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Sue Torres

  1. Closings
    Sueños Is Closing at the End of March“This is a decision that we, ultimately, had to make for ourselves.”
  2. Leftovers
    Sue Torres’s Tater Tots; Hospoda Hires René Bastian SteinPlus: cheap(er) eats under $10, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  3. Slideshow
    What You Missed at Last Night’s Cochon 555A look at what went down at the pork-centric cook-off.
  4. FYI
    White House Honors School-Friendly Chefs As ‘Champions of Change’Jonathan Waxman and Bill Telepan are among the New York names.
  5. Awards
    Female Chefs Are Honored, But Still Have a Ways to GoAnother female chef asks, “Why aren’t there as many women cooking professionally as there are men?”
  6. Menu Changes
    What to Eat at Sue Torres’s Rusty KnotA look at the Sueños chef’s menu.
  7. Chef Shuffle
    Sue Torres Taco-fies the Rusty KnotThe Sueños chef is in at Ken Friedman’s bar.
  8. The Food Chain
    Marc Vetri’s Charcuterie Reminds Sueños Chef Sue Torres of Her“We have so many ways we make charcuterie - we have to just rotate them in all the time.”
  9. The Food Chain
    April Bloomfield Thinks the Shredded Beef Tacos at Sueños Are Perfect“They’re the perfect balance of everything: meat, crunch, freshness, cheesiness.”
  10. TV Land
    Torres and Nawab on Iron ChefPlus, Sam Mason makes skirt-steak ice cream.
  11. Chef Shuffle
    Hasta La VistaSue Torres is leaving Los Dados.
  12. NewsFeed
    Chefs Love What Mom Used to MakeWe asked a handful of chefs which childhood dishes they remember most fondly and which ones, if any, they’ve reinvented as their own.
  13. NewsFeed
    Sue Torres Dreams of a Green Taco TruckAlready crowded with food trucks, is there room in the city for an ecofriendly taco version?
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    U.S. Open Stadium Eats; Red Hook Vendors’ Bread and Butter in JeopardyAstoria: Get your feet rubbed while eating ice cream at Freeze Peach this Saturday — or maybe just stick to sampling the variety of flavors at this $9 tasting event that will also feature reflexology and tarot-card reading. [Joey in Astoria] Flushing: New reasons not to fill up before a match: Five serious restaurants including a steakhouse, seafood restaurant, and Cuban café flank the U.S. Open stadium, all under the supervision of Charlie Palmer–trained chef Michael Lockard. [NYDN] Hell’s Kitchen: Mitchel London Pizza from the owners of Burgers & Cupcakes has been open for a couple of weeks, but they’re still working on good char. [Slice] Lower East Side: Whole Foods’ beer room, which stocks over 200 international, domestic, and local beers, opened this morning. [Gridskipper] Meatpacking District: Los Dados from Sueños chef Sue Torres opens Monday. [Eater] Red Hook: Department of Health inspectors are now turning a critical eye to restaurants associated with the ball-field vendors. Honduras Maya is already closed. [Brooklyn Eagle]
  15. NewsFeed
    Chatwal, Zakarian, and the Lotus Boys Teaming Up for Midtown HotelVikram Chatwal, who tells us Dream Downtown is about a year and a half from landing in the meatpacking district (he’s in talks with a Barcelona chef about the restaurant), reveals to us that he’s teaming up with Geoffrey Zakarian and designer Thierry Despont (who did the Carlyle Hotel and Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant in London) on his other project, the Lamb’s Club, opening at 130 West 44th Street in August of next year. Zakarian was hesitant to discuss his involvement but indicated that David Rabin and Will Regan of Lotus were also partners. Rabin certainly has his hands full these days between the relocation of Double Seven and the opening of Los Dedos, the Mexican restaurant he and chef Sue Torres are launching next month in the old Meet space, but he found a moment to clue us in about the hotel.