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Blaze Pizza secures funding to spread franchise across the country, while Umami's shogun will likely have a more patient approach.
Police have renewed charges against the restaurateur accused of forcing his girlfriend to miscarry.
Joshua Woodward faces life in jail.
There's still no word on what chef Andrew Kirschner will prepare for his fans.
The chef will return to his locavore roots, with a new restaurant coming to Baldwin Hills.
Former Russian Tea Room chef Gary Robins, hot off a fall pop-up, will do the Korean-inspired cooking here.
The Table 8 redo will strike a "conspicuously informal tone."
The Scarpetta chef is the latest Bowery boy.
Plus, Xi'an Famous Foods makes it to Manhattan, and Plump Dumpling relocates, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
"Page Six" thinks Scott Conant's Scarpetta will take the space.
Plus: Meet the Meatball Shop, and Trestle on Tenth does fondue, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
Time Out makes a case that Chicago's being invaded by west coast trends. We put it to the test.
Police confront Joshua Woodward in a sting operation.
Joshua Woodward of Table 8 and 8 Oz. is still under investigation for murder, though not formally charged.
A restaurateur is arrested for murder in Los Angeles.
Eric Ripert has raised $72,000 for charity by donating a buck per customer.
Why the newest crop of hotel restaurants could succeed.