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Stephen Starr

  1. reopenings
    Pastis Will Officially Reopen — and Stephen Starr Is InvolvedThe Meatpacking District restaurant will open in a new location next year.
  2. Openings
    Le Coucou Opens With Lobster, Caviar, and Veal TongueFancy cooking from Daniel Rose, who made a name for himself in Paris.
  3. Coming Soon
    Can an American Chef Who Made His Name in Paris Find Success in New York?Chicago-born chef Daniel Rose has never cooked in the States. Now he’s moving his whole family from Paris to Manhattan to open an ambitious project.
  4. Bummers
    The Pope’s Visit Was Actually a Financial Disaster for Restaurants“This affected business worse than Hurricane Sandy.”
  5. Openings
    The Clocktower, Stephen Starr’s New Hotel Restaurant, Opens on SaturdayBritish chef Jason Atherton has a great reputation.
  6. Openings
    Stephen Starr Brings Frito Pie Burritos to New YorkEl Vez Burrito will open in Battery Park City.
  7. Openings
    What to Eat at UplandPasta, pizza, and bone-in aged steak.
  8. Coming Soon
    Justin Smillie and Stephen Starr’s Restaurant Now Has a NameIt’ll serve sprouted chickpea croquettes and lamb belly.
  9. Chef Shuffle
    Justin Smillie and Stephen Starr Partner UpThey’re opening a restaurant inside the former Manzanilla space.
  10. Openings
    What to Eat at El Vez, Stephen Starr’s Battery Park City RestaurantBuild-your-own tacos, oxtail enchiladas, and margaritas.
  11. Interviews
    Stephen Starr on El Vez and the Cutthroat World of Restaurant Real Estate“There’s only so much you can do when the rents are 70, 80, 100,000 a month …”
  12. Empire Building
    Always Sunny: How Big-Name New York Chefs Found a New Platform for Success inMomofuku’s Peter Serpico and Torrisi’s Eli Kulp are leading the charge.
  13. Coming Soon
    Looks Like El Vez Is Opening SoonThey’re calling it an “intense restaurant opening.”
  14. Quest Explains It All
    Questlove Explains Closing Hybird on Facebook, Sort Of“I’m about nothing if I’m not about ideas.”
  15. Closings
    Questlove’s Hybird Closes in Chelsea MarketThe fried-drumstick stand has reportedly already cleared out of the space.
  16. The Other Critics
    Inquirer Critic Head Over Heels With Serpico in PhillyThe former Momofuku chef is “one of the most thrilling culinary minds to land in Philly in years.”
  17. Leftovers
    PKNY’s Closing Party; Ssäm Bar Comes to ZahavPlus: $1 coffee at Bluestone, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  18. Empire Building
    Stephen Starr Taking Fatty Crab National, Beginning With Washington, D.C.Everybody’s about to get Fatty.
  19. Coming Soon
    This Fall, Stephen Starr Finds Out How to Get to Carnegie HallPractice, of course. And tuna tataki.
  20. Openings
    What to Eat at Hybird, Questlove and Stephen Starr’s Fried-Chicken Spot inAlso serving dumplings and “Sexual Chocolate” cupcakes.
  21. Reopenings
    Pizza Prayers Answered: Lorenzo & Sons Is Two Weeks Away From Reopening on SouthLike a pizza-making Phoenix, Lorenzo’s will rise from its own ashes.
  22. Lists
    Stateside Missing From Food & Wine’s East Passyunk Ave. List;If the buzz hasn’t already been blown up for Serpico, it is now.
  23. Coming Soon
    Stephen Starr and Questlove Opening ‘Hybird’ in Chelsea MarketMaybe the second one will land in Philly.
  24. Rumors
    Midtown Village’s Bogus Thirteen Street Bistro Could Be Going HipCityVegIn recent years the dirty old jiggle joint was gussied up and affixed with a fake sign out front.
  25. Starr Power
    Stephen Starr Says He’s ‘Addicted’ to Opening RestaurantsThe restaurateur has more deals in the pipeline.
  26. Chef Shuffle
    Matt Moon Let Go From Saint JamesThe chef’s been bounced around quite a bit over the past year or so.
  27. Coming Soon
    What You Missed at Southwark’s Peter Serpico DinnerSerpico told us that the menu is similar to what he will serve at his restaurant when it opens.
  28. Coming Soon
    Peter Serpico Previews New Philly Restaurant, Reveals (a Few) More DetailsDavid Chang’s former right-hand man says his forthcoming restaurant will be American rather than Asian.
  29. Taxes
    Will the Actual Value Initiative Kill Philly’s Restaurant Boom?There appears to be no rhyme or reason to the newly updated property value assessments, but one thing’s for certain: restaurants are going to have shell out a lot more dough.
  30. Foodievents
    Tickets Still Available For Tonight’s StarChef’s Gala at the KimmelIt’s the first time since 2004 that the industry publications has focused on Philadelphia, its chefs and restaurants.
  31. Beer Me
    Fette Sau Rolling Out Barrels of Custom Brewed Beers This WeekFor the first tapping, both beers will be offered at special low price.
  32. The Other Critics
    ‘Fork-Tender’ Pork Belly Is Fette Sau’s ‘Best Cut ofRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  33. Bars
    Breaking: Apparently Speakeasy-Style Bars Are Having a MomentNo doubt the city’s craft cocktail movement still has legs to stagger on, but this whole speakeasy schtick is yesterday’s news.
  34. Coming Soon
    Stephen Starr Is Opening Up at the New York Botanical GardenThe restaurateur will open a café and restaurant, and his group will helm on-site catering events.
  35. Collaborations
    Ill Pittore Collaboration Pairs Peter Serpico and Chris PainterThe two chefs will riff on Italian cuisine through eight courses.
  36. Restaurant Review
    Platt: At Tribeca Canvas, the Once Over-the-Top Morimoto Scales DownThis is not the kind of restaurant we’re used to seeing from the glamorous Iron Chef and sushi master.
  37. Restaurant Week
    Restaurant Week and Unsanctioned Deals Inspired By It Kick Off SundayWith the return of the Center City District’s twice-annual dining promotion comes rogue restaurant deals.
  38. Year In Review
    Five Ways Dining Changed in Philadelphia in 2012Though the bar’s set higher for gastropubs, there’s still plenty of room for fine and fun dining.
  39. Empire Building
    Sophia’s Will Be the First of Several Restaurants Christopher Lee Opens HereAfter Sophia’s, the chef wants to pick up where he last left off at Striped Bass with a new seafood concept.
  40. Beer Me
    Route 6 Ale Goes on Tap TonightThe new brew was made exclusively for the restaurant by Dock Street.
  41. Menus
    Pod Drops New Menus; Introduces Late Night Happy HourLate night happy hours will run from 9 p.m. to closing.
  42. The Other Critics
    The Cambridge ‘Showed Potential’; Dandelion’s Croquettes AreRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews.
  43. Exports
    Starr Bringing El Vez to New York’s Financial DistrictIn Philly, the original El Vez served as the launch pad for Jose Garces, and counts Top Chef contender Mike Isabella as an alum.
  44. Leftovers
    Four & Twenty Blackbirds Launches Online Ordering; Thomas Keller Offers His TakePlus, a pop-up from Dallis Bros. Coffee, Stephen Starr heads to BPC, Ryan Skeen cooks brunch, and a bunch more in today’s leftovers.
  45. Food TV
    Starr and Garces Noticeably Missing From Last Night’s The LayoverSo much of the episode was dead-on, but two of this town’s biggest players were not featured.
  46. Foodies With Benefits
    ’Tis the Season to Be TottySince gift giving is a two-way street, Starr’s offering complimentary tater tots in exchange for toy donations.
  47. Openings
    Now Open: District 611, Serving Wood-Fired Pizzas and Lots More In Riverton, NJThe new pizza joint’s been open for more than a week.
  48. Video Feed
    Stephen Starr on the Fiscal Cliff: Keep Calm and Continue Eating and DrinkingStarr’s plans for 2013 are to keep going about his business.
  49. Bars
    Fergie’s Pub Celebrates Its 18th Anniversary TonightBack when Fergie’s opened the neighborhood didn’t have restaurants from Stephen Starr, Marc Vetri, and Marcie Turney.
  50. Menus
    Chris Painter Introduces Tasting Menus at Il PittoreGoing forward the menus will change as ingredients come in and out of season.
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