More noodles for New York.
Another tenant for the sprawling, food-heavy retail complex coming to lower Manhattan.
Sweetleaf sweetens the deal at its newest location with cocktails.
It's beginning to look a lot like an Italian steakhouse.
He's looking for true Manhattans in Manattan.
Brooklyn's second Shake Shack opens in the fall.
That "high-end" Mexican project may be a new restaurant from one of Mexico's most lauded chefs.
It's not a production space, and it's not a retail shop. Could it be a pickle bar?
Critics say the restaurant's layout treats takeout-seeking guests like "second class citizens."
Expect some casual food from the fine-dining chef, who says he's cooking more traditional dishes.
The Smorgasburg regulars are looking for a permanent place to simmer their broth.
The bakery is launching a regular weekend pop-up marketplace for its loaves.
The owners of Butcher Bar are going full-service.
The restaurateur will open a café and restaurant, and his group will helm on-site catering events.
Seven years later, White returns to his old kitchen.
A new source for Japanese-style coffee.
There's also a 25-seat restaurant in there.
Spit-roasted chicken and root-veggie pancakes.