It's called 'A Dash of Genius.'
The upcoming food hall at the New Rochelle Armory just got approval from the City Council.
An ambitious new market helmed by the titan of California cuisine may soon be just a Metro-North ride away.
See his interview with Liam Mayclem, shot in June.
It was a regular love fest amongst a bunch of old friends and colleagues.
It's a segment from the show 'Floyd's American Pie," on the BBC.
Our rock-star comparisons prompted at least one reader to ask the old question, 'Was Waters ever really a chef?' And who should chime in but Jeremiah Tower.
The one-night-only event, with co-chefs and former Stars staffers Mark Franz and Emily Luchetti, will take place June 21 at Epic Roasthouse and Waterbar.
"RW Apple called Stars the most democratic restaurant he had ever seen. But it was only because of that inspiration that came out of L.A."
He's already an addict!
"Why are so many menus exactly the same? People are really taking themselves way too seriously."
Also, Tower stopped into the store to put his name in all the books.
Setting aside their squabble over who deserves credit for putting Chez Panisse on the map, Tower and Waters kissed, made up, and broke bread for the first time in decades.
Bauer formalizes his roundup of influential S.F. restaurants of yore in a Sunday feature.
Finally, Bauer writes something about Una Pizza.
The Luce chef shares her favorite L.A. restaurants while in town to preview Atelier Crenn.
The legendary chef of Stars and Chez Panisse says he's tired of the lack of produce down in Mexico.
"The legendary chef of Stars (a onetime San Francisco game-changer) was [at the Beards], looking tan and relaxed. For those wondering about his whereabouts, he is currently living in Mexico, where he's busy with diving, architecture, and travel writing." ...
Four journalists look back to the times before garlic and blogging were household terms.
Saturday's quake caused most of Eureka's restaurants to close for the night, but mostly because of the power outage.