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Vetri

  1. Chef Shuffle
    The Williamsburg Hotel Has Plucked a Vetri Alum to Run Its KitchenHiring Adam Leonti is quite a coup.
  2. Accolades
    Vetri’s Adam Leonti Lands a Spot on Forbes ‘30 UnderLeonti often posts drool-woorthy photos to Twitter under the handle VetriCucina.
  3. Lists
    Buddakan Back on Top In the Latest Zagat SurveyAside from this minor shakeup, the book reads just like any other year’s.
  4. Accolades
    Vetri Culinary Juggernaut Rolls Into Bon Appetit; Nighttime Is theVetri, and one of his proteges gets named, and the Khyber owners are kings of late night.
  5. Prix Fixes
    Vetri Ups the Prix Fixe AnteIt should be interesting to see if Le Bec fires back.
  6. The Other Media
    Advocate Gives Props to Still Unopened Hop Sing LaundromatThough the magazine picks it as a best bet for visiting Philly, it’s still not yet open.
  7. Coming Soon
    The Industry to Replace Shuttered Witch In PennsportThe new spot celebrates all those who make the city’s restaurants so amazing, and all those who love them.
  8. The Other Critics
    Hell’s Bells: Le Bec-Fin and Lacroix Downgraded; Zahav and Bibou Ascend toNo doubt the report delivers some surprises, but it’s hardly an outright condemnation of fine dining.
  9. The Other Critics
    Ding Dong: LaBan to Drop a Fifth Four BellWho’s up and who’s down? Let us know what you think.
  10. Interviews
    Joe Beef’s Frederic Morin on His New Book, Billionaire Farmers, andWe caught up with Frederic Morin, one-half of the team behind Montreal’s super-popular Joe Beef.
  11. Celebrity Settings
    Chris Tucker Turns Up at the Palm; Guess Where Bourdain Ate?Tucker is latest star of the still-in-production ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ to dine at the Palm.
  12. Rumors
    Does Vetri Have His Sights Set on Atlantic City?Unlike the other chef participating in Savor Borgata, Vetri doesn’t have a restaurant in Atlantic City… yet.
  13. Empire Building
    Vetri Sets His Sights on the SuburbsWhether or not a liquor license is secured, Vetri and company are hunting for a suburban location.
  14. Wagers
    Marc Vetri Bets on a Phillies WinIf all goes as expected, the Phils will win, and Vetri’s going to have dinner at Eleven Madison Park.
  15. Slideshow
    Appetizing Autumn: 15 Things We Can’t Wait to Sink Our Teeth Into ThisCheck out what’s going to be on every restaurant diner’s lips this season.
  16. Foodievents
    Osteria Pairs Beer and Cheese TonightThe pairing serves as a little taste of what to expect next year at Alla Spina.
  17. Bookshelf
    Marc Vetri’s ‘Rustic Italian Food’ Is a More StraightforwardThe new book is geared toward home cooks, but Vetri says it also offers some challenging recipes.
  18. Openings
    Zeppoli Opens in Collingswood TomorrowThe new BYOB from Vetri/Chez Panisse alum Joey Baldino brings Sicilian style dishes to Collingswood’s restaurant row.
  19. Foodies With Benefits
    Here Comes FEASTIVAL AgainMore than 75 of Philly restaurants are participating in this year’s fundraiser.
  20. Foodies With Benefits
    Vetri and Co. Cook Up the Stuff of Dreams For Disadvantaged YouthThe restaurant vets provided lunches that met federal guidelines and came in at less than $3 per child.
  21. Foodievents
    Top Chef’s Jen Carroll Works Blue For Amis’ Industry Night PartyThe ribald themed party will have a Jersey Shore vibe, and lots of breasts, thighs and legs jokes.
  22. Empire Building
    Stephen Starr Moves Forward on New York Historical Society RestaurantOne of the two restaurants that Starr promised earlier this year appears to be making progress.
  23. Foodievents
    Amis Hosts Gabrielle Hamilton For Its Monthly Industry Night TonightTonight the Amis crew will celebrate the work of chef-author Gabrielle Hamilton with a lamb roast inspired by her book.
  24. Menu Changes
    Tonight Vetri Goes All Prix Fixe All the TimeStarting tonight Vetri will only offer prix fixe tasting menus.
  25. Foodies With Benefits
    Monk’s Raises $4,000 For Alex’s LemonadeThrough sales of Russian River beers and generous donations, Monk’s raised thousands of dollars for the charitable organization today.
  26. Menu Changes
    With Scrapple, Traditions Mingle at AmisBrad Spence puts an Italian spin on the Pennsylvania Dutch delicacy.
  27. Menu Changes
    Long Live Fine Dining: Vetri Eighty-Sixes A La CarteThe changes buck the trends that have other restaurants going more casual.
  28. Coming Soon
    FarmShop’s Finally Coming In The Next Few WeeksJeff Cerciello’s super-sourced, Brentwood bucolic will open with executive chef Joshua Drew in the kitchen.
  29. Menus
    Vetri Introduces New Autumn MenusThe new menus will change slightly as the season advances, but the tasting and grand tasting menus will remain the same.
  30. Beefs
    Chefs Have Gripes About Restaurant WeekChefs Grub Street spoke with have much to moan about.
  31. Accolades
    Amada Dethrones Buddakan in the Latest Zagat SurveyBuddakn was the reigning champion for as long as anyone can remember.
  32. Chef Shuffle
    Vetri Hires Joey Baldino as Chef de CuisineThe chef has worked with Vetri on and off for ten years.
  33. Menus
    Amis Scrounges Up Small BitesThe menu of small, tasty bar snacks is available Monday through Friday from 5 to 6 p.m.
  34. Rumor Mill
    Le Bec-Fin May or May Not Be on the MarketWhile realtors have it listed, Perrier is denying its for sale.
  35. Chef Shuffle
    Trevor Budny Enters Rouge, Matt Levin Not Exiting YetThe new chef will not replace Matt Levin, yet.
  36. The Food Chain
    Marc Vetri’s Charcuterie Reminds Sueños Chef Sue Torres of Her“We have so many ways we make charcuterie - we have to just rotate them in all the time.”
  37. The Other Magazines
    Tom Colicchio Finds Vetri’s ‘Impossibly Thin’ Pastas Quite Capable ofThe Top Chef visits the Philly area