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David Waltuck

  1. Closings
    David Waltuck’s Élan Will Close at the End of FebruarySeafood sausage evoked the wrong kind of nostalgia.
  2. Icons
    7 Chefs on the Enduring Appeal of General Tso’s Chicken“Lots of sugar and lots of meat — that is America.”
  3. Restaurant Review
    Restaurant Review: At elan, Downtown-Dining Pioneer David Waltuck Dates HimselfShouldn’t this eagerly awaited new Flatiron venture feel slightly more contemporary?
  4. Openings
    What to Eat at elan, David Waltuck’s Comeback RestaurantSeafood sausage, potato pot-stickers, and chicken potpie.
  5. Coming Soon
    Oui, Chef: A New York Pioneer Finally Gets Back in the KitchenThirty-five years after blazing a fine-dining trail downtown with Chanterelle, David Waltuck will open élan this summer.
  6. Coming Soon
    Chanterelle’s David Waltuck Opening élan in GramercyIt’s opening this spring.
  7. A Day at the Races
    David Waltuck Will Make the Food at Meadowlands Racetrack Taste BetterThere likely won’t be a lot of foraged mushrooms on the menu.
  8. Foodievents
    David and Karen Waltuck Reviving Chanterelle for One Night at RobertHe’s getting the band back together.
  9. Openings
    Walt Frazier to Open Hell’s Kitchen RestaurantAnd ex-Chanterelle chef David Waltuck might be in the kitchen.
  10. Openings
    Hell’s Kitchen Will Get a Menu From Chanterelle’s David WaltuckAn “upscale, modern, and very interesting” project will open in December.
  11. Foodievents
    Where They Are Now: Anita Lo Judges Bake-Off, Waltucks Cook AgainWhat are Manhattan’s restaurateurs doing between restaurants?
  12. Mediavore
    Another Bid for Cadbury; Waltuck Leaves MacaoPlus: Marcus Samuelsson goes to the White House, and a lobster-throwing restaurateur, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. Temporary Closings
    Chanterelle Will Close to Build Bar and Will Possibly Introduce Bar MenuThe temple of fine dining continues to loosen up.
  14. Foodievents
    Two Food Festivals That Haven’t Been Rammed Down Your ThroatA walking tour with Ruth Reichl, another burger competition, and chefs galore.
  15. Openings
    Spawn of Macao: Ward III and Pod Café Open for Drinks and DinnerA cocktail lounge and an outdoor café join the Macao–Employees Only family.
  16. Menu Changes
    After 30 Years, Chanterelle Ends Tasting-Menu TyrannyThe Tribeca standby is offering à la carte dinner options for the first time.
  17. Mediavore
    Red Hook Gets a Sausage Emporium; Morning News Anchors Love Flex MusselsPlus: Another free pizza bar, and David Waltuck’s least favorite meat, all in our morning news roundup.
  18. Openings
    A First Look at Macao Trading Co., Opening Right This SecondThe folks from Employees Only and Chanterelle have finally opened their restaurant. See the menus and interior.
  19. Cookbooks
    Chanterelle Puts Out Cookbook, Self-help GuideThirty years packed into one cookbook.
  20. NewsFeed
    Macao Trading Co. Brings On Waltuck, Prepares for Fall OpeningIt’s half Portugese, half Cantonese, and all Tribeca.
  21. NewsFeed
    Bouley, Waltuck, and Waters Show and Tell About KitchensThe chefs will be pondering kitchens tomorrow on “The Leonard Lopate Show.” In the meantime, feast your eyes on them.
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    David Waltuck on Cooking in Tribeca for 30 Years; Clover Club Coming to CarrollCarroll Gardens: The Clover Club — the Smith Street cocktail spot from the Flatiron Lounge people have a sign up. Getting close! [Off the Presses] Gramercy: Shockingly, for some cooked-food enthusiasts, “some of Pure’s dishes, and not just obvious things like salad, are downright delicious.” [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Greenwich Village: Somebody told somebody that a bartender at a new bar told him that Keith McNally may have put a $1 million bid on Minetta Tavern. [Eater] Hell’s Kitchen: Video of Dave Martin concocting a special Valentine’s Day gelato to serve at Crave. [Snack] Tribeca: David Waltuck “first got behind the stove [at Chanterelle] — and set the restaurant on its path to becoming one of the city’s most cherished — before he was 25 years old. He’s now 53.” And ready for a Q&A with Frank Bruni. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] West Village: Grom is totally coming to Bleecker Street, and they’re accepting applications now for a March opening. [Eat for Victory/VV] Was Beatrice Inn raided and shut down last night? [Down by the Hipster]
  23. NewsFeed
    And the Tablecloths BurnRevolutions don’t happen overnight, so we weren’t shocked that only one of the three Beard Award categories reversed tradition. Still, last night’s ceremony officially ushered in a new era in fine dining.
  24. NewsFeed
    Tonight’s Beard Awards: a Referendum on Haute Cuisine Times are changing in the restaurant world – but just how fast? Tonight’s James Beard Awards will help answer the question of whether the traditional tablecloth restaurants, which seem to be on the way out, still wield their old clout in the gastronomic Establishment.
  25. NewsFeed
    Beard’s Best Chef Nominees Spill Beans The Beard nominees for New York City’s Best Chef know that there’s more to the award than who makes the best plate of spaghetti. Looking back at previous years in which he was nominated, Picholine’s Terrance Brennan says, “Our customers were always loyal, but because I wasn’t playing the game, we were under the foodie radar. Being friends with the [Beard] committee helps … I imagine if you know some people, your odds are probably better.”
  26. Mediavore
    New York Is Tops; More Sam MasonNew York named the nation’s top restaurant city, based on total restaurants, number of internationally known fine-dining places, “a wide segment of second-tier restaurants,” and more. [MSNBC] The shuttered Tonic holds a press conference at the steps of City Hall to demand the protection of cultural venues. [Gothamist] Ed Levine goes inside Esca as they await yesterday’s Times review. [Serious Eats]
  27. NewsFeed
    Hark! James Beard Award NominationsAfter much speculation, the 2007 nominees for the James Beard Awards, the Oscars of the restaurant world, are in. Adam Platt, Rob Patronite, Robin Raisfeld, and Grub Street all filled out Beard brackets (or at least revealed whom we’d like to see win) on Friday. Here’s how the academy’s coming down.
  28. User’s Guide
    A Restaurant Week Guide to the Forgotten and UnderappreciatedThe Restaurant Week participants we’re about to endorse aren’t obscure, strictly speaking. You just wouldn’t find their names in the same sentence as the word “buzz” – not, at least, since the Clinton years. But they’re all more than worth the $24.07 you’ll pay for lunch ($35 for dinner) starting on Monday, and you might even beat the crowds.