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Porchetta

  1. comebacks
    Sara Jenkins Is Bringing Porchetta Sandwiches Back to the East VillageThe roast-pork-sandwich shop is popping up for six weeks at Porsena Extra Bar.
  2. closings
    Porchetta Is Closed in the East VillageThe owners say they’re looking for a new location.
  3. Lists
    The 15 Best Sandwiches of 2015This past year was (almost) all about porchetta, eggs on rolls, and porchetta-and-eggs on rolls.
  4. Slurp
    The 9 Best New Soups to Try Right NowThey’ll fortify you until the spring thaw.
  5. Pop-Ups
    Wednesday Night Burmese Curry Pops Up at PorchettaSara Jenkins will start serving $10 bowls of the Burmese noodle soup called kaukswe at her East Village sandwich shop.
  6. Grub Guides
    35 Next-Level Holiday Delivery Options That Throw Your Party for YouSimply pick up the phone.
  7. Foodievents
    Porchetta’s Sara Jenkins Leads EatWith’s Chef SeriesTwo other New York City-based chefs have signed on.
  8. Cheap Eats
    The Top 5 New (Cheap) SandwichesFrom a fried-chicken bánh mì to a lamb-sausage gyro.
  9. What to Eat
    Sara Jenkins Unleashes Porchetta Banh MiThe first thing you think when you take a bite: What took so long?
  10. Grub Guides
    Sweatpants Gourmet: 24 Great Restaurants That Also DeliverMission Chinese Food, Parm, and Mimi’s Hummus at your door.
  11. Foodievents
    First of the 2013 Vendy Award Nominees AnnouncedThe awards ceremony goes down on September 7 in Industry City.
  12. Cheap Eats 2013
    The 2013 Cheap Eats SuperlativesThe best new cuisine, restaurant, and more.
  13. App-Etizers
    Behold Sara Jenkins’s New Italian Pantry, a New Kind of Cooking AppNew Italian Pantry is the first in a series of “ingredient-driven” cooking apps.
  14. truckin'
    Two New Food Trucks Rolling in Los Angeles This WeekEvan Funke and Nutella Both Have Food Trucks in Los Angeles, but Not Together.
  15. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Joe Dobias Eats Goat Potpie on His Day Off, Feasts at Village Yokocho After“I don’t consider going out to eat to be my job or anything, it’s just what I love to do. It’s my fancy sneakers, my nice shirt. I don’t buy that stuff, I do the dinner out.”
  16. The Grub Street Diet
    Big Gay Ice Cream Owner Bryan Petroff Burns His Bagels, Guzzles His Diet Coke“Sitting on a milk crate in the back of an ice cream truck bouncing up First Avenue is not an easy way to eat a lobster roll.”
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Bill’s Bar & Burger Celebrates National Burger Month; Bouchon Bakery OpensPlus: Rye offers happy-hour specials, Cascabel serves takeout tequila snow cones, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  18. Empire Building
    Sara Jenkins Wants to Open Another PorchettaAnd possibly even a Lebanese restaurant!
  19. Openings
    What Sara Jenkins Will and Won’t Be Serving at PorsenaDon’t expect seasonal, painstakingly authentic Italian cuisine.
  20. The New York Diet
    Porchetta Chef Sara Jenkins Always Goes for the Salty Desserts“I grew up being totally obsessed with going to Maine and getting a lobster roll. Everything you eat when you’re a kid, you get very picky about it when you’re older. It’s got to be exactly the way you remember it.”
  21. In the Magazine
    Platt Visits the Mark, Recette; Prohibition Shaped Modern NightlifeAlso in this week’s magazine: Local goat cheese at the Greenmarket, and Sara Jenkins’s latest restaurant.
  22. Foodievents
    Foodies Storm the Armory for Village Voice Choice Eats732 deviled eggs served, a couple sucking face, and some restaurant intel.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Faustina Adds Lunch Service; Chocolate Extravaganza at 92nd Street YPlus: Gandhi opens in Prospect-Lefferts, and Chicca opens in Soho, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    Casa Tua Replaces La Pizzetta; Bar Henry Adds BrunchPlus: Choice Market now open late, and a historic St. Patrick’s Day beer class and tasting, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  25. Empire Building
    Porchetta and Zenkichi Get East Village Offspring?Two favorites eye new projects in the East Village.
  26. The Ultimate Delivery
    Operation Porchetta: How Sara Jenkins Fed the Marines in AfghanistanAfter a master sergeant Googled “best sandwich,” Sara Jenkins sprung into action.
  27. Community Boards
    New Freemans, Max Projects On TrackPlus, Porchetta may soon get beer.
  28. Lunch
    What to Eat at Drago Centro’s New Panini BarSix Italian sandwiches embrace the traditional and twisted.
  29. Menus
    Cecconi’s Andrea Cavaliere Brings Dover Sole and Porchetta to WeHoThree classic food preparations are now at Cecconi’s on special menu nights.
  30. Financial Woes
    Sara Jenkins’s Taxing OrdealShe has NY1 on her side!
  31. Foodievents
    What to Buy at the New Amsterdam Market, Opening This WeekendOlive-oil pastries, fresh tortillas, and barley-honey lollipops!
  32. What to Eat
    Porchetta AlertPorchetta options you might not have known about.
  33. Mediavore
    Pork-Heavy Restaurants Worry; Zutto SeizedPlus: the “gutter of Tribeca,” and Michael Anthony’s favorite cheap eats, all in our morning news roundup.
  34. User's Guide
    How to Make Sure the Sandwich Gods Smile Upon YouGetting there before closing time doesn’t mean you’ll be fed by Baoguette, Defonte’s, or Porchetta.
  35. Openings
    A Fine Day for SandwichesA couple of new sandwich carts, and Porchetta’s new special.
  36. Lists
    Where the Chefs EatA handful of chefs recall their favorite meals of the year.
  37. The Other Critics
    Time Out’s Favorite 100 Foods of the Year Are a Celebration ofBacon! Sausage! Pig tails!
  38. Mediavore
    Ryan Skeen Is Metromix’s Chef of the Year; NYC Hotel Bars Still GreatPlus: après-ski bars without the “ski,” all in our morning news roundup.
  39. The Other Critics
    Market Table Perfect for Winter; Corton Praise Piles OnOur weekly review roundup includes Allegretti, Irving Mill, Secession, and more.
  40. High on the Hog
    Back Forty Starts Serving Whole Hogs, Porchetta PlatesThe venerable Bo Ssäm is getting some stiff competition as the East Village’s most ostentatious meat dish.
  41. In the Magazine
    Recession-Ready Eats: Sandwiches, Sides, and Clam PiesIn the magazine this week: hot Alidoro sandwiches, cheap dumplings, Greenmarket cauliflower, and more.
  42. Openings
    Porchetta Ready to Take Your OrderIf you haven’t eaten lunch yet, call Porchetta.
  43. In the Magazine
    Batali TV; Platt on Sheridan SquareIn the magazine this week: Heilemann on Batali, one star for Sheridan Square, and new Italian takeout in the East Village.
  44. Neighborhood Watch
    Shake Shack Instates Line-Cutting and Heat Lamps; There’s Only One DB, and He’sCarroll Gardens: Renovations seem to be happening at Jason Neroni’s old haunt, Porchetta, but as of yet there are no reliable rumors about the new restaurant’s pedigree. [Eater] East Village: Tasty Falafel’s eight-cent sandwich deal set for this Friday might come with more than you bargained for, like the roach pictured in this order. [Eat for Victory/VV] Flatiron: Shake Shack now accepts phone-in orders that allow burger fiends to skip to the front of the line; plus, Meyer has added heat lamps for those eating in the park. [Eater] Forest Hills: Little Danny Brown’s db Wine Bar & Kitchen at 104-02 Metropolitan Avenue just lost a trademark battle to the original DB, Daniel Boulud. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] West Village: The trick to scoring a table at tiny, cozy, exceptional restaurants like the little owl: Show up late like Charlie Rose. [Mouthing Off/Food&Wine]
  45. NewsFeed
    One Restaurant Opening This Week Isn’t Enough for Alex Garcia These are busy days indeed for Nuevo Latino chef Alex Garcia. Having just opened Carniceria in the space formerly occupied by Porchetta, Garcia is about to open another restaurant, this one on Manhattan’s West Side. Gaucho Steak Co., which goes live today, is an Argentine steak concept based on the chef’s smaller establishment, Gaucho Steak, in Montclair, New Jersey. “In Argentina, if you want steak, they have a place called a parilla, which is just a guy behind the grill,” Garcia tells us. “He’ll make you a steak, French fries, chorizo on bread, whatever you want. It’s really casual, and that’s what we’re trying to do.” That plan seems to run counter to the fairly elaborate kind of cooking that established Garcia as an avatar of new Latin American cooking at Novo and Calle Ocho. However just as at Carniceria Garcia has found a way to express his style through the appetizers, presumably he’ll do something similar at Gaucho Steak. No Alex Garcia restaurant is ever likely to be really reminiscent of “a guy behind a grill.” Earlier: Porchetta Reborn as Carniceria, With Alex Garcia at the Helm
  46. NewsFeed
    Porchetta Reborn as Carniceria, With Alex Garcia at the HelmThe ghost of Jason Neroni has been banished from Porchetta. The Carroll Gardens restaurant is coming back today as Carniceria, a Latin American steakhouse helmed by Novo and Calle Ocho chef Alex Garcia. Garcia’s menu will center on Uruguayan free-range beef, but he also plans on sophisticated Nuevo Latino appetizers, including oxtail empanadas with tomato escabèche and rosemary Malbec sauce, and a seviche of scallops lightly poached in white wine. “We wanted to change direction and distance ourselves from what happened with Jason,” owner Marco Rivero tells us. Carniceria will be having a soft opening between 7 and 9 p.m. tonight and will formally open this weekend. Earlier: Porchetta Survives the ‘Desperate Chef’
  47. NewsFeed
    Porchetta Survives the ‘Desperate Chef’The rumors of Porchetta’s demise were premature. Jason Neroni, infamous first for lobbying for a Beard Award and then for forging his employer’s name on checks, was thought to have brought the whole operation down, but owner Marco Rivero tells us that the new kitchen head is as good as hired and should be signing a contract in the next day or so. He projects that the restaurant will reopen on May 7 with a new menu and a new lease on life. Neroni, meanwhile, lurks in the shadows … Earlier: Neroni Signed His Own Checks and Is Back on the Street for Now, Source Claims Porchetta Owners Claim Neroni Forged Their Signature
  48. Neighborhood Watch
    Porchetta Succumbs in Carroll GardensBedford-Stuyvesant: Heavenly Crumbs baker Shannon Pridgen demonstrates wedding-cake making in this sweet moving picture. [Eating for Brooklyn] Carroll Gardens: Looks like Porchetta has closed. No press release from Jason Neroni. Yet. [Eater] Ditmas Park: Connecticut Muffin coming to Cortelyou Road. [Living in Victorian Flatbush] Gramercy: 2007 James Beard nominee for outstanding wine service Charles Scicolone pours his ten favorite wines tomorrow night for a class at Vino, Italian Wine and Spirits. [Vinosite] Midwood: First tale of success from the Department of Health furor: DiFara’s Dom DeMarco wears a hat, and his pizza is better than ever. [Slice] Prospect Heights: Flatbush Farm will be barbecuing Saturday and Sunday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. [A Brooklyn Life] West Village: That’s it for mice getting in easy at the Waverly Inn. [Gothamist] Williamsburg: Beloved gourmet-breakfast emporium Egg buys out Sparky’s. [Gawker] A Koolman truck’s been spotted on Metropolitan Avenue. Repainting spotted after last month’s garage fire, but no word on whether anyone checked the ice cream. [Gowanus Lounge]
  49. Mediavore
    Car Plows Into Hop Kee; Neroni Keeps SpinningA car plows into the venerable Hop Kee restaurant in Chinatown. The restaurant is damaged, and one person is hurt. [Downtown Express] Izakaya invasion! The city now boasts everything from simple sake joints with food to full-blown small-plate restaurants. [NYDN] The official Times take on the Neroni Affair includes this classic quote, in defense of the Desperate Chef: “If Marco didn’t want anyone signing checks, including Jason, he should have put the checkbook in the safe.” [NYT]
  50. Beef
    Porchetta Owners Claim Neroni Forged Their SignatureMore info is filtering in on the Neroni Affair. Steven Hall, who has taken on the role of Neroni’s defender, passes along an admission from the Desperate Chef that, yes, he was fingerprinted, but that he was neither arrested nor Mirandized; authorities merely took a Polaroid of him, not the infamous mug shot. Neroni has affirmed that he often signed Marco Rivero’s name to checks with the owner’s permission, but Rivero’s wife and business partner, Shannon, denies this. “Jason signed his last two paychecks when he thought he was going to be fired, to make sure he got the money coming to him. Prior to that, of course not. I don’t know anybody that would let an employee do that.” Shannon reiterates that although she and her husband have no desire to hurt Neroni or, worse, get caught in an endless tabloid story, they have no intention of dropping the charges. Earlier: Jason Neroni Arrested, Taken Into Custody Neroni Is Indeed Free — for a Few Days, Anyway
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