Daniel Maurer

  1. Adios Ferran
    Adam Platt’s Epic Adventure at El BulliThe ‘New York’ restaurant critic experiences one last supper at El Bulli.
  2. Temporary Closings
    P & G Closes AgainThe Upper West Side fixture is “reopening right away under different people.”
  3. Health Concerns
    NYPD Busts the Balls of Nutcracker VendorsYour subway ride home is about to get way less enjoyable.
  4. Temporary Closings
    DOH Says ‘So Long, Mary Ann’s’; Ray’s Tries to ReopenThe “soulless ravenous beast of a city administration” is at it again!
  5. At the Movies
    Florent: Queen of the Meat Market Hits TheatersLogan Hill reviews the documentary on Florent Morellet.
  6. Friday Funnies
    This Is What We’ll Be Armed With When the Rapture Goes Down TomorrowRifles full of booze.
  7. The Great Outdoors
    Bark Hot Dogs Comes to Brooklyn Bridge Park TerraceA 200-seat outdoor café serving Sixpoint beers.
  8. Slideshow
    First Look at the Highliner’s Makeover of the Empire DinerA look inside: yay or nay?
  9. Foodievents
    Outdoor Food Festival Frenzy: Details on Epic SmorgasBurg and Brewers’The Brooklyn Flea throws a food blowout in Williamsburg, plus another on Governors Island.
  10. Booze News
    The Growlerfication of Chinatown Continues, at Our Favorite NewsstandThe quirky Canal St. Newsstand is the latest to get growlers.
  11. Chef Shuffle
    August Hires Hearth’s Jordan Frosolone As New ChefYour first look at the new dinner menu.
  12. Reopenings
    … Aaaaaand Rockaway Taco’s BackBee-lieve.
  13. Bookshelf
    Gramercy Tavern Finally Gets Its CookbookIt’s coming in 2013.
  14. Truckin’
    Cuban, Jamaican Trucks Hit the Streets“We tried the oxtail and the curry goat, and both were freakin fantastic.”
  15. Slideshow
    First Look at Hospoda, Serving ‘Contemporary Central European’ NextYorkville’s Bohemian National Hall gets a modern Czech restaurant.
  16. Openings
    Rouge Tomate Will Launch ‘Green’ Food Cart Off of Central ParkLocal! Sustainable! BLTs!
  17. Openings
    Leah Cohen Has a Southeast Asian Project and Will Preview It at LTOHey, it worked for another ‘Top Chef’ alum, Harold Dieterle.
  18. Disaster Averted
    Ed Mitchell Scared Us for a Second With This Butterball BusinessThe pitmaster is bringing turkey barbecue to the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party, but what about his coveted pork sandwiches?
  19. Booze News
    Brooklyn Brewery Debuts Milk & Honey–Inspired Beer; Brooklyn WineryBoth will be available next month.
  20. Slideshow
    First Look at Alfama, Bringing Portuguese to Midtown East on MondayThe onetime Portuguese favorite changes its look, location, and menu.
  21. Chef Shuffle
    Ryan Skeen Is No Longer Working at FishTag, Says PsilakisThe chef is said to have been dismissed last night.
  22. Openings
    Big Gay Ice Cream Prepares a ShopIt’ll open next month.
  23. Quote of the Day
    Celebrity Confessions of a Baked Potato ManRichard “Sweatin’ to the Oldies” Simmons pulls rank.
  24. App-etizing Launches AppGPS lets you place pickup orders, too.
  25. Marketing Gimmicks
    Kati Roll Company Asks: Where to Now?The chain wants customers to vote on its next location.
  26. Fireside Chats
    Eighteen Bewitchingly Self-Deprecating Moments From Keith McNally’s MarthaPlus: Balthazar London may be a no-go?
  27. Openings
    What You’ll Eat at the Highliner When It Fully Opens Next WeekThe former Empire Diner space is currently in preview mode.
  28. Openings
    What to Eat at Beekman Beer Garden Beach Club, Replacing Water Taxi Beach SSSFoosball, billiards, Ping-Pong, and La Frieda burgers at South Street Seaport.
  29. The Great Outdoors
    City Taps Don Pintabona to Operate Outdoor Café at Union Square PavilionThe decision was years in the making.
  30. El Gordo
    Oh, Gordon Ramsay Ate a Beating Snake Heart, That’s AllAnimal-rights activists are, of course, outraged.
  31. Closings
    Manhattan’s Most Important Restaurant Will CloseYou guessed it: Jekyll & Hyde.
  32. The Great Outdoors
    Babycakes, Blue Bottle Will Join Rockaway Taco and Friends on the BoardwalkMore details on the boardwalk bonanza!
  33. Empire Building
    Shake Shack Opens in D.C., Will Come to Battery Park City Next MonthAnd the downtown Brooklyn location is coming in the fall.
  34. Closings
    Elaine’s Will Close Next WeekNew owner Diane Becker gives up the ghost.
  35. Temporary Closings
    Ray’s Candy Store Gets Shut Down (Again!)Inspectors hit Ray Alvarez with $2,000 more in fines.
  36. Closings
    Fifty-Year-Old Joe’s Superette Is ClosingThe Carroll Gardens institution is taking its fried prosciutto balls with it.
  37. Slideshow
    First Look at 900 Degrees, Now Serving Neapolitan, Roman, and NYC PizzasThe folks behind San Francisco’s popular Tony’s Pizza Napoletana open in the West Village.
  38. Booze News
    Sweet Action Indeed! Sixpoint Is Now Available at Your Local BodegaBrooklyn’s draft-only beer hits the shelves.
  39. Now Delivering
    Introducing Savory, a Delivery-Only Restaurant Where the Caviar Couriers Wear“Our food couriers are really nice, friendly good guys who come to your door with a smile,” says a co-founder.
  40. Empire Building
    Vinegar Hill House Plans Next-Door CaféPlus: an update on the Rockaway Beach boardwalk project.
  41. Tune-In Notice
    Keith McNally Live!He’ll be on the air tonight.
  42. Closings
    Woo Lae Oak Is ClosingAt the end of the month.
  43. Temporary Closings
    Ray’s Candy Store Shut DownBy the Health Department.
  44. R.I.P.
    Nathan’s Pioneer DiesMurray Handwerker, son of Nathan, was 89.
  45. Crash
    Caffeine CrashAn update on the Frites N Meats truck, and a car crashes into a Starbucks.
  46. Slideshow
    First Look at the Beagle, an East Village Newcomer With a Portland PedigreeMatthew Piacentini, owner of Portland’s buzzy Clyde Common, opens a “produce-driven creative American” restaurant.
  47. Reopenings
    Max Fish ReopensSecurity guards will now record I.D.’s.
  48. Rock!
    Steve ‘Big Black’ Albini Is a Food Blogger and Brooks ‘BornThese days, the former front man of Rapeman is more of a rabe man.
  49. TV Land
    They Eat Horses, Don’t They? On Top Chef Canada, They Do!Controversy mounts in Canada, and here in the States, too.
  50. Openings
    Pickard and Wise Pitch Farm-to-Table ProjectsInteresting morsels from last night’s Community Board 2 SLA Licensing Committee meeting.
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