With breads from Roberta's, skewered lobster tails from Luke's Lobster, and lots of pricey produce, of course.
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"New York doesn't embrace chefs who come here without going all in," says Claus Meyer.
Albert Di Meglio returns to his Southern Italian roots.
Rider opens Monday for drinks and dinner.
Meyers Bageri is giving away free sourdough starters on weekends.
" ... This isn't a theme park, but a unique coffee shop with just hints of the TV show."
On Saturdays, Claus Meyer makes rugbrød, Danishes, and cinnamon buns.
A legal dispute with the landlord of the Clinton Hill location forced them to relocate Emmy Squared.
He'll oversee food operations at the William Vale Hotel.
The music venue relocated to Williamsburg in 2014.
From a former Eleven Madison Park sous-chef.
The first exhibition is called "Flavor: Making It and Faking It."
The flagship is now open on Wythe Avenue.
Whopcorn: buttered popcorn that's steeped in a sweet-cream base and has Whoppers folded into it.
The store will be open just blocks away from the forthcoming Whole Foods.
The restaurant will start serving pasta primavera and Long Island Iced Tea on Friday.
Joe's is coming to Williamsburg.
His new restaurant will be located in south Williamsburg.
Hiring Adam Leonti is quite a coup.
It's going to be called the Four Horsemen and it's scheduled to open in a couple of weeks.