Does the D.C. chef's NYC pop-up make him a reverse carpetbagger?
As rumored, Keith McNally and Richard Caring will bring the Paris-style bistro to London, and Jean-Georges is U.K.-bound as well.
And that's just the beginning of the confusion.
A cocktail bar called 41* and a tapas bar called Tickets will open in Barcelona in the next months.
P.J. Clarke's and Hill Country are the latest New York eateries to make moves on D.C.
A beloved burger chain increases its northeast profile.
The food truck, burger, and cupcake trends have hit the nation's capital full force. And there are even some great restaurants, too.
The Breslin chef plans a return to the city where she got her start.
The owners of Peaches HotHouse say they tempered the fire owing to the "litigious nature of New Yorkers."
A Seattle food critic describes his sad efforts at gourmet cuisine from the Dollar Store.
The Boerum Hill ice-cream parlor makes strides at home and abroad.
If he and Richard Caring can get $43 million.
In Portland, they're not messing around in re: locavorism.
The former Cru star is opening a new restaurant. But it won't be in Manhattan.
The roaster is opening a "coffee bar," not a "coffee shop."
"In New York City restaurant bloggers don’t exist on the level they do in New Jersey," says an industry vet.
Did a wacky Nashville burger stand inspire the sandwich drive-thru on '30 Rock'?