From Salvation Burger to Jams, it looks like just about every chef in town is going to be cooking in, over, or around a roaring wood fire this fall.
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Pasta. Meat. Cheese. Warmth.
Plus: PH-D hosted the cool kids' VMA after-party, and more, in this week's roundup.
Actor Steve Schirripa Eats Off-Menu Tuna With Drew Nieporent, Hits the Garden’s Private Jean-Georges-Catered Club
"I'm a big guy. I can't fit in at these trendy places where you're squished."
"You taste and taste all day — and trust me, it adds up."
He's oblivious to sugar highs and intimidated at Cafe Select.
Food Professor and Cookbook Author Lourdes Castro Likes Her Egg Yolks Runny and Her Baby-Back Ribs Spicy
"I love egg yolks and I eat them all the time, I just don't like them cooked. Yuck. I like runny yolks."
When called upon to recommend a restaurant to the Mayor, Frank Bruni fails.
"The most authentic Italian food I’ve tasted in this country."
"You can go to 100 restaurants in Philly and only find three that cook creamy potatoes properly."
Plus: Alan Richman braves the trek to Umi Nom, and Danyelle Freeman likes the Mott, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
Why do these flavorful fish still get such a bad rap?
Does the 'Times' critic know the difference between the Lower East Side and Nolita?
Plus: Another free pizza bar, and David Waltuck's least favorite meat, all in our morning news roundup.
The ‘Daily News’ curmudgeon calls out several tired trends.
The chefs are among the new wave of celebrities tapped for the city's "Just Ask The Locals" ads.
A typical night might take you from Patty's 'Mixed-Up, Shook-Up Girl' to Madonna's 'Material Girl.'
TONY awards the Mermaid Inn the best place to be seen, inflation is going crazy, and Richman can't take the crowd at Terroir.