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Paul Liebrandt

  1. profiles
    What Does Paul Liebrandt Want?He’s among New York’s most accomplished chefs — now, his definition of success is evolving.
  2. Headaches
    Chefs Versus ConEd
  3. Closings
    Say Good-bye to the ElmSunday is the last day of service.
  4. Coming Soon
    Drew Nieporent Opening Bâtard in Former Corton SpaceThe restaurateur put together an all-star team for the new project.
  5. Planned Service Changes
    Paul Liebrandt’s Soon-to-Open Little Elm Now Taking ReservationsThe chef says each dish will be pared down to two flavors.
  6. Bookshelf
    Paul Liebrandt on Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s Eye-Opening Influence“Here was Jean-Georges, a jet-setting, Prada-wearing original, commanding attention on the world stage as though it were the most natural thing in the world.”
  7. Happy Trees
    King & Grove Williamsburg Debuts Upper Elm’s Fall MenusSay yes to fondue with green apples.
  8. Lists
    Esquire Names America’s Best Restaurants for 2013Critic John Mariani likes Betony the best.
  9. Lists
    Michelin Releases 2014 NYC Star RatingsCarbone and the Musket Room are new Michelin-star holders.
  10. Restaurant Review
    Platt: The Elm Is Liebrandt’s Fairy-Tale ForestCorton’s former auteur heads to Williamsburg.
  11. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Stein and Richman Flock to Charlie Bird; Wells GoesPlus: Cuozzo goes to town on Corvo Bianco and Sagner shades himself at the Elm.
  12. Interviews
    Paul Liebrandt on Leaving Corton and the Future of the Elm“I’m looking at people who are going to be dining at my restaurants in the next ten and fifteen years.”
  13. Chef Shuffle
    Paul Liebrandt Leaves Corton in TribecaThe chef will focus on the Elm in Williamsburg and is working on a new high-end project in Manhattan.
  14. Openings
    Check Out the Menu for the Elm, Paul Liebrandt’s New WilliamsburgIt includes foie gras with spiced strawberry gelée!
  15. How French
    Corton Announces It Will Close for the Month of JulyPaul Liebrandt’s modernist restaurant shuts down.
  16. Coming Soon
    A Reading of the Times’ Paul Liebrandt ProfileBut check out that foie gras dish.
  17. Coming Soon
    Corton Chef Paul Liebrandt Is Getting Back to His Classic RootsExpect some casual food from the fine-dining chef, who says he’s cooking more traditional dishes.
  18. Interview
    Paul Liebrandt on Fine Dining and Corton, the Greatness of Mission Chinese Food,The 36-year-old chef opens up about his new project (a little) and talks about his time on the line when he was a “young man.”
  19. Coming Soon
    Paul Liebrandt Opening New Restaurant, the Elm, in WilliamsburgThe restaurant will open in the King & Grove hotel this spring.
  20. Film Buffs
    Harry Potter Makes Paul Liebrandt Happy, SadBut Frank Bruni is removed from the whole phenomenon.
  21. TV Land
    Chefs on HBO: Ripert and Chang Last Night; Liebrandt TonightThe Paul Liebrandt documentary, ‘A Matter of Taste,’ premieres tonight.
  22. Interviews
    Paul Liebrandt: Not a Big Fan of Small Talk“I’m not cool. I don’t hang out in Brooklyn. I don’t know about the trends.”
  23. Video Feed
    Watch a Clip From Paul Liebrandt’s ‘A Matter of Taste’The film follows Liebrandt from a post-9/11 New York through the opening of Corton.
  24. At the Movies
    Watch the Rise, Fall, and Rise of Paul Liebrandt in A MouthfulA documentary on the Corton chef, eight years in the making.
  25. New York Culinary Experience
    Let Paul Liebrandt Teach You How to Blowtorch ScallopsAt the New York Culinary Experience, the Corton chef teaches a crowd how to blast raw scallops until they’re just barely cooked.
  26. Personalities
    Sebastiaan Zijp: There Is No Laughter in Paul Liebrandt’s KitchenLiebrandt taught the Bar Blanc chef the art of “boldness and arrogance.”
  27. Beef
    Journalistic ExploitsPaul Liebrandt is a difficult interview.
  28. Foodievents
    Watch the Game With Zak Pelaccio, Eat Fatty ’CueEpicurious Entertains NYC will nuzzle in on Bon Appétit Supper Club’s sweet pop-up action this fall.
  29. Food Tour
    Paul Liebrandt Picks the Best Downtown Lobster RollYou can get any of the choices during lunch.
  30. Mediavore
    Shake Shack Could Go National; Mezcal on the RisePlus: Sandra Lee talks about her past, and Paul Liebrandt loves New York, all in our morning news roundup.
  31. Side Projects
    Liebrandt Planning Value Project?“The next project may or may not be smaller, more accessible, [with] great, simple, well-cooked, beautiful, well-priced food.”
  32. Best New Chefs
    Best New Chefs ’09 Revealed!: Paul Liebrandt Only New York HonoreeThe Corton chef joins the club with Thomas Keller, Tom Colicchio, and Daniel Boulud.
  33. Best New Chefs
    Guess the Best New Chefs’Food & Wine’ is tweeting clues about the identities of this year’s honored chefs.
  34. Slideshow
    Photo Plates: Corton’s Menu, IllustratedA visual tour of nearly everything served at Drew Nieporent’s latest venture.
  35. Mediavore
    Hawaiian Tropic Zone Fires Bad Managers, Sometimes; Sustainable Sushi Stats inA restaurant critic crosses the ethics line by having a chef cater her wedding, and how Bobby Flay got his start in the food business, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  36. Openings
    A First Look at Corton, Menu and AllSee what Montrachet looks like now that it has reopened with Paul Liebrandt in the kitchen.
  37. Openings
    At Corton, Gael Greene Considers Forgiving Paul Liebrandt’s Foamy SinsThe Insatiable Critic comes back with first word on Drew Nieporent’s reinvention of Montrachet.
  38. Openings
    CortonA look at some of the menu items.
  39. Openings
    Corton Will Open October 1, As PromisedThe Drew Nieporent–Paul Liebrandt collaboration will open tomorrow.
  40. Foodievents
    At Star Chefs Symposium, No Outsiders AllowedBut surely there’s a way to meet Paul Liebrandt, Marco Pierre White, and Anthony Bourdain!
  41. Mediavore
    A Magnolia Bakery for Midtown; Is Tap Water Safe?Where to eat tacos in the Hamptons, a new casual restaurant at the U.S. Open, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  42. NewsFeed
    Liebrandt, Nieporent to Open CortonThe secret, such as it is, is out.
  43. Foodievents
    Taste of the Nation Marked by Uni, Performance Ham, Good TimesWe’ve got photos from last night’s hedonistic event.
  44. Back of the House
    Paul Liebrandt Stuns Web With Most Banal Blog Ever Wonder chef Paul Liebrandt, presumably having some time on his hands while he keeps the world waiting for his restaurant to open, has started a blog, we read in The Feed today, and what a blog it is! The usually garrulous and acerbic Liebrandt’s posts are so brief, pointless, and banal that they can only be read as a middle finger extended into the blogosphere. Among the bombshells dropped:
  45. Mediavore
    Boston Mayor Makes Good on Super Bowl Bet; Diet Sodas Linked to MetabolicRemember that little food bet Hizzoner made with Boston’s mayor over who’d win the Super Bowl? Well, pay-up time has come, and our northern neighbors will be donating 100 cups of New England clam chowder, 42 lbs. of coffee from Dunkin’ Donuts, twelve dozen Boston cream pies and twelve dozen Parker house rolls, 100 Old Tyme hot dogs and 100 Al Fresco chicken sausages, twenty pizzas, five cases of Brigham’s Boston You’re My Home ice cream, five cases of Cherry on the Top frozen-yogurt bars from Elan, and 100 servings of Stonyfield Farm Organic Yogurt to City Harvest. Happily, no one has to eat it. [Zagat Buzz] Drop that Diet Coke! Researchers have found a correlation between the consumption of diet soda and incidences of metabolic syndrome, a series of unhealthful factors that can lead to diabetes and heart disease. [NYT] More bad news for fish: The FDA confirmed that several outbreaks of ciguatera fish poisoning have taken place across the country due to consumption of fish harvested in the northern Gulf of Mexico. [AP]
  46. The In-box
    I Want a Personal Chef To Cook Tiny Portions of French Food For My FamilyDear Grub Street, We are a family of four, seeking a top-notch private chef. We like nouvelle French, Italian, and American in that order. I would appreciate if you could direct us as to where to advertise. Thank you. —Chefless
  47. Foodievents
    Liebrandt Previews New Restaurant at Autism BenefitLast Night’s “Autism Speaks to Wall Street” gala at Capitale was a power scene, all right; any event where tables cost up to $100,000 and Bob Wright is there making small talk has clearly left the foodies behind. Which is a shame, because the level of the food was magnificent. The gala’s format called for chefs who had been previously “bought” at auction to cook a dinner right there at the table: Thus, Eric Ripert cooked at an oven right next to Wylie Dufresne, Michael Psilakis next to Larry Forgione, who was next to Chris Lee of Gilt, and so on. The tables were close enough to allow tasting and trading, had anyone been interested in doing so (it didn’t look like they were). Maybe Darrell Hammond’s painfully unfunny routine at the evening’s start put off their appetites. Or maybe it was just all the deal-making.
  48. Ask a Waiter
    Chris Wilgos of Gilt Serves the Anonymous Superrich Under chef Christopher Lee, Chris Wilgos worked his way up from a runner to a captain at Philadelphia’s premier restaurant, the Striped Bass. When Lee replaced chef Paul Liebrandt at Gilt about a year ago, Wilgos followed. He’s been waiting tables and acting here ever since. We asked him about his wealthy clientele and those who yearn for Le Cirque.
  49. Mediavore
    Liebrandt’s Secretive, Non-Chinese Project; Former Cheftestant Victim of BiasPaul Liebrandt is still being cryptic about his new project saying little more than it won’t be Chinese. [TONY] Connecticut’s Foxwoods casino will soon serve New York’s favorite cheesecake: Junior’s will open its first outlet outside of the city in the resort’s new MGM Grand. [NYS] Former Top Chef contestant Josie Smith-Malave was one of the victims of an anti-gay attack outside of a Sea Cliff bar during Labor Day weekend. [NYP]
  50. NewsFeed
    Chef Roman à Clef Continues; Keith McNally PilloriedYesterday we treated you to the first chapter of a story seemingly based on Sam Mason and his trials and travails with Tailor. We can now confirm, after contacting the author — who is remaining anonymous (even to us!) because he or she is “notorious within the industry” — that the story is based on Mason and Johnny Iuzzini as well as other players. “Yes, I plan on continuing,” assures the well-connected scribe, “and yes, I have inside info. I’ve been getting a lot of mail, but I would never run anything that I hadn’t triple-checked to be true.”
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