It's a favorite among local politicians.
Service runs from 7 a.m. to midnight, and there are plated dishes.
"I like that there is something ridiculous about the idea — so that you can't take it too seriously."
It's opening in November.
"We want to take what we're doing at Mott Street and kick it up a notch."
The celebrated Tribeca tasting counter will remain a destination for high-caliber, nature-inspired cooking.
New chef Kerry Heffernan hails from Eleven Madison Park.
The 32-year-old will take over after Matthew Lightner leaves next month.
And at Upland, Justin Smillie tries to go home again.
There's kale in the ravioli.
New York loses another great restaurant to rent hikes.
How did a talented bread man end up opening a fantastic new bakery in the lobby of 40 Worth Street?
The chef's a Danny Meyer disciple.
"Dessert should not be an obstacle course."
It opens in September.
There will be "a bit of the old with lots of new."
Soup, salad, sandwich. Maybe all three?
The restaurant is 5,000 square feet.