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Jason Denton

  1. Corked
    ’Inoteca’s Going Out in a Blaze of Bargain-Basement-Wine GloryIt all started with half off all whites and rosés.
  2. Closings
    ’Inoteca Closes Saturday NightDenton says he and his partner have decided to return the space to its landlord.
  3. Retsaurant News
    Restaurateur Jason Denton Files for BankruptcyDenton’s lawyer says he opened too many restaurants during a recession.
  4. Closings
    Masak in the East Village Shutters; Betto Closes in WilliamsburgWe’ve lost Italian and a Singaporean restaurants.
  5. Closings
    West Village Restaurant ’ino Closes After Fifteen YearsThank you for all the truffled egg toast.
  6. Restaurateur Shuffles
    Jason Denton’s Brother Joe Leaves ‘Ino EmpireHe’s making a “fresh start” in Australia.
  7. Booze News
    Jason Denton’s Indie Food and Wine Will Serve Booze From a Rolling BarNew York gets yet more boozing at the movies. Do we detect a trend?
  8. Empire Building
    Jason Denton to Open Indie Food & Wine at New Lincoln Center Cinemas onThe ‘ino empresario takes on the Upper West Side.
  9. Openings
    First Look at Betto, Jason Denton’s Panini-less Brooklyn CanteenThe owner of ‘inoteca is headed to the ‘burg.
  10. Empire Building
    ‘Inoteca’s Jason Denton Will Open a ‘Fun and Engaging’We’ve got the address.
  11. Slideshow
    Can Carmellini’s and Denton’s Menus Convince You to Fly Delta Out ofA first look at JFK’s new dining options, care of Jason Denton and Andrew Carmellini.
  12. Openings
    Carmellini, Lahey, and Denton Land in JFK on FridayAnd there’ll be iPad ordering! Take that, La Guardia!
  13. Stayin’ Alive
    Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Union Square Café, Now 25Recapping the restaurant’s 25th-anniversary coverage.
  14. Empire Building
    ’Inoteca’s Total New York DominationThere’s ‘inoteca Williamsburg, plus a French-Mediterranean spot is going in Tribeca.
  15. Foodievents
    Pig Out at ’inoteca’s Restaurant-Hopping Whole-Hog SeriesA series of whole-hog dinners inspired by Italian regions hops from ‘inoteca to Corsino to ‘inoteca e liquori bar.
  16. Empire Building
    What to Expect From Di Fara, LaFrieda, White, Carmellini, and More at La GuardiaJason Denton of ‘ino is also involved and looking for another spot in Williamsburg.
  17. TV Land
    Nieporent, Samuelsson, and Conant Judge on ‘24-Hour RestaurantA look at the Food Network’s new competition show.
  18. In the Magazine
    Platt Returns to Annisa; Make Humm’s Berry GazpachoAlso in the magazine this week: the city’s best sandwiches, and an Alaskan salmon CSA.
  19. Openings
    First Look at Jason Denton’s Corsino, Serving Crostini in the OldThe latest from the ‘inoteca empire.
  20. Community Boards
    CB Shuffle: New Projects From ’Inoteca, Locanda, Carrera, and MorePlus, the Mott’s liquor license is recommended for denial.
  21. Openings
    ’Inoteca and Liquiri Bar Offers Delivery, ReservationsPlus: $10 cocktails and an expanded menu.
  22. Openings
    What to Eat at ’Inoteca and Liquiri Bar, Opening Right This SecondThe Bar Milano remake is complete!
  23. Video Feed
    Super Bowl Planner: Drink Specials to Special SandwichesWhere to go to watch the game or what to feed your guests.
  24. Transformations
    Bar Milano Becomes ’inoteca 2.0The Denton brothers slash prices at Bar Milano.
  25. NewsFeed
    Bar Milano Goes Alfresco, Introduces Brass-Band BrunchCare to see the new menu?
  26. NewsFeed
    Dream Match: Dentons vs. MartignettisJason Denton of Bar Milano charts his career from his humble beginnings as a Union Square Café waiter to his work at the helm of Lupa, ’ino, and ’inoteca.
  27. User’s Guide
    A Guide to Recognizing Your Restaurants: Bar Milano vs. Milano’s BarIn case you get mixed up, here’s how to tell Bar Milano from Milano’s Bar.
  28. VideoFeed
    Overheard at Bar Milano’s Opening NightJoe and Jason Denton opened their latest Italian outlet on Friday night, Bar Milano. ‘New York’s cameras were there.
  29. NewsFeed
    Breaking: Jason Denton’s New Restaurant RevealedJason Denton’s new restaurant, the one for which he poached Steve Connaughton (from himself) at Lupa, is called Bar Milano and will open at the end of March, Denton says. He promises an Italian restaurant specializing in the regions of Northern Italy: Veneto, Piedmont, and Emilia-Romagna. The wine list will also draw from those areas and includes some “really affordable wines,” he claims. But wait: It will also be “really fun, in the vein of ‘inoteca and Lupa, but with elevated service and price point.” What’s fun about that? We’ll go anyway — those restaurants are good. Related: Jason Denton Pulls Lupa Chef for New Gramercy Venture
  30. NewsFeed
    Del Posto’s Cruz Goler to Take Over LupaTo everything, turn, turn, turn. And so we turn to Lupa! First, a recap: As we reported last month, owner Jason Denton’s mighty sword tapped the shoulders of Lupa chef Steve Connaughton, who will head Denton’s as-yet unnamed new venture in Gramercy Park. But Lupa’s loyal (er, cultlike) customers can rest easy in the knowledge that though the maestro is leaving in December, he’ll be replaced by a damn safe bet: Cruz Goler. A ten-year Batali veteran, Goler was the right-hand man of Lupa’s original chef, Mark Ladner, and followed the latter to
  31. NewsFeed
    Jason Denton Pulls Lupa Chef for New Gramercy Venture Lupa, Mario Batali’s Roman osteria on Thompson Street, has a loyal following, so Steve Connaughton’s imminent departure likely won’t affect volume. (The customers barely twitched when former chef Mark Ladner left for Del Posto.) Co-owner Jason Denton says he has moved Connaughton to a new venture at 323 Third Avenue to open in March, but he’s quiet about other details. We hear from an industry source that Connaughton’s replacement will likely come from within the Batali-Bastianich family, if not from within Lupa itself. Who will be the lucky chef?
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    Healthier Hot Dogs Coming Soon to TribecaAstoria: Freeze Peach at 22-00 29th Street has introduced tea-based ice creams including butterfly sencha and black currant to its repertoire. Plus, a man with a real French-sounding name has installed a new crêperie in the old Lil Bistro 33 space. [Joey in Astoria] Clinton Hill: Two new Italian restaurants slated to join the nabe, and one might have an outdoor space. [Clinton Hill Blog] Tough luck if you want to taste the source of those great bakery smells near Washington at Atlantic. The Hasidic bakers probably won’t let you in. [Clinton Hill Blog] Flatiron: Otto investor Jason Denton, after stepping away from Otto, will open an “Otto-like restaurant.” [Eater] Midtown West: A sly janitor at Penn Station will find a go-to solution if you spill your soda. [East Village Idiot] Park Slope: Kara Zuaro will be signing her rocker cookbook tonight at 7:30 p.m. at Barnes & Noble; live music from Maplewood is also in-store. [Brooklyn Record] Times Square: The only view from Above restaurant at the Hilton is the back of a giant creepy hand. [NewYorkology] Tribeca: The New York City Hot Dog Company on Church Street at Chambers that promises healthier options and myriad toppings looks closer to an opening now that a big picture of a hot dog is in place. [Grub Street]
  33. The Underground Gourmet
    Teach a Man to Make a Sandwich of the Week … Last week, the Underground Gourmet recommended Zingerman’s Reuben sandwich kit as the perfect holiday gift for the sandwich nut on your list. This week — in acknowledgement of the fact that even Kate’s Paperie cannot wrap a Reuben sandwich well enough so that placing it beneath a Christmas tree for several days would not run the risk of Taco-Belling the giftee — the UG has come up with a superb alternative gift idea. It’s the new book, called Simple Italian Sandwiches (HarperCollins; $21.95), by Jennifer and Jason Denton, and it requires no refrigeration. As anyone who knows anything about Italian sandwiches is aware, Jason Denton is to panini, bruschetta, and tramezzini what Masa Takayama is to sushi, sashimi, and Kobe sukiyaki. The Dentons opened the West Village panini parlor ‘ino back in 1998, and it’s fair to say that they started the whole local craze for delicately balanced, deceptively simple Italian sandwiches, and that no one outside of the Boot does a better job of it.