The photo is very tasteful, though.
"That to me went so overboard, it really seemed like there was another agenda."
Jill Kelley, who set the whole scandal in motion, cooked some alligator for the cameras in 2003.
Surprise: It looks a lot like No Reservations.
The week ends with a sleazy story from down South.
'Food Curated' takes a trip to the Jojo's Sriracha kitchen in Brooklyn.
After a year of delays, the Danish offshoot finally opens its doors in Tribeca.
Bourdain's not leaving before he burns a few bridges.
PlayBev says the bunny company didn't honor a licensing agreement.
The cuts are no doubt precise and very, very ornate.
"People were coming up from downtown even though there were no Broadway shows for the past few days."
The Momofuku team will host three benefits around the city today and tonight.
Even in the most dire of circumstances, New York's chefs have a workmanlike approach to getting back on their feet.
Do coffee shop reopenings indicate the city as a whole is starting to bounce back?
One site keeps track of the trucks and street vendors that are brave enough to deal with Manhattan's crushing gridlock.
Getting food to and from stores proves challenging, but not impossible.
And River Cafe might have gotten the worst of it.
The steakhouse will donate either tonight's proceeds or $10,000, whichever is more.
Two Dumbo restaurants took on more than their share of water.