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High Line

  1. Coming Soon
    Ample Hills Will Open a New Shop Next to the High LineThe growing chain’s ooey gooey buttercake takeover continues when the Manhattan location opens in May.
  2. Fall Preview 2014
    Team Torrisi’s High Line Restaurant Will Be Big on Fish and Veggies, LessBecause while researching the history of the area, the team discovered these two things.
  3. Leftovers
    Kin Shop Hosts Riesling Dinner; National Lobster Day FestivalsAnd more of today’s leftovers.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    A $50 Prix Fixe at Scarpetta; Rickshaw Dumplings Plans StorefrontPlus: the official date of the Egg Rolls and Egg Creams Festival, a beer dinner at Coliccho & Sons, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  5. Booze News
    High Line Looking Good for Beer and WineColicchio & Sons will soon be pouring at the High Line.
  6. Empire Building
    Colicchio Conquers High Line: ’wichcraft and Craftsteak Set Up ShopA new stand is selling everything from soup and sandwiches to (later on) cider and doughnuts.
  7. Crime Scenes
    Birdbath a Victim of Armed Robbery?Police are said to be investigating.
  8. Cartology
    Birdbath Gets HighA pizza cart on the High Line promenade.
  9. Openings
    Standard Grill Shifts Into Friends-and-Family ModeThe High Line park opens tomorrow, and the Standard’s restaurant won’t be far behind.
  10. Openings
    Oysters Under the High LineThe Standard Hotel is currently looking for shuckers.
  11. Openings
    The Standard Will Have Dan Silverman Steakhouse and Beer GardenA look at the Highline’s new restaurants.
  12. NewsFeed
    Where You Might Eat One Day at Hudson Yards Whether Hudson Yards is a windswept corporate outpost or a mash-up of West Chelsea and Herald Square, whoever lives and works there will need to eat. At a presentation before 1,000 architects, planners, and onlookers last night, design-team leaders described the commissary aspects of their proposals. Predictably, the Brookfield team, which reunites the High Line’s landscape architects, invoked a “café culture” with street-level seating under the trestle’s 30th Street entrance, shown above. We predict sustainable purveyors in the Alice Waters mode.
  13. The New York Diet
    Leven Rambin Consoles Herself With Chocolate After the Daytime Emmys In addition to playing the autistic teenager Lily Montgomery on All My Children, Leven Rambin, the face of Caressa jewelry, has been a party fixture ever since she moved from her mom’s house in Connecticut to a place on the Upper West Side. When making the scene, she skips the hors d’oeurve. “After working from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.,” says the 17-year-old, “the last thing I want to do is go to the gym. So I try to eat light.” That is, except for those addictions to peanut butter and protein bars — and the occasional serotonin-boosting chocolate splurge.