The rumored project will replace The Farm of Beverly Hills.
The rumors would squash talk that coming cuts could affect the paper's Food Section.
The bistro, mostly known by locals from its Vegas iteration, shares Chicago roots with Lettuce Entertain You, said to be on the project.
Get your tans up to snuff and your ears tuned to techno, as the Euro-heavy New York import is coming soon.
It's so about the food!
Now, that's a scoop.
The Hollywood restaurant says it's merely updating the menu.
Nothing's official, but reliable sources tell us it's happening.
Unlike the other chef participating in Savor Borgata, Vetri doesn't have a restaurant in Atlantic City yet.
An ABC license indicates the liquor license has been transferred to a new business.
Mia Dona is done, for now. And what the heck's going on at Eleven Madison Park?
Conveyor belt sushi could replace a less-than-stellar competitor in Little Tokyo.
Yelp declares the place shuttered, while it might be just a quick roofing job.
The restaurant's Bruce Horowitz counters Eater's rumor that Casey Lane is taking over his sushi spot.
Rumors make the affected neighborhood lose its famous cool for a second.
Eataly's CFO says the early rumors were only just that.
The rumored change might be intended to highlight the presence of Sergio Penuelas in the kitchen.
No one knows the real story except Michael Carlson.