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Pastis

  1. reopenings
    Everything You Need to Know About the All-new PastisKeith McNally’s seminal bistro reopens this weekend — can it possibly recapture the magic of the original?
  2. reopenings
    Pastis Will Officially Reopen — and Stephen Starr Is InvolvedThe Meatpacking District restaurant will open in a new location next year.
  3. Coming Eventually
    Keith McNally’s Pastis Will Reopen in the Meatpacking DistrictThe restaurateur has signed a new lease for the iconic brasserie.
  4. Chef Shuffle
    Ex-Balthazar Chefs Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr Will Take Over El QuijoteThe restaurant turns 85 next year.
  5. Reopenings
    Keith McNally Swears Pastis Will Reopen in the Meatpacking District in 2016The restaurateur says he’s got a location on Gansevoort Street.
  6. News
    The Pastis Space Will Indeed Become a Giant Restoration HardwareThe old brasserie is getting several new floors and a wraparound terrace.
  7. Relocations
    Pastis Will Likely Be Forced to Relocate“At the moment, it doesn’t look like Pastis will go back into that building.”
  8. Auctions
    Pastis’s Kitchen Equipment Goes Up for Auction TodaySeveral pieces of history are up for grabs.
  9. Closings
    Sex, Steak-Frites, and Every Celebrity on the Planet: The Golden Years of PastisAs Keith McNally’s Meatpacking District icon closes its doors, former staff and friends of the restaurant look back on the glory days.
  10. Temporary Closings
    Keith McNally’s Pastis Closes Next WeekIt really may be time to plan one last visit, before the restaurant closes for 15 months.
  11. Stays of Execution
    Pastis Has a New Closing Date: April 1No, it’s not a joke, and yes, it’s because McNally says so.
  12. Temporary Closings
    Keith McNally’s Pastis Closing on January 31The meatpacking restaurant is packing it up, and packing it in.
  13. Closings
    Pulino’s Is ClosedGood-bye, home slice.
  14. Closings
    Keith McNally Closing Pulino’s This WeekendIt’s down to the last few slices.
  15. Say It Isn't Pernod
    Keith McNally Plans to Reopen Pastis in 2015Don’t give up hope yet.
  16. Say It Isn't Pernod
    Keith McNally’s Pastis Closing in JanuaryThe restaurateur said previously the brasserie would close for nine months, then reopen.
  17. Temporary Closings
    Keith McNally: Pastis Will Close for Nine MonthsThe meatpacking district building is being rebuilt to add more retail space.
  18. It's Only a Rumor
    McNally Says Balthazar and Pastis Not ClosingEverybody just calm down.
  19. Chef Shuffle
    Lee Hanson and Riad Nasr to Part Ways With Keith McNallyThe co-executive chefs at Balthazar and Minetta Tavern are leaving the restaurants.
  20. Celebrity Settings
    Zac Efron Dines With Friends at Mission Chinese; Gwyneth Paltrow Eats Tacos inPlus: Lindsay Lohan eats pizza at Rubirosa, Erin Heatherton moves on from Leo at Lure Fishbar, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  21. The New York Diet
    Recette Chef Jesse Schenker Makes Sandwiches After Service, Stays Late for“I was on my way out, but Claire Danes and Lena Dunham walked in, so I stayed. Who wouldn’t?!”
  22. Rumors
    Is Keith McNally’s Pastis Closing in the Meatpacking District?An inside source says the restaurateur was given an ultimatum last month.
  23. Non Gratis
    The Pain-in-the-Ass ‘Self-Promoter’ That Is Justin Ross LeeGetting tossed, one club at a time.
  24. The Grub Street Diet
    Andrew Zimmern Feasts on Roasted Raccoon for Breakfast, Banana Pudding for“I got to eat some of the food that I made for them, which was sauteed duck’s testicles with white wine and herbs; and a calf’s-brain sandwich. It was delicious.”
  25. Fireside Chats
    Eighteen Bewitchingly Self-Deprecating Moments From Keith McNally’s MarthaPlus: Balthazar London may be a no-go?
  26. The Other Critics
    Cuozzo Calls Keith McNally a ‘Big, Fat Crybaby’Not a good day for Mr. McNally.
  27. Celebrity Settings
    Sienna Miller Sticks With French; A-Rod Goes BlondePlus: Ke$ha sings at Cipriani, Bristol Palin celebrates at 1 Oak, and more in our complete recap of celebrity sightings.
  28. Openings
    Pulino’s Is Taking Lunch Reservations, Prime Times Still AvailablePlus, the Pulino’s answering machine makes a funny.
  29. Previews
    Details Revealed on Delphine, Opening January 28th at W HollywoodA new French restaurant is coming to Hollywood.
  30. Celebrity Settings
    Mischa Barton Likes Margaritas; Taylor Swift Tries OttoPlus: Joy Behar and Oliver Stone visit A Voce, and David Duchovny takes the kids to Dylan’s Candy Bar.
  31. Celebrity Settings
    Jay-Z and A-Rod Lunch at Nello; Tom Brokaw Dines at Grand Central Oyster BarPlus: Uma Thurman and Amy Sacco at Hotel Griffou, Drew Nieporent dines with D.A. Robert Morgenthau at Nobu, and more, in our weekly roundup of bold-faced meals.
  32. Celebrity Settings
    Lourdes Has Her Birthday at Delicatessen; Penn and Blake Do Billy’s BakeryOur weekly roundup of where the pretty people are eating.
  33. Spot Check
    Spot Check: MePa Alive and Well at 10 p.m.Who was out and about on a Thursday night.
  34. Celebrity Settings
    Amber Rose Tries the Cosi Lobster-Salad Sandwich; Debra Messing Does DojoOur weekly roundup of the glitterati’s eating habits.
  35. Slideshow
    First Look at Hotel Griffou, Opening for Public Previews TonightOur slideshow may be the last time you see this place celebrity-free.
  36. Meat Market
    McNally Upgrades Beef Across Balthazar EmpireIf you order a steak at a McNally restaurant, it’ll be from Creekstone.
  37. Mediavore
    Balthazar and Pastis Cannot Be Duplicated; Gluten-Free in Chelsea Market?Plus: the best firehouse cook in New York in our morning news roundup.
  38. Troubled Times
    Sour Economy Continues to Inspire Food JournalistsOne tries to bargain down the price of a slice, another suggests knockoff restaurants, and Flo Fab tells us, again, how restaurants are dealing with the these troubled times.
  39. Meatpacking Madness
    Todd English to Pastis: Won’t You Be My Neighbor?Todd English and Sam Hazen have their eye on a 16,000-square-foot building in the meatpacking district.
  40. The New York Diet
    Actress An Nguyen Loves Her Vietnamese DivesThe star of the upcoming film “Year of the Fish” also loves home cooking.
  41. NewsFeed
    Our JetBlue-Airport Dreams Come TrueBistro from the Balthazar guys and tapas from Tía Pol’s Alex Raij … all coming to the JetBlue terminal.
  42. NewsFeed
    Pastis Takes Top Honors in Zagat’s Nightlife GuideWhat were the top-rated dive bars, cocktail lounges, and rooftops?
  43. NewsFeed
    Wild Edibles Starts Picketing BackWild Edibles’ new tactic is this: Protesting those who protest against it.
  44. NewsFeed
    Florent Has Already Reached ‘Acceptance’ PhaseWith Florent and the Hog Pit closing, Shecky’s charts what it calls the “de-evolution” of the meatpacking district.
  45. Mediavore
    Inflation Running Rampant; Richman Hits TerroirTONY awards the Mermaid Inn the best place to be seen, inflation is going crazy, and Richman can’t take the crowd at Terroir.
  46. NewsFeed
    Meatpacking Mainstay Florent May Close in MayYesterday Eater broke news that Florent’s landlord has been showing the building to potential tenants (Eater originally misidentified the landlord, so take that rumor for what it’s worth). Florent’s future has been tenuous for some time now — a June 2007 Daily News item mentions owner Florent Morellet trying to renegotiate his lease while neighbors closed shop. We’re hearing from one source that Florent’s lease is up in May, after which Florent will close. Another source says that Morellet planned to sell the business because his health is worsening (his T-cell count is displayed on one of the menu boards). So was it the Florent space that Anthony Martignetti was referring to when he told us he was considering opening a restaurant near Pastis? Who knows, it may also have been the old Rhone space, abandoned by Double Seven. Morellet wasn’t available for comment today, but we’ll keep you posted on what may be a double blow (remember, Passerby will soon close) to the meatpacking district. Update: Asked whether Anthony Martignetti is considering the Florent space, a rep tells us she has no new information at this time. Note: She didn’t say, “No.” Related: SHOCK CLAIM: Florent Restaurant to Close This Year? [Eater] Paris Shaped by the Pen [NYDN] Earlier: Anthony Martignetti Plots a New Restaurant Over Croissants at Pastis Passerby Hasn’t Quite Passed On
  47. Mediavore
    Keith McNally Sued; Huckabee Serves Clam Chowder in New HampshireAccording to a new class-action suit being brought against Keith McNally, servers at Pastis and Balthazar were forced to foot the bill for customers who walked out on their checks, in addition to being denied minimum wage. [NYP] Frank Bruni, like many other critics, believes a restaurant’s chicken dishes speak volumes about its overall quality. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] E-mails sent by Starbucks Corp. managers reveal their efforts to prevent unionizing among their employees, although labor experts say the activity is not illegal. [WSJ]
  48. Celebrity Settings
    Jennifer Garner Likes the Food at Fiamma More than Padma Did The week’s most exciting celebrity sighting was that of beer-sippin’ McLovin at Diner. No other celebs were busted getting their underage drink on, but there were other surprises: Rachael Ray rolled into the Orchard with a posse bigger than Diddy’s, and Jennifer Garner liked the food at Fiamma so much she slipped into the kitchen to beg Fabio Trabocchi for recipes. We figure that makes up for supposedly getting dissed by Padma Lakshmi a couple weeks ago. (And yes, there a Padma sighting this week, too…)
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    Find French Onion Soup in Manhattan; A Co-op for Fort Greene?Bay Ridge: A VFW post has been fined by the Department of Health because its ice machine constituted a need for “food protection certification.” [The Brooklyn Paper] Cobble Hill: Now that the deli and the TV repair shop are gone, we can dream of the G&D Television Wine Bar. [Gowanus Lounge] Forest Hills: A new development threatens restaurant culture, as for-rent signs specify “NO FOOD.” The horror! [Queens Central] Fort Greene: Plans are afoot for a food co-op. Does anything else scream gentrification louder? [The Brooklyn Paper] Manhattan: Look for delicious French onion soup at Pastis, Landmarc, and Rue 57, among others. [
  50. NewsFeed
    Meatpacking Moguls Remm, Birnbaum, and Rabin on How to Be CoolOur fave waitress Courtney Yates isn’t the only face Belvedere Vodka is using to try to look cool — the company, in association with UrbanDaddy, is running Web interviews with David Rabin, owner of Los Dados and Lotus, and Eugene Remm and Mark Birnbaum, owners of Tenjune. Remm and Birnbaum don’t exactly steer toward the underexposed when asked for their favorite restaurants: BondSt, Nobu, Bar Pitti, Los Dados, Mr. Chow, the Spotted Pig, Pastis, Buddakan, Dos Caminos Soho, Cipriani, Butter, Rose Bar, and Waverly Inn.
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