Chef Eli Kulp expects the new spinoff of the Philly original to establish its own identity.
The Upper East Side restaurant is unabashedly grand and glamorous.
There's yuzu shoyu ramen, spicy miso ramen, Japanese-style chicken wings, and more.
Whole-grain breads, pastries, and Roman-style pizza al taglio.
Salt-cod doughnuts, eggplant escabeche, and persimmon carpaccio.
Fillings include coconut lamb, baby back ribs, and Peruvian ceviche.
From a former Eleven Madison Park sous-chef.
Like borscht with raw cream and trout roe.
Get ready for roast beef, diner-style coffee, and dinner service.
The most expensive cut costs $29.
The nomadic, Brooklyn-based operation now has a permanent home.
The general philosophy is that brunch shouldn't be excluded to weekends.
The sandwich shop is ready to go in its new location.
The menu is playful: tater tots, a smoked bluefish party dip, and cocktails named after movie sequels.
The couple behind the inventive Ideas in Food are serving double-chocolate doughnuts and frozen custard at Curiosity Doughnuts.
With cocktails from Angel's Share's Shingo Gokan.
Caipirinhas all around.
It opens on Monday, October 12.
The taqueria opens this weekend.
They're the first in a series of rotating vendors.