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Telepan

  1. Closings
    Esteemed Farm-to-Table Pioneer Telepan Has Closed“Like most restaurants, we operate with very small margins.”
  2. Grub Guide
    17 Excellent Options for Mother’s Day Brunch in New YorkDel Posto, Il Buco Alimentari, White Street, and more.
  3. Trendlet
    In Praise of the Patty MeltIt’s not a burger. It’s not a grilled cheese. It’s just delicious.
  4. Grub Guides
    The Very-Last-Minute Guide to Mother’s Day Brunch, Which Is ThisThe Dutch, Il Buco Alimentari, and Alder still have tables available.
  5. Leftovers
    Seder at Telepan; Rosette Launches BrunchPlus: Kaiseki Mondays at Brushstroke, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  6. Leftovers
    John Dory Oyster Bar’s Anniversary Celebration; Truffles at BouleyPlus: Telepan’s wine-pairing dinner, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  7. Opening Again
    First Look at the Revamped Telepan, Opening Again on the Upper West SideThe hOmE team designed the new interior.
  8. Quote of the Day
    Bill Telepan on Food Television and Show-Off ChefsHe’d rather stay in the kitchen than sell cookware on QVC.
  9. Leftovers
    Toast Repeal Day at Buttermilk Channel; Lucky Strike Lanes is ReopeningPlus, a tree-lighting at Rosemary’s, the Gowanus Nite Market, Barolo at Italian Wine Merchants, and a lot more in today’s leftovers.
  10. Leftovers
    Momofuku Milk Bar Coming to Montauk; Aldea Celebrating Portugal DayPlus: Polenta-palooza in Williamsburg, Brother Jimmy’s BBQ in Long Island grocery stores, and more of today’s leftovers.
  11. Food Tour
    Ramp-age: Bill Telepan Ranks the City’s Newest Ramp Dishes“Ramps are f*cking awesome. And we only have them for six weeks.”
  12. Neighborhood Watch
    Five Tacos Opens on St. Marks; Top Hops Beer Shop Debuts on OrchardPlus: complimentary sake at Kibo, new Indian in Forest Hills, and more neighborhood news.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Benefit Concert Tonight for D.J. Jonathan Toubin; Brunch Ramps up at Nights &Plus: Fire at ‘Lil Frankies, further latke madness, and more neighborhood news.
  14. Foodievents
    And So, Another Restaurant Week Is Upon UsSome of the top picks for $24.07 lunches and $35 dinners.
  15. Health Concerns
    Impress Your Date With the Off-Menu MyPlate Dish at TelepanThere’s one at Felidia, too.
  16. Openings
    The Latest Pop-up, Telepan Tribeca, Pops Up April 27Not one to let the great pop-up craze pass him by, chef Bill Telepan establishes temporary residency next week at Pécan.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    John Dory Snags Belon Oysters; Toloache Tacqueria Starts Delivering DowntownPlus: Cochon 555 comes to town, Juventino is now serving alcohol, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Beba Launches Late-Day Brunch; Egyptian Espresso Comes to Ditmas ParkPlus more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  19. Beef
    Thomas Keller’s Feathers Are Unruffled by Foie Gras ProtestersThe Per Se chef is the latest to face criticism from the the Animal Protection and Rescue League.
  20. Video Feed
    Dish Demo: Telepan’s Passover AmuseNot your bubbe’s gefilte fish, that’s for sure.
  21. Beef
    Ducking Controversy: Telepan Readies for Visit From Pâté PoliceThe foie gras protesters who visited Momofuku are back. But do they have the right guy?
  22. Farm to Restaurant
    Farm to Restaurant: Macoun ApplesHow Locust Grove Farm’s apples are served at Butter and Telepan.
  23. User's Guide
    Brown-bag It Like a Chef’s KidWhat chefs put in their kids’ lunch bags.
  24. Food Politics
    Telepan Earns Merit Badge for Switching to Grass-Fed Beef BurgerAnimal Welfare Approved seeks to point us to meat sources that are “healthy, safe, environmentally responsible, and humanely raised.”
  25. Video Feed
    Your TV Dinner Is Served! All the Food Videos You’d Ever Want to WatchOver 400 videos of restaurant tours, recipe demos, shopping tours, chef interviews, and more!
  26. Foodievents
    Kiddie Foodies Get a Restaurant Week of Their OwnPlus, Gael Greene gives advice to the latest 10-year-old who wants to be a critic.
  27. Recession Is Your Friend
    Eat Telepan’s Burger at Sunday SupperThe Platt-approved hamburger crosses over from the lunch menu.
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    “Beach Brawl” at Beer Island; Tomato Farmer Hosts at TelepanFive Guys opening is like “a cow fart,” and Southern Hospitality owner fights FiDi residents for a liquor license, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  29. Foodievents
    New Taste of the UWS Reminds Us to Eat UptownUpper West Siders are dismayed to learn of delayed openings for Kefi 2.0 and Shake Shack!
  30. NewsFeed
    Telepan Settles Year-Old Labor LawsuitFour employees settle with Bill Telepan in a dispute over pooled tips.
  31. Back of the House
    New York Chefs Confront Rising Food Costs With Whip and ChairFood costs go up and up, but prices — especially high ones — aren’t supposed to. Given that the rent in most New York restaurants isn’t going to come down anytime soon, this creates a problem for owners. The Wall Street Journal did an excellent feature on this subject on Saturday, showing how some restaurants were dealing with it — Blue Water Grill’s selling beef trimmings as part of a chipotle roll, for example, or Ssäm Bar’s dropping truffles. But we were curious about how some of the other chefs we know, particularly those with a well-heeled clientele, are making do. So we asked around, and here’s what we heard.
  32. Ask a Waiter
    Winston Gitonga Serves Takeout to Britney, Discourages Buddha Climbers at Tao A couple of years after he started working at Tao in 2003, Winston Gitonga and two colleagues founded Shiftdrink, a Website with insider information on restaurant working conditions written by and for industry professionals. When he’s not running his Website (now up to 2,800 members), Gitonga is flashing his wedding ring and keeping customers from climbing the Buddha at Tao.
  33. VideoFeed
    Inside the Greenmarket With Produce Master Bill Telepan Few chefs are better known for their devotion to seasonal vegetables than Bill Telepan; his eponymous Upper West Side restaurant is one of the city’s foremost temples of Haute Barnyard. Here Telepan guides us through the springtime Greenmarket while offering up tips and opinions. Related: Manhattan Gets Fresh [NYM]
  34. Back of the House
    Telepan, Too, Faces Labor StrifeSpeaking of labor troubles, Bill Telepan seems to be the latest chef-owner to have them on his hands. NY1 reports that workers at Telepan, his Upper West Side Haute Barnyard restaurant, are incensed at management’s taking big chunks of their tips. “They’re actually stealing from what their employees are making,” a former waitress is quoted as saying. Telepan, reached by phone, denies the charges but says he’s not ready to go on the record yet with any details. Telepan Under Fire for Tipping Managers [NY1 via Eater] Earlier: The Heartening Backstory of the Deliveryman Rebellion
  35. The In-box
    I Will Lose the Love of My Family Without Creamed Chipped BeefDear Grub Street, Please help me find a restaurant that serves creamed chipped beef for brunch. My friends and relatives from Philly refuse to visit unless I have one lined up. (I personally do not eat creamed chipped beef — it’s way too scary-looking.)K.M.
  36. Back of the House
    Restaurants Not Feeling the Love Last Night; Menu Secrets Kept From RiffraffA brutal Valentine’s Day for New York restaurants, battered by cancellations owing to the lousy weather. [WCBS] Many of the city’s best restaurants have off-the-menu specials: foie gras donuts at Telepan, Daniel Boulud’s lobster ravioli at Le Cirque, and more, all revealed here. [Restaurant Girl] Chocolate, of all things, turns out to be New York’s No. 1 specialty-food export — if you eat it on the East Coast, chances are it came from here. Food processing is “by far the most stable major manufacturing sector” in the city, and one of the last. [NYT]
  37. Three Blocks
    Docs and Journos Get the Greenmarket and Kosher Classics Around 70th andThe micro-micro-neighborhood centered around 70th Street and Columbus Avenue boasts upscale haunts and casual wine bars for private-practice doctors, ABC staffers, and Apple Bank employees, while the area’s cozy cafés cater to freelancers and thirtysomething stroller-pushers.
  38. In the Magazine
    Where to Eat 2007: The Lazy Man’s GuideWhere to Eat 2007, Adam Platt’s panoramic look at the New York restaurant scene, is a lot to digest (ahem) — thousands of words on the city’s best foods, high and low, from the big-box extravaganzas that constitute “Vegas on the Hudson” to the fetishized beef slabs that are “Designer Steaks.” As much as we enjoyed the essays, though, it’s the blurby lists, of course, that we went to first. Here are some highlights.
  39. NewsFeed
    Show Them the Money: New York Chefs Make New Year’s Resolutions Being typical office drones, our New Year’s resolutions were fairly predictable: lose weight, use our time better, quit freebasing Lipitor. Thankfully, a few of the city’s chefs have shared some of theirs with us.
  40. The Gobbler
    The Haute Barnyard Hall of FameNew York magazine restaurant critic Adam Platt files periodic musings for Grub Street, under the pseudonym the Gobbler. Haute Barnyard restaurants like the Tasting Room have been around for a while now, but the phrase is new — so new, in fact, that the Gobbler is the only one using it. Therefore it requires a little elaboration. All Haute Barnyard restaurants are Greenmarket establishments, of course, their menus more or less dictated by the rhythms of the season. New York’s versions of the genre, however, have evolved their own highly self-conscious style.
  41. NewsFeed
    Meet Pawpaw for Dinner Tonight at SavoyThere are some southern specialties all the world loves, as our guide to local gulf-shrimp dishes makes clear. But some of these regional foods rarely make it past the Mason-Dixon line. Tonight, New Yorkers get the chance to sample an obscure treat: pawpaw, a large, tasty fruit, used in a variety of dishes. Savoy is hosting the second annual Betsy Lydon Slow Food Ark USA Award dinner. (Appropriately enough, the name’s a real mouthful.) Southern preparations like rabbit burgoo and Kentucky ham will complement pawpaw daiquiris and ice cream, as well as other recipes made with North America’s native tropical fruits. (The dinner, which costs $150, including tax and tip, starts at 6:30 p.m.) In honor of the pawpaw, here’s our list of five of the most delicious southern foods you’ll find in New York.