"I have the palate of a 5-year-old."
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The owner offers insight into his forthcoming projects with Nancy Silverton, Walter Manzke, and Neal Fraser.
Walter sounds off on his embrace of bistronomics.
Campanile plans to close November 30, while its chef-owner considers his next move.
A deal to sell the business to Bill Chait could go through as early as December.
The celebrated chef, restaurant-less for the last year and a half, will cook for one night on September 7.
Guests will get an early taste of MessHall, Republique, and Connie and Ted's, possibly along with some verboten liver.
The chef is biding his time before opening Republique by working with Nancy Silverton and the chef at Short Order.
The chefs will duke it out over four savory courses and two desserts using U.S. lamb and sheep's milk.
The bistronomics concept will be paired alongside a bakery from Margarita Manzke.