Everything's coming up doughnuts.
The pho-inflected gimlet is just one of a dozen or so new cocktails being served.
The new chef comes from Washington DC's Equinox, where she was named Food & Wine's "Best New Chef" in 2012.
Lachman tells Grub he's opening Noord in a little more than a week.
The good news is they're working on a new, unnamed restaurant project.
Nothing says daytime TV quite like beer and donuts.
So far there's no reason given for the barbecue sandwiches joint closing so abruptly.
There's just eight seatings available for the month of May.
The chef is leaving his post in Fairmount to head Team Feliz's new venture.
Perhaps improved concessions in the stands will translate to improved performance on the field.
Though the bar's set higher for gastropubs, there's still plenty of room for fine and fun dining.
So much of the episode was dead-on, but two of this town's biggest players were not featured.
There will be reduced prices on barbecue, cans of beer, and a huge-ass, cow-shaped cake.
As if running a blossoming restaurant empire wasn't enough, the two are now penning a column too.
The new restaurant and catering company will specialize in "genre-defying" glatt kosher cuisine.
The burbs continue blowing up with new places to eat.
The course will pair ten students with the likes of Marc Vetri, Michael Solomonov, Pierre Calmels, and Aimee Olexy, completely free of charge.
The foundation's mission is to help provide immigrant families with access to quality healthcare and education.
The doughnuts and fried chicken crew decided yesterday they were ready for business today.
Get ready for maple bacon fancies, and cowboy coffee fried chicken.