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Charlie Palmer

  1. reopening
    New York Chefs Are Prepping — and Praying — for a Blockbuster Thanksgiving“I’m trying to be extremely, extremely optimistic.”
  2. Leftovers
    Court Street Grocers Delivers; Beautique Serves Australian Black TrufflesPlus, Long Island Bar makes dinner available all the time, Sweetgreen serves Kaizen Trading’s sunflower hozon, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  3. Chef Shuffles
    Charlie Palmer Hires New Chef for Burritt Tavern, Aims to Make the MenuThe restaurant attached to the Burritt Room will get some lighter fare.
  4. Foodievents
    Meet Charlie Palmer and Check Out Berlinetta at a Party Next WeekIt’s $55 per person.
  5. The Other Critics
    Rodell Wrassles Down Black Hogg; Gold Tackles Tex-Mex at Bar AmaElsewhere, Brad A. Johnson suggests skipping the tasting menu and goling straight for the escargot shumai at Charlie Palmer.
  6. Foodievents
    Pigs & Pinot 2013: Elizabeth Falkner, Jose Garces, and Craig Stoll Join LineupAlso, David Bazirgan, John Paul Carmona, and Evan Rich will be guesting down the street that weekend at Spoonbar for a Swine & Wine dinner.
  7. Steak-Gate
    The Bourdains’ Lousy Steak Was at Charlie Palmer; Palmer ApologizesHandled with class (and not even kidding).
  8. Lunch
    Burritt Tavern Launches LunchIt’s only weekdays, FYI.
  9. Openings
    What to Eat at Burritt Tavern, Opening TonightSee the opening menu for Charlie Palmer’s first S.F. restaurant.
  10. Previews
    Burritt Tavern to Open April 9; Palmer Plots More Hotel TakeoversPalmer and City Core developers are looking at ‘a few more hotels’ in S.F.
  11. Previews
    Charlie Palmer’s Burritt Tavern Nears; Burritt Room Closes for RenovationsThe new tavern from team Palmer takes its name from the bar, and the alley that used to serve as the hotel’s entrance.
  12. Foodievents
    Lottery Opens for Pigs & Pinot TicketsYou have a week to put your name in the hat for hotel-stay packages.
  13. Foodievents
    Charlie Palmer Adds Guy Fieri to Cast of Characters at Pigs & PinotGet tickets while their hot!
  14. Empire Building
    Charlie Palmer Is Opening a ‘Chef-Driven’ Boutique HotelHe and his developer-partner will be taking over the Crescent Hotel on Stockton Street.
  15. Rumor Mill
    Charlie Palmer Just Might Be Opening a Restaurant at the Crescent HotelIt’s still at the rumor stage, but there’s a very clear liquor license app going in.
  16. Foodies With Benefits
    Score a Deep Discount for Plate-By-Plate at J Lounge$100 tickets will be offered to one of the town’s biggest tasting events for one night only next Friday.
  17. Openings
    Fundamental LA Opens Monday on Westwood Blvd. For Gourmet SandwichesAn upscale sandwich shop with a former Melisse staffer in the kitchen, there may also be foie gras and peach pizza.
  18. Foodievents
    Today’s Chefs All Basically Adore Paul Bocuse — and Who Can BlameKind words from Thomas Keller, Eric Ripert, Charlie Palmer, and more.
  19. Foodievents
    Scenes From the Sixth Annual Pigs & PinotThe event is now the hottest ticket since Prince was in town.
  20. Foodievents
    Enter Lottery By Tomorrow to Snag a Pigs & Pinot PackageThe lottery ends just before midnight January 12, and will still cost you two grand.
  21. Chef Shuffle
    Chris Lee Is Coming Back to PhillyThe one time Striped Bass chef is scouting locations for a new restaurant.
  22. Chef Shuffle
    Aureole Replaces Chris Lee With Christophe BellancaWas it a foregone conclusion?
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Laurent Quenioux Joins Vertical Wine Bar; Staff Shakeup at XandrosThe Bistro LQ chef does double duty while the new Greek finds itself with a revolt over payroll.
  24. Other Cities
    Charlie Palmer’s DG Burger Has Nothing to Do With Daniel Boulud’s DBAnd that’s just the beginning of the confusion.
  25. Openings
    Tweed to Open ThursdayThe farm-fresh-focused menu will feature interpretations of American classic dishes.
  26. The Other Critics
    Bauer Slams Dry Creek Kitchen; Gold Gobbles Up the Chicken at Green ChileBauer has not much nice to say about Dustin Valette’s execution at Palmer’s Dry Creek Kitchen; Amanda Gold says not so much about Green Chile Kitchen except that it’s bigger.
  27. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Pigs & Pinot in HealdsburgOur favorite dish of this very porky weekend was one of the subtlest: a Jerusalem artichoke soup from Tyler Florence, garnished with lardons.
  28. Interviews
    Charlie Palmer Loves San Francisco Too Much to Open a Restaurant Here“I just love it too much, you know? If I had a place [in SF] I’d be working, and then it wouldn’t be any fun anymore.”
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Canteen 2301 Opens in Boyle Heights; Pioneer Scrapped in Echo ParkTwo coffee shops open in L.A. while a Hollywood lounge violates an alcohol law.
  30. Foodievents
    Jeremy Fox To Appear at Cochon 555 This WeekendThe elusive Mr. Fox makes his first public appearance since leaving his post at Ubuntu.
  31. Slideshow
    Meet the Pigs of Pigs & Pinot FameFor the very popular pork-fest this year, two very adorable pigs are being raised close to home.
  32. Top Chef Alumni Newsletter
    Top Chef Popularity Overwhelms Charlie PalmerDue to a computer error, far more tickets were sold than there is space at this year’s event.
  33. Foodievents
    Pigs & Pinot Tickets Go On Sale Tomorrow
  34. Chef Shuffle
    Dry Creek Kitchen Taps Sonoma Native as ChefDustin Valette tapped new chef de cuisine at the Charlie Palmer restaurant.
  35. Presidential Eats
    Marcus Samuelsson May Make Rare White House Kitchen CameoIt’s said the chef has been tapped to cook at a state dinner.
  36. User’s Guide
    Brown-bag It Like a Chef’s KidWhat chefs put in their kids’ lunch bags.
  37. Annotated Dish
    Aureole’s Parallel Peach Pairing Is Like Surf-‘n’-TurfFind out how chef Chris Lee designs a dish in a parallel-tasting menu.
  38. The Food Chain
    The Food Chain: Charlie Palmer Endorses RN74’s CassouletWherein one chef tells about a dish they recently enjoyed courtesy of another chef, then that chef tells us about a dish they enjoyed from another chef, and so on and so forth.
  39. Recession Is Your Friend
    Before Aureole Closes, Have a Bottle of Wine on Charlie PalmerBuy the prix fixe at Aureole and the wine is on Charlie.
  40. Foodievents
    Murray’s and Métrazur Go Together Like … Wine and Cheese!The cheese shop and restaurant are teaming up to host classes.
  41. Chef Shuffle
    Exit Interview: Chris Lee Tells Us Why He’s Jumping From Gilt to AureoleAfter winning two Michelin stars at Gilt, the young chef is on his way.
  42. Election Eats
    Restaurateurs for RudyCharlie Palmer gives an eye into why several restaurateurs contributed to Rudy Giuliani.
  43. Openings
    A First Look at the Bon Appétit Supper Club & Café, Opening ThursdayFor a week, you can buy lunch made from recipes by Claudia Fleming, Cat Cora, and the like — and meet them in person!
  44. Mediavore
    PepsiCo Suffers When You Drink Tap Water; Pastas for High-Pressure TimesShopping for groceries with studly chef Gavin Kaysen in his neighborhood, and the future plans for Aureole, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  45. NewsFeed
    Gourmet Institute to Give Food & Wine Festival a Run for Its MoneyWith talks from David Chang, Daniel Boulud, and seemingly every other chef in the city.
  46. Foodievents
    The Great Chefs Pay Tribute to Their Even Greater MastersThere can be no student without a master.
  47. NewsFeed
    Nolita House Gets Less Cheesy Chef and MenuDarryl Burnette brings French, Italian, and Thai influences to a revamped menu at Nolita House.
  48. NewsFeed
    Broken Water Pipe Closes AureoleHold off on making any reservations at Aureole for a while. A broken water pipe has closed the restaurant until September 17, Charlie Palmer’s people tell us: Aureole, Chef Charlie Palmer’s flagship property, is currently closed due to flooding caused by a broken water pipe suffered on Monday while the restaurant was closed for the Labor Day holiday. Aureole is scheduled to reopen on Monday, September 17, 2007. During the closure, Aureole’s phone line, 212-687-4600, is open for accepting reservations from September 17 forward.
  49. Openings
    Restaurant Vets Take Refuge in Chill New East Side Eatery When Nish went under earlier this week, partner Joe Scalice didn’t have to look far for his next home: He simply walked two blocks over and took up residence as general manager at Solace, a one-week-old “American seasonal” restaurant created by David Regueiro of Aureole, Metrazur, and most recently the Water Club. (Given what Salice just went through at the late Nish, and Regueiro’s years under famously demanding taskmasters like Charlie Palmer and Michael “Buzzy” O’Keefe, Solace would seem to be just what the two men are seeking.) “We wanted to create a space where people would feel comfortable, with food they could understand,” the chef says. We can certainly see standards like salt cod and gnocchi ragout, butter braised lobster, and eggplant, goat cheese, and tomato terrine hitting the spot on a quiet night in the garden (open till 11 p.m.), with our own bottle in tow (Solace is still waiting on its liquor license). Solace, 406 E. 64th St., at First Ave.; 212-750-0434. Solace menu Earlier: Nish, Felled by Its Own Best Efforts
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    Alain Ducasse Has Designs on LCB’s Midtown West SpaceAstoria: Sai’s Organics health-food store will open a new location that incorporates a wellness center, and they’re hiring. [Joey in Astoria] Bensonhurst: Do Carluccio’s heroes have a right to be famous? Has anyone heard of them? [Brooklyn Record] East Village: A sake retailer is moving in on East 9th Street. [Down by the Hipster] Flatiron: Charlie Palmer shuts down Kitchen 22. [Eater] Fort Greene: Pequeña chef and co-owner Johannes Sanzin, who also partners in Olea and Maggie Brown, is developing a space on Fulton and Clinton Avenue for an unknown restaurant. [VV] Midtown West: Our Insatiable Critic’s new blog breaks news that Alain Ducasse cohorts claim to have secured the low-rent space of Department of Health–shuttered Brasserie LCB. [Bite] Upper East Side: There’s apparently something sacred about staring at bodega workers just trying to have dinner in peace. [The Upper East Side Informer] Williamsburg: An Austro-Hungarian biergarten — huge, with a restaurant — is in progress on North 3rd Street! [A Test of Will]
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