The deli specializes in blending Italian and Jewish cooking traditions.
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It's been four years since Peter Woolsey brought his bistro to the South Street neighborhood.
The two night tomato extravaganza takes place at both restaurants.
Woolsey will demonstrate cooking techniques with farm-fresh goods.
For any restaurant that matters in this town, there's at least one former Le Bec-Fin cook in the kitchen.
Despite a mild winter, chefs are still serving the wintry Alsatian dish.
The dinners will celebrate the similarities of the cuisines found on both sides of the border.
For two nights Woolsey will focus on Burgundian cuisine with a four-course, prix-fixe dinner.
The challenge pits local chefs against each other in a battle for the best cheesesteak.
It's not brunch! It's lunch with eggs.
Though the city's biggest Bastille Day celebration doesn't take place until the weekend, Francophiles are celebrating today.
You kind of had to be there.
Now there's three chances each week to catch a screening of French films.
The majority of the dishes are entirely new.
For three nights some of France's best culinary talent will be cooking at local restaurants.
The prospect of a favorable review can mean a lot.
The newly expanded bar will feature a variety of rare and unusual French cocktails and aperitifs.
Don't call it an expansion, chef-owner Peter Woolsey warns; its more like a redesign.
The dinner which was to pair eight wines with four course will be rescheduled for sometime in the coming weeks.
The restaurant is offering guests complimentary wine and a taste of Normandy this week.