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Jeffrey Chodorow

  1. Openings
    The Asia de Cuba Reboot Offers Shrimp Churros, Duck Confit, and Casabe CakesJeffrey Chodorow reopened the restaurant in Noho last night.
  2. Yotel Motel Holiday Inn
    Security Officer Allegedly Set Fires in Hotels to Make Them ‘LessThe roof was on fire in more ways than one.
  3. Empire Building
    Bloody: Gordon Ramsay Looking to Open a Steak House in New York [Updated]And he’s eyeing the China Grill’s midtown location.
  4. Change of Plans
    Jeffrey Chodorow’s China Grill Management Tapped to Run Yotel’sThe restaurants will not shut down while the new operator comes onboard.
  5. Closings
    Asia de Cuba Will Close This FallA new restaurant may open in the Morgans hotel next year.
  6. Openings
    Menu Revealed for Kutsher’s, Jeffrey Chodorow’s Modern Jewish BistroThe restaurant is slated to open in Tribeca this fall.
  7. Openings
    Harold Dieterle, Fatty ’Cue, and More Bring Outdoor Grub to BeerParc,Jeffrey Chodorow complements FoodParc with an outdoor beer garden.
  8. Rants
    Gael Greene: Leave Jeffrey Chodorow Alone!“What did the guy do? What is his sin?”
  9. Openings
    Chodorow Opening Tribeca Deli?Plus, L.A.’s Sam Nazarian plans a Soho hotel restaurant.
  10. In the Magazine
    Platt on Kin Shop and Bar Basque; Do Restaurant Health Grades Matter?Plus: the Robs chat with chef Sara Jenkins, and the week’s expected restaurant openings, all in this week’s ‘New York.’
  11. Openings
    What to Eat at Jeffrey Chodorow’s Bar Basque, Opening Next WeekA look at the Basque menu and a few of the dishes.
  12. Mediavore
    Kim Chi Prices Soar; Asia De Cuba Gets AnimatedWhile cabbage costs go through the roof, The Simpsons dine at Jeffrey Chodorow’s chain.
  13. Openings
    A Look Inside FoodParc, the Midtown Food Court Inspired by Blade RunnerJeffrey Chodorow’s high-tech spot features interiors from a Hollywood set designer and a menu starring pastrami egg rolls.
  14. Closings
    Long-Suffering West Branch Is Finally ClosedThe restaurant served its last meals yesterday.
  15. Foodievents
    NYCWFF Reveals: A Blue Smoke Spinoff and a Chodorow Burger Joint?Is Danny Meyer planning a Blue Smoke spinoff?
  16. Financial Woes
    West Branch’s Uncertain FutureJeffrey Chodorow may want the space if Tom Valenti can’t renegotiate his lease.
  17. Slideshow
    A Sneak Peek at the Plaza Food Hall by Todd EnglishThe food court of your dreams?
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Roland’s Bagels Shutters, Beer Pairings at Delarosa, and More
  19. Empire Building
    Richard Sandoval Will Bring Zengo (and 500 Tequilas?) to Wild Salmon SpaceThe doomed space has finally been taken.
  20. Trends
    High-end Sushi Takes a Recession HitA look at the unraveling of the sushi trend.
  21. Slideshow
    First Look at Ed’s Chowder House, From Jeffrey Chodorow and Ed BrownA look at the menu of “sea shack cuisine” from a seafood savant, and the space.
  22. Openings
    Chodorow Names Izakaya After Canine With Giant BallsWhat is a tanuki, anyway?
  23. Mediavore
    ‘Urban Sharecropping’ in Brooklyn; Cipriani Hit With Another LawsuitPlus: Korean barbecue in Jersey, and Frank Bruni’s diet secret, all in our morning news roundup.
  24. Dispatch rom the Chod-O-Verse
    Chodorow Finally Closing Ono, Contemplates an IzakayaJeffrey Chodorow throws in the towel at Ono and contemplates turning it into an izakaya.
  25. Reopenings
    Chodorow Denies Courting Rocco, Gives Up Garden of OnoDon’t expect a Chodorow-DiSpirito reunion anytime soon. Plus, a new outdoor lounge at the Gansevoort.
  26. Empire Building
    Rocco Considers Opening Another Restaurant With ChodorowThe former reality stars have apparently buried the hatchet.
  27. Mediavore
    Street Food Fight; Rocco and Chodorow Are CoolPlus: France’s meal tax falls, and Ferran Adrià is not a pizzaiolo, all in our morning news roundup.
  28. Crime Scenes
    Did Someone Violate Kobe Club’s Corpse?Cops spotted outside of Jeffrey Chodorow’s shuttered restaurant.
  29. Twitterverse
    Star-Tweeting Runs Rampant at Minetta TavernA perfect storm of celebrities and stalkers.
  30. Openings
    Chodorow Plots Basque Restaurant and ‘Global Food Park’A “global food park” is also in the works.
  31. Closings
    Kobe Club Finally Falls on Its SwordJeffrey Chodorow’s steakhouse (more like mistakehouse!) closes tomorrow.
  32. Mediavore
    Toby Young to Stay on Top Chef; Arby’s Takes Gage & Tollner SpacePlus: Danny Meyer on his Gramercy Park Hotel plans and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  33. Empire Building
    Chodorow Strikes AgainJC is planning to ‘operate the restaurant and two bars in a multi-level, 20,000 square foot venue.’
  34. The Other Critics
    Greene Machine at Center CutGael Greene likes Center Cut, though it probably won’t win over Bruni.
  35. Chowdon’t
    Chodorow Reveals in ‘BlackBook’ How Schrager Seduced HimRestaurateurs accept candy from strangers.
  36. NewsFeed
    The Next Generation of Chodorows Gets Busy Milking PlutocratsA chip off the old block!
  37. NewsFeed
    Wild Edibles, Bennigan’s Go BankruptTwo companies go under, one thanks to labor and one thanks to general economic malaise.
  38. Mediavore
    Bloomberg’s Last Meal; Starbucks Sandwiches ReprievedCheaper lobster rolls in Brooklyn, the harsh truths of calorie counts, American portion sizes scrutinized, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  39. NewsFeed
    Chodorow to Expand Kobe Club to Acapulco, L.A.Kobe Club shrugs off zero-star reviews.
  40. NewsFeed
    Chodorow Ponders ‘Times’ Debacle, High-Tech Food CourtA series of Belvedere ads also polls David Sarner of Pink Elephant, Kyky and Unik of Merkato 55, Nur Khan of Rose Bar, and Mark Baker of Mansion.
  41. Mediavore
    Trans-Fat-Less Goods Still Tasty; Burger King’s ‘Healthy’ KidsPlus: Salmonella victims in Nassau County, learning knife skills from a book, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  42. User’s Guide
    Hamptons Primer: What’s New, What’s Back, What’s GoneForeclosures be damned — the Hamptons scene is thriving this year. Here’s where to pop some very overpriced bubbly and celebrate.
  43. Mediavore
    ‘Daily Show’ Writer Sues Batali; Ex-Babbo Sommelier Cooks for YouPlus fancy new cooking at the Friars Club, chefs share their secrets for saving money on ingredients, and more, in our morning digest of food and gossip.
  44. Foodievents
    Taste of the Nation Marked by Uni, Performance Ham, Good TimesWe’ve got photos from last night’s hedonistic event.
  45. Mediavore
    What Gwyneth Ate in Spain; Chodorow No Stranger to IronyGwyneth Paltrow wasn’t a food snob in Spain, what sells best at Kobe Club, Michael Pollan says people should spend more money on food, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  46. NewsFeed
    Poolside Bar Set to Open Atop Empire HotelThe Pooldeck will have private cabanas with TV screens, wireless, and telephones.
  47. Mediavore
    Pope’s Meals Under High Security; Kosher Margarine ShortageSecret Service agents are inspecting the Pope’s food and ‘Gossip Girl’ returns to New York restaurants in our daily food-news roundup.
  48. Ask a Waiter
    Jeremy Sullivan of Kobe Club Gets $5,000 Tips From Rush LimbaughWith some wondering whether threats of a recession will bring restaurant prices down, we asked him for insight into a place where businessmen don’t think twice about ordering the $700 pour of cognac for dessert.
  49. Mediavore
    Shake Shack Serves Top Dog; Burger King to Open Whopper BarsOne writer claims Shake Shack serves the best hot dogs in New York, Michael Psilakis talks more about the new Kefi, and the owner of Gristede’s wants to be our mayor.
  50. Mediavore
    Robert Irvine’s Career Officially Over; Chodorow Plans Hot New RooftopWe’re surprised it took this long to happen, but “celebrity chef” Robert Irvine, known of late for his lies about his background, has announced that he will not proceed with the opening of two planned restaurants in St. Petersburg. [This Just In/St. Petersburg Times] Related: Surprise, Surprise: Robert Irvine Gets the Boot From the Food Network The best way to taste the dishes on Top Chef is to head to the toques’ post-Bravo places of employment in New York, Los Angeles, Atlanta, and San Francisco. [Zagat Buzz] Frank Bruni muses on the tourist-tipping problem, noting that he’s not a fan of automatic gratuity charges since they prevent diners from communicating their pleasure or irritation with the service. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]
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