Get ready for stellar pies and sausage on Route 1.
Plus, Crave reopens in midtown.
The Maine-based brewery will open a pub at Sunset Bay Marina.
L.A.'s favorite burger goes eastward while college kids are acting really stupid even before they're drunk.
The Olives chef is keeping busy (very busy) with a brasserie and a food emporium.
Santa Monica gets it first case of "Burritofication."
The folks behind The Real Deal, Rox Diner, and Sugar Bakery are teaming up in the old Boschetto.
Disputes still rage as to the reality of the train's ambitions, but a celeb chef is appointed nonetheless.
Serious talks continue between the two restaurant titans.
Independent food vendors are taking advantage of the economic downturn to grow.
He'll open it at the Lincoln Center–area address that currently houses O'Neals.
Though the chef could churn out burgers for the rest of his life, he will instead attempt to elevate Southeast Asian food.
Did Patina set a trend for chef-driven corporate lunchrooms?
The new People Issue offers new insights into our restaurant owners and chefs.
Don't be so quick to believe reports of Balthazar London.
The Somerville cupcakery expands to Central Square.
The Culver City Italian will be the mall's only street-level dining option.
The third location of Kazunori Nozawa's casual sushi spot comes to Downtown's restaurant row.