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Shea Gallante

  1. Coming Soon
    Charles Masson’s Baccarat Hotel Project Will Be Very FloralYou can see a preview, starting today.
  2. Reopenings
    Ciano Reopening As Cucina Ciano on Upper East SideChef Shea Gallante won’t be returning, though.
  3. Closings
    Shea Gallante’s Ciano Closes in FlatironShea Gallante is rumored to have left the restaurant a month ago.
  4. Closings
    Bistrong Leaves Braeburn for BouleyThe West Village loses a solid neighborhood spot.
  5. Openings
    Shea Gallante Teams With Stratis Morfogen to Open CianoThe former Cru chef will open an Italian restaurant in the fall.
  6. Other Cities
    Shea Gallante Is Waiting Things Out in Port ChesterThe former Cru star is opening a new restaurant. But it won’t be in Manhattan.
  7. Chef Shuffle
    Shea Gallante Splits With BouleyThe former Cru chef is back on the market.
  8. Chef Shuffle
    Cru Decides It Might Just Be Time to Lower Its PricesThe oenophile destination is bringing on a new chef, Todd Macdonald.
  9. Financial Woes
    Fine-Dining Temple Cru Is Threatened With EvictionOwing to nonpayment of rent.
  10. Chef Shuffle
    Shea Gallante Out at Cru; Philip Guardione In at the New Merkato 55Merkato has a new name and one of the city’s top chefs has a new home.
  11. Reopenings
    Jim Lahey at Ago?Robert De Niro’s restaurant will soon be in the hands of Jean-Georges.
  12. Community Boards
    CB3 Gives Upper East Side Saloon the Nod for Mo Pitkin’s SpaceAnd Cru’s Shea Gallante may not be going for the Sea Salt space after all?
  13. Shea’s Stadium
    Will Cru’s Shea Gallante Be Doing His Own Thing in the East Village?A community-board agenda has him taking over the former Sea Salt space.
  14. Mediavore
    Trump Eyes Tavern on the Green, Tavern Blushes; Steingarten in a BathrobeDonald Trump covets the most vulgar thing in New York that doesn’t already have his name on it: the Tavern on the Green, which has two years left on its lease. [NYP] A Zeitgeist moment: The East Village’s alt.coffee gives up the ghost, remaking itself as a “Hopscotch, a café tailored to the needs of children and families.” [Gawker] Candela owners shutting down and reopening as Irving Mill Restaurant and Tap Room in the fall, with Gramercy Tavern alum Johnny Schaeffer doing his Greenmarket thing in the kitchen. [Strong Buzz]