Am Stalking Gramercy Tavern’s Former Dessert Chef Dear Grub Street,I have been an occasional customer of Gramercy Tavern over the past several years. On a recent visit, I was greatly dismayed to find that my favorite dessert, a chocolate dacquoise, was no longer on the menu. It was explained to me that Gramercy has a new pastry chef and he has put his stamp on the dessert menu, apparently at the expense of my dacquoise. I was wondering if perchance you knew the name of the former pastry chef and whether he is working elsewhere.Mark Raskin
  22. NewsFeed
    Nick Morgenstern Rips Gilt a New OneFormer Gilt pastry chef Nick Morgenstern has given us the inside dope on his firing last week. According to Morgenstern, chef Chris Lee and hotel management are pinning the move on each other: “They’re doing a little dance, pointing at each other, and they don’t want to give me any severance,” he tells us. Meanwhile, he’s heard that Lee’s pastry-chef buddy David Carmichael (formerly of Oceana and the Russian Tea Room) was seen checking out Morgenstern’s kitchen while the chef was out of town. But why did he get canned, anyhow?