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Geoffrey Zakarian

  1. lawsuits
    The Trump Organization Settled Its Lawsuit With Geoffrey Zakarian, TooNo details were given, outside of both sides saying they’re glad to “amicably resolve our differences.”
  2. Trump’s Lawsuit Against Chef Geoffrey Zakarian Is Headed to TrialLawyers say settlement talks are at an “impasse.”
  3. drama
    What Happened After José Andrés and Geoffrey Zakarian Bailed on Trump’s HotelJosé Andrés and Geoffrey Zakarian didn’t anticipate so much fallout, while the Trumps struggled to find new chefs.
  4. lawsuits
    Geoffrey Zakarian Tells Donald Trump’s Kids to Sue Their DadHe says the presidential candidate, his former business partner, “rendered this Chernobyl.”
  5. karma
    The Trump Hotel Can’t Find a Restaurant to Replace Geoffrey Zakarian’sHe just couldn’t “make a deal.”
  6. Lawsuits
    Now José Andrés Is Countersuing Donald Trump for Breach ofThe chef argues Trump’s comments made running a restaurant associated with him “extraordinarily risky.”
  7. What a Mess
    Donald Trump Finally Found Someone Willing to Open a Restaurant in His New HotelESquared Hospitality’s BLT Prime steakhouse.
  8. Lawsuits
    Not Done Yet, Donald Trump Is Also Suing Geoffrey ZakarianThe lawsuit follows another filed against José Andrés.
  9. Break Ups
    Geoffrey Zakarian Is the Latest Chef to Dump Donald TrumpHe’s joining José Andrés in breaking off his deal.
  10. Zak Attack
    The New York Times Took Geoffrey Zakarian to McDonald’sBut it’s unclear why, exactly.
  11. Chef Shuffle
    Geoffrey Zakarian Named ‘Culinary Director’ at Plaza HotelThe celebrity chef will be in charge of, well, a lot of things inside the historic hotel.
  12. The Feeding Tube
    Food TV: Keeping Track of 10 Upcoming Cooking ShowsHow to keep all these things straight.
  13. All Aboard
    Nobu and Geoffrey Zakarian Are CruisingHopefully the food will be better than Carnival Triumph’s.
  14. Leftovers
    Whole Foods CEO Discusses His Business Plan; Iron Chef Geoffrey Zakarian to Do aPlus: The newest Girl Scout cookie is made of mushrooms and more in today’s leftovers.
  15. Pow!
    Comic-Con Gets Lots of Custom Suds, One Unflappable Iron ChefFood and beer on tap, literally, for NYC Comic-Con
  16. Bookshelf
    Zak Attack: Zakarian Will School Home Cooks in Two New BooksThe dapper chef has some helpful hints.
  17. Sea-fare-ing
    Geoffrey Zakarian Is Opening a Restaurant on a Cruise ShipLet other chefs focus on grocery stores and casino restaurants.
  18. Quote of the Day
    What Rattles Vic Casanova?The Culina chef admits his nerves were frayed from competing on television.
  19. Victory
    Geoffrey Zakarian Is the Next Iron ChefNot as dynamic as some, but still deserving?
  20. The Feeding Tube
    TV Guide Maybe Just Revealed the Winner of Next Iron ChefWhen you’re describing the surprise winner of a man vs. woman contest, you’re going to want to use a gender-neutral pronoun.
  21. Navel Gazing
    Zakarian on ZakarianThe Lamb’s Club chef “absolutely” doesn’t follow the rules.
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    New Sarabeth’s in Tribeca; La Esquina Launches Salsa RojaPlus: Eataly offers birthday deals, and more, in our daily round up of neighborhood news.
  23. Pop-Ups
    It Was Only A Matter of Time Before Fenway Became A Pop-Up VenueHot dogs and warm beer not included.
  24. Lawsuits
    Geoffrey Zakarian Files for Bankruptcy to Dodge Class-Action LawsuitA class-action suit alleges he shortchanged workers.
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    A Throwback French Booze Party at Astor Center; Alex Guarnaschelli Hosts aPlus: Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices comes to Manhattan, a special at Union Square Café, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  26. Openings
    What to Eat at Geoffrey Zakarian’s Latest, the NationalAnother midtown hotel restaurant from the man behind the Lambs Club.
  27. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt Gets Clubby at Peels and Lambs Club; Il Laboratorio Is Two Weeks AwayPlus, a hen-of-the-woods mushroom recipe, all in this week’s magazine.
  28. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Geoffrey Zakarian Tastes the National’s Entire Menu at Once, Clears“Where else are you going to go? The only two options you have are Michael Jordan’s and Cipriani, and one’s terrible and one’ s a rip-off.”
  29. Slideshow
    What to Drink at the Lambs Club, Bringing Sasha Petraske Cocktails to MidtownA first look at the collaboration between Geoffrey Zakarian and the team from Lotus.
  30. TV Land
    Geoffrey Zakarian Returns to the Kitchen (Kitchen Stadium, That Is)Plus, ‘Sex and the City Cakes’!
  31. TV Land
    Did You Know the New Season of Chopped Premieres Tonight?A look at the New York personalities. Plus: Who is Kelly Choi?
  32. Colonialism
    British InvasionThe company behind the Ivy and J Sheekey wants to open a Caprice Manhattan.
  33. NewsFeed
    Breaking: Country Passes Inspection, Will Open TonightThis time the flies were gone.
  34. NewsFeed
    Country Fails Reinspection, This Time for Fruit FliesIf it’s not vacuum bags, it’s flies, and a score just high enough to keep the place closed another day.
  35. NewsFeed
    Country Hoping to Be Open As Early As TonightZakarian tries to fight city hall to get open by tonight.
  36. Foodievents
    Fatty Cue Makes Its Public Debut at Flatiron EventGail Simmons, Geoffrey Zakarian, and Zak Pelaccio all are alive and well.
  37. NewsFeed
    Zakarian Says He’s Still at CountryThe chef denies a report that he’s out.
  38. NewsFeed
    Country Steak Planned for Country’s UpstairsMulticourse Haute Barnyard is out upstairs, and wood-fired steaks are in.
  39. Mediavore
    Danny Meyer in Harlem; El Morocco in Washington HeightsDanny Meyer might open a café in Harlem, what Grant Achatz did when he was diagnosed with tongue cancer, and a new incarnation of the legendary El Morocco.
  40. NewsFeed
    Country Hires New Wine DirectorMeet William Rhodes.
  41. Engines of Gastronomy
    Country’s Infernal Machine Turns and Turns AgainThe $35,000 La Besse Giraudon rotisserie at Country is among the mightiest of the city’s engines of gastronomy.
  42. NewsFeed
    New Country Chef to Implement Haute Barnyard Makeover“We’ve changed everything,” says Willis Loughhead, the new chef at Country.
  43. NewsFeed
    Room Service? Get Me Geoffrey Zakarian!There was never any doubt the Water Club, the $800 million hotel-casino being put up by the Borgata in Atlantic City, was going to have a high-end food pedigree. The Borgata’s a class act! But they did especially well in hiring Geoffrey Zakarian of Town and Country. We’ve had a close look at his menu, and it’s a cut above the usual institutional food: Room-service entrées include filet of bison, braised lamb shank with basmati rice and pomegranate (a nod to Zakarian’s Armenian heritage), and, for when you really don’t want to leave the room, a rib-eye center-cut dry-aged beef chop on the bone with potato purée and field mushrooms. Even the breakfast menu’s four options are hipper than you would expect, among them “The Manhattan” (coffee, bagel, New York Times); the “Long Night” (hanger steak and eggs, grilled tomato, Emergen-C vitamin powder, coffee, water), and, inevitably, “Still Awake From Yesterday” (Philly cheesesteak, French fries, Coca-Cola.) There are 800 other things on Zakarian’s menu, but we somehow doubt we could stay long enough to try them out. In fact, it will be a miracle if we can afford to stay there at all.
  44. The Annotated Dish
    Town’s Glazed Duck Steak Is ‘Whacked’Geoffrey Zakarian, at both Town and Country, remains one of city’s most eclectic haute-cuisine chefs, as evidenced by Town’s globalist roast duck breast. “I wanted to make a very slight nod to duck l’orange meeting Peking duck,” says the chef, “but with Middle Eastern flavor elements as well,” including a buckwheat pilaf close to the ethnically Armenian chef’s heart. As always, mouse over the different elements of the dish to see them described in the chef’s own words.
  45. The New York Diet
    Hotelier Vikram Chatwal Discovers He Likes It Raw Earlier this week hotelier and reformed party/playboy Vikram Chatwal spilled the beans on his partnership with Geoffrey Zakarian. His affinity for fine dining developed relatively late in life — “I used to only eat Indian food when I was young,” says the meat-loving Sikh, who still dines at his mother’s restaurant, Bombay Palace, two or three times a week when in from London. However, at some point Japanese food turned him on to the cuisine of other cultures. “Half the time during the week I go Asian — whether it’s Thai, Japanese, or Chinese.” We met him for some mini-burger fondue and champagne at Nightlife, the lounge in his own Night Hotel, to find out what he eats the rest of the time.
  46. Mediavore
    Gordon Ramsay’s Dark Side Revealed; Staten Island Pizza Conquers the WorldAccording to a revealing new profile by Heat author Bill Buford, Gordon Ramsay isn’t a bad guy, “but he does get angry, helplessly and uncontrollably angry — not an earthly anger but something darker — and has trouble knowing how to stop.” [NYer] State legislator proposes an A through F system of grading restaurant hygiene, but the Department of Health is against it. [amNY] A Staten Island pizzeria beats out a field of 65 from six countries to win the 23rd International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas. It’s Denino’s, right? Joe and Pat’s? No. It’s Goodfella’s Brick Oven Pizza. [NYDN]
  47. NewsFeed
    Geoffrey Zakarian Taking On Sasha Petraske in Battle for Blue Mill SpaceEarlier we reported that Sasha Petraske has his eye on the vacant Blue Mill space, which is begging for a Waverly Inn–style revival. Turns out he’s not the only one: We noticed, in the agenda for tonight’s Community Board 4 meeting, that Geoffrey Zakarian of Town and Country has applied for a liquor license at 50 Commerce Street. Zakarian concedes that he and some unnamed partners are looking at several spaces in the West Village and Lower East Side with a small bistro in mind, but he hasn’t signed a lease and needs to crunch more numbers before he’s ready for the community board. “I spoke to the landlord and evidently there’s someone else she’s interested in,” he tells us. The plot thickens … —Daniel Maurer Earlier: Sasha Petraske to Take on Fine Dining, Too