Nick Morgenstern of the General Greene moves to the East Village.
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The menu reads part fish shack, but also delves into Mid-Atlantic Americana and beyond.
Plus, Butcher Bay isn't opening as soon as hoped.
The short-lived East Village favorite will reopen in about a month as a “seafood pub.”
CB3 votes on Seymour Burton, Mercury Dime, and Dixon Place.
Sasha Petraske's coffee shop may not be getting wine; E.U. looks good for outdoor booze.
Seymour Burton owner Adam Cohn announced today that his restaurant will reinvent itself later this fall. In an interview with Grub Street, Cohn shares plans for his new, unnamed venture; his hopes for a new "truck stop"–style burger; and why Seymour Burton couldn't fill seats.
A handful of sit-down restaurants hoping to cash in on summer ice-cream cravings have started selling creamy, pastry chef–approved servings to go. We sampled their results, and offered our own superlatives.
An after-hours feeding station comes to East 5th Street.
On Eater, Seymour Burton owner Adam Cohn tells the story of the rise of the city's hottest new hamburger.