Mama said knock you out! Or at least fix you a strong drink.
The chef first announced plans for the restaurant in 2010.
The Santa Cruz–based company will be here for three months.
The chef will open a new restaurant in the space where he worked for many years.
Three dozen raw oysters and a breakfast julep: There's never been a better hang-over cure.
Proceeds will be used to establish a scholarship for the children of the late restaurateur.
Colin Devlin’s death was a reminder of how much the neighborhood has changed since his restaurant first opened.
Williamsburg, so much to answer for.
It includes foie gras with spiced strawberry gelée!
"Authentically inauthentic Jewish and Japanese food."
The retailer appeared on CB1 Brooklyn's monthly meeting agenda this week.
The Lower East Side is not the same place it was in 1989.
Macaroni and cheese comes with a Ritz Cracker crust.
The restaurant will open in the King & Grove hotel this spring.
The cause of the blaze has not yet been determined.
A visit to nonna's house, and some cannolis.