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Olexy and Starr Expanding the Talula’s Brand with Talula’s Daily
They are hoping to get everything ready in tome for the holidays.
Starr-B-Que Coming to Fishtown
Though no one will confirm, the Williamsburg barbecue joint’s owner’s name is on the liquor license application.
Former Talula’s Table Partners Will ‘Square Off’ in Philly
Onetime husband and wife team Aimee Olexy and Bryan Sikora will both head new restaurants in Philly in the months to come.
Will Talula’s Table’s Aimee Olexy Succeed Where Marcus Samuelsson
The procession of chefs and concepts that followed Samuelsson’s early departure failed to bring the restaurant out of its funk, which begs: will Olexy be able to?
Aimee Olexy Enters Starr’s Orbit
While rumors have been circulating for months, Talula’s Table’s Aimee Olexy confirmed that she’s opening a restaurant with Starr.
Look Who's Popping Up
Starr Rolls Out More Barrels for Scott Schroeder’s Oktoberfest Pop-Up
What Angelo Sosa might have in looks, Scott Schroeder has exponentially in wit.
’s Angelo Sosa Won’t Be Popping Up at Washington Square Anytime
There’s no word if the pop-up was called off due to Top Chef.
Fat Salmon Gets a Liquor License and Some Good Stuff
The owner hopes adding liquor will up the check average and make booze-seeking crowds happy.
Kanella’s Konstantinos Pitsillades Pops Up Tonight at Washington Square
If you can’t get reservations, cocktails and snacks will be served outside.
Take a Peek At Talula’s Table Pop-Up, Open Tonight and Tomorrow
Peep our pictures of last night’s pop-up dinner.
Talula’s Table Pops Up at Washington Square for a Three-Night Stand
The limited engagement is the first in a series of “pop-up” restaurants Stephen Starr has planned for the space.
Grilling in the Former Gayle; APO Heads in the Diner Direction
Openings, closings and reconceptings
Cafè Comptoir Coming to Washington Square, Right After It Finds a Few More
Brother, can you spare $120,000?
Catching Up With Franklin Becker
The chef talks about the failure of Sheridan Square, his audition for Le Cirque, and his future plans.