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Corner Bistro

  1. the underground gourmet
    The Underground Gourmet Tries Alternate-Side DiningWith the reopening of New York restaurants, all food is street food.
  2. evolutions
    NYC Changes Forever As the Corner Bistro Debuts a Brand-new Veggie BurgerDon’t worry: You can still order it with bacon.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Comedian Dave Hill Can’t Resist IPAs and Chocolate-Chip Cookies“I try not to drink vodka in public. I feel like it always results in my having to e-mail, call people, just apologizing for my behavior.”
  4. Food Debate
    The Corner Bistro DebateLove it or hate it, Corner Bistro doesn’t care.
  5. Openings
    Corner Bistro Will Open a Second Location — in QueensThe Manhattan icon is expanding, and, yes, the new location will also be on a corner.
  6. Lists
    And the Best Burger, According to the Daily NewsReally?
  7. Menus
    What to Eat at Jane/West 4th’s Football BreakfastWest 4th/Jane invites football fans to tail-gait every weekend at their Santa Monica space.
  8. Lists
    Pick-up SpotsA list of “Top 10 Joints for an Easy Hook-Up.”
  9. Trends
    A Tale of Two Burger Clubs: Burger Club and Burger of the Month ClubWhy does today’s ‘Times’ story about a maniacal burger club seem familiar?
  10. The Other Critics
    Bruni Takes Corner Bistro’s Burger Down a NotchIn deflating Corner Bistro’s hype, he inflates Shake Shack’s.
  11. Beef
    Video of Corner Bistro Incident SurfacesDid a ‘BlackBook’ writer who accused a waiter of gay-bashing actually strike first?
  12. Beef
    Corner Bistro Owner Says There Are Two Sides to Alleged Gay-BashingIt’s said that the alleged victim threw a beer mug at the bartender, for one thing.
  13. Beef
    Alleged Hate Crime Victim Can’t Help But Praise Corner Bistro’sWriter Nick Haramis claims that he was thrown to the ground, and his boyfriend punched in the face, by a Corner Bistro worker.
  14. Beef
    Today in Burgers: Vacuousness and Wild DisagreementsWith the plummeting market comes an intensified interest in cheap comfort foods.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Meryl Streep/Julia Child Movie Shot Footage at Provence; Cipriani Boxing UpCorner Bistro doesn’t sound too good, Benoit gets its liquor license, and a rooftop opens for business in Midtown in today’s neighborhood food news.
  16. NewsFeed
    Downtown Designer Gordon Hull Is a Burger Lover, But at What Price? Gordon Hull, founder of downtown design collective Surface to Air, proves that “not all hipsters are vegan” (per the headline of a men.style.com video) by riding around in a limo visiting Burger Joint, Rare View, and Corner Bistro. The feel-good video curiously doesn’t mention that about four years ago Hull founded an underground burger club that had its own salute, a screening process that measured a potential recruit’s “burgability” based on questions such as “How many burger joints can you name in ten seconds?,” and a demerit system that resulted in the expulsion of certain members of the club when they failed to show for monthly “meatings.” Sounds cute, right? Except that we’ve heard from disgruntled members that Hull became “drunk with power” and ended up alienating more than one burger lover by enforcing these rules quite stringently and using the club as a vehicle for self-promotion. But, hey, it seems to have worked! See, Not All Hipsters Are Vegan [Men.Style.com]
  17. NewsFeed
    Bourdain to Cook at Les Halles, Yearns for Giant Food CourtsTony Bourdain was at the Union Square Barnes & Noble last night to do a joint reading and signing with Michael Ruhlman, author of The Elements of Cooking. Interviewing Bourdain is effortless: The man is a nonstop font of opinions and bons mots, so we just took out our notebook and started writing. What, for instance, did he think of the reopening of his favorite bar, Siberia? (“When Siberia closed my life as an alcoholic ended,” he said wistfully. “Tracey [Westmoreland] is a man of many mysteries. I’m skeptical. Siberia reopening? [Sarcastically] Yeah, I’d like to see that.” Bourdain also told us that, sometime in the next two weeks, he was going to go back for one night to his old job at Les Halles, personally working the sauté station on a crowded night for his TV show, No Reservations. And he would not be alone back in the trenches: A few feet away, Eric Ripert would be working the grill station, cooking meat all night. Given all of his travels, what does Bourdain think New York needs? A giant food court, of course.
  18. Mediavore
    Gordo Envisions Demise of Bruni; David Burke Scores Cabaret LicenseGordo scoffs at Frank Bruni for panning his restaurant after the Times critic called to “schmarm” him and ask about a dish since “if you don’t know what you’re criticising, then don’t write about it.” But the snappy chef still feels generous toward food critics: He’ll “do all the canapés at their funerals free of charge.” [Daily Star] David Burke just acquired a cabaret license for Hawaiian Tropic Zone, though thankfully it won’t be Burke himself doing the dancing but rather professionals copying the Pussycat Dolls. [NYP] Smart small businesses like Little Cupcake Bake Shop in Bay Ridge are leading the green front because they can “benefit from conservation efforts in two ways — by saving money on their monthly utility bills and by raising their profile in the community for much less money than they might spend on local advertising.” [NYT]
  19. The In-box
    I’d Like a Burger With My Historical-Bar BrewDear Grub Street, Here’s one I’ve puzzled over. Who has the better burger: Corner Bistro or White Horse Tavern?T. K.
  20. Back of the House
    Owner’s Existential Rage as He Discovers Zagat SnubWe happened to be present when the owner and senior management of a critically acclaimed, major new Manhattan restaurant got their mitts on the spanking-new Zagat guide and discovered that they’d been left off the all-important “most popular” list (which once again featured Gramercy Tavern and Union Square Cafe in the number one and two positions, respectively).