Early admission and all.
Plus: Shockey on Caffe Storico, Oliver Strand on Caffe Bene, and more of this week's critical reviews.
"Shake Shack wasn’t even consistently inconsistent. Once when I ordered a double burger, one patty was browned all the way through while the other was the color of a ripe watermelon inside."
Plus: a Jeremy Lin milkshake, National Margarita Day, and more neighborhood news.
Felix Salmon looks at the many advantages of opening a Single-Serving Restaurant, a place that specializes in one thing and one thing only.
Mayor Bloomberg and Marty Markowitz will cut the ribbon on this momentous occasion.
A bakery and a barbecue joint are moving in at 345 Adams St.
At least, that's what they tell us.
"There's something about eating a burger in Southern California that makes me feel like I'm in Happy Days in the fifties or something."
"It was really cool. Google’s awesome. It’s fun to go into a room and speak with a bunch of 14-year-old millionaires. It makes me feel very wise. And old."
If all goes as expected, the Phils will win, and Vetri's going to have dinner at Eleven Madison Park.
Schnipper's looks more attractive than it sounds.
"I love egg yolks and I eat them all the time, I just don't like them cooked. Yuck. I like runny yolks."
Oscar Mayer and Ballpark may be battling in court over who makes a better dog, but we know there are way better dogs to be had across the country.
The burger joint gets a business boost, thanks to the famous foodie's Twitter following.
The 'Times' devotes some serious ink to Mr. Hospitality.
The community board green-lit a 62-spot seating area for the upcoming location.
No, but one manager at the iconic bar is concerned about Shake Shack's lines.