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Marc Murphy

  1. lawsuits
    A New Lawsuit Has Been Filed Over the Name of the Four Seasons RevampThe allegation is that “the Landmark” is too similar to “Landmarc.”
  2. Leftovers
    Costata’s Happy Hour; Wolf of Wall Street—InspiredPlus: Marc Murphy’s interview, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at Kingside, Marc Murphy’s Restaurant in the Viceroy HotelThe rib-eye for two costs $95.
  4. Coming Soon
    Marc Murphy Opening Restaurant and Rooftop Bar at the Viceroy HotelThe Viceroy gets a bar with a view.
  5. View at the Top
    Landmarc’s Marc Murphy on His ‘Personal’ WTC BidThe chef worked at Windows on the World before opening his own restaurants.
  6. Pie In The Sky
    Danny Meyer and Marc Murphy Among Potential WTC OperatorsRevenues of more than $100 million per year are to be expected.
  7. Politics
    Russian Tea Room VP Seeks City Council SeatRestaurateurs support one of their own in the upcoming City Council seat election.
  8. Booze Cruise
    Get Tanked With Marc MurphyYacht party!
  9. Brunch
    Marc Murphy’s Breakfast in Bed, and Other Morning-After OfferingsJust waste money the whole weekend.
  10. Divine Providence
    Michael Cimarusti Confesses: ‘I Am a Real Hop-Head’The chef spends his spare time drinking Pliny the Elder at 38 Degrees.
  11. What to Eat
    What to Eat on Stone Rose Lounge’s New Marc Murphy–Designed FoodThe Time Warner Center bar gets the Benchmarc treatment.
  12. Big Pimpin’
    Marc Murphy Snags $16.5 Million CondoThe restaurateur leaves Tribeca for Central Park West.
  13. Burger Bash
    Michael Symon and Marc Murphy on Their Bash-Winning BurgersThe chefs tell us how they won the cook-off.
  14. Slideshow
    First Look at Ditch Plains, Bringing Buffalo-Shrimp Po Boys to the Upper WestA look at the menu, the space, and the new dishes.
  15. The New York Diet
    Chef Marc Murphy Enjoys the Days of Summer and Keeps His Kitchen Clean“I only drink Lipton tea and I don’t drink coffee. If you drink coffee you become an adult, and I don’t want to.”
  16. Openings
    Ditch Plains Surfs Into Former BarBao SpaceMarc Murphy will open an Upper West Side outpost of his beachy eatery in the fall.
  17. Eatiquette
    More Boo-Hooing About Kids in RestaurantsSome parents take their kids to haute cuisine spots while others ask pizza parlors to dumb it down.
  18. Foodievents
    Would You Pay $1,000 to Lunch With Ruth Reichl?Or $3,000 to surf with Marc Murphy?
  19. Neighborhood Watch
    Hardee’s and Little Louie’s Damaged in Fort Greene Fire; MissionPlus: L’Ecole adds spring menu items, and Graydon Carter & Co. to take over Fedora, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  20. Health Concerns
    Marc Murphy Is Still Not Happy About This Whole Letter-Grade ThingThe Landmarc restaurateur still finds the Department of Health ruling very “frustrating.”
  21. Health Concerns
    Marc Murphy on Sick Leave, DOH Letter Grades: ‘We’re All Going to BeThe Landmarc restaurateur speaks out.
  22. Health Concerns
    Restaurant Owners Declare DOH Grades a FailMarc Murphy sounds the alarm bells over the Health Department’s latest move.
  23. Health Concerns
    Aunt Suzie’s Owner Spoke Against Sick Leave Before Being Busted for Wage-DodgingThe owner of one of 25 Park Slope restaurants busted for underpaying employees is also against a mandatory sick-leave bill.
  24. Health Concerns
    Restaurant Owners Are Quietly Freaking Out Over Health-Care ReformRestaurateurs are about to get thwacked on the federal and local levels.
  25. TV Land
    Scott Conant Asks Delicatessen’s Chef to Serve Edible ProductAnd more from last night’s episode of ‘Chopped.’
  26. TV Land
    Did You Know the New Season of Chopped Premieres Tonight?A look at the New York personalities. Plus: Who is Kelly Choi?
  27. Foodievents
    Happy Birthday, LandmarcIt’s Landmarc’s fifth anniversary, and you’re invited.
  28. TV Land
    Chopped, Meet Chopping BlockMarco Pierre White’s cooking-competition show premieres March 11.
  29. Internal Affairs
    Google Cooking Competition Pulls ‘Top Chef’–Worthy JudgesCould YOUR company get Martha Stewart, Marcus Samuelsson, and others to appear at social hour?
  30. Chefs Gone Wild
    Chefs Behaving Badly: Introducing the Beaujolais Biker BrigadeOn November 20, the bad boys of French cuisine will get their motors running.
  31. NewsFeed
    Marc Murphy Is Blissfully Ignorant About the Food NetworkRachael who?
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    Improve Your Looks with Pork in the West Village; Five Guys Wreaking Havoc inClinton Hill: Chinantla deli on Myrtle Avenue is dingy as all hell but makes tacos “that may bridge the gap between ‘real’ and … American-style.” [Eat for Victory/VV] Dumbo: Two ICE graduates just launched a neighborhood dinner-delivery service called Nylon Cooks. [Dumbo NYC] Lower East Side: Owners of ápizz and the Orchard John LaFemina and Xeras are “on the prowl for [their] next project.” [Eater] Midtown West: Newly inaugurated Five Guys Burgers and Fries on West 55th Street has lunch crowds waiting up to an hour and a half for their orders. [Eater] Tribeca: Marc Murphy supplied this very straightforward carbonara recipe, which he considers a signature dish at Landmarc. [Restaurant Girl] West Village: The Japanese restaurant that promises better skin and hair through its pork dishes, Hakata Tonton has opened at 61 Grove Street. [Gothamist]
  33. Back of the House
    Landmarc in the Time Warner Center May Already Be DoomedIs it really possible that Marc Murphy’s new Landmarc restaurant in the Time Warner Center will have to support a rent of $72,000 per month? (That’s a figure we were given by a well-place member of the food media, although he says he also heard, through less dependable sources, figures as low as $65,000 and as high as $80,000.) “It’s a special space,” Realtor Alex Picken told us, referring to the Center. “$82 a foot isn’t even the highest [rent] in town.” Okay. But can another modest Landmarc really pull down the kind of income that Time Warner wealth magnets Per Se and Masa see?
  34. Foodievents
    Chefs Versus Firefighters!It doesn’t sound like a fair fight: firemen challenging chefs in the kitchen. But the organizers of the Iron Skillet Cook-Off, to be held Monday night at Strata, assure us that the event is no setup. “It’s been about 50-50 over the last five years,” Ingrid Maritato of World Cares Center told us. “The firefighters can hold their own.” The firemen create the dishes and the chefs, including Marc Murphy of Landmarc and Brian Bistrong of the Harrison, will try to execute their own, improved versions; the crowd gets to try both. There will also be a beer pairing by Garrett Oliver of Brooklyn Brewery. Admission is $150 and benefits World Cares Center, a disaster-volunteer organization. Go here to purchase tickets. Mon., Oct. 30. 6–10 p.m. Iron Skillet Cook-Off