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Rucola Heading to Red Hook This Weekend
Swordfish sandwiches and cold beer.
Rucola Celebrates Second Anniversary With Free Ramps
What are these ramp things everyone keeps talking about, anyhow?
The Grub Street Diet
D.J. Hesta Prynn ‘Houses’ Kale Chips, Gags on Green Juice, and
“Kidd Kraddick and I pondered whether a Xanax can or cannot be juiced.”
Eat Well: Butternut Squash Pasta, Kale Caesar Salad, and Tequila (Really)
Rucola, Rye House, and Tiffin Walla made the cut in this week’s roundup of healthy eats.
Oren’s Seeks Fortune in FiDi; La Maison Cointreau Is Basically What It
If you like piña coladas, don’t go to La Maison Cointreau.
Owner of Rucola Arrested for Biking on Sidewalk
Ramp-age: Bill Telepan Ranks the City’s Newest Ramp Dishes
“Ramps are f*cking awesome. And we only have them for six weeks.”
The Other Critics
Wells Is La Bummed About La Mar; Sietsema Beams From John Brown Smokehouse
Rucola Owners Ramping Up Second Restaurant
And it’s not called Arugula.
More Food Theater, This One Actually With Food
Because all chefs are theatrical.
In the Magazine
Adam Platt on La Silhouette and La Petite Maison; Rob Patronite and Robin
Plus: the rest of the city’s restaurant openings, chef’s are cooking with hay, and more, in this week’s ‘New York.’
First Look at Rucola, Bringing Northern-Italian-Style Vegetables to Boerum Hill
Housed in a brownstone-cum-Piedmontese farmhouse, with a customizable CSA of sorts.