Everything's coming up doughnuts.
Plus: $1 coffee at Bluestone, and more, in today's Leftovers.
There's just eight seatings available for the month of May.
Get your seat now.
There may be some NYC-Philly cross-pollination coming up soon.
Costumes are encouraged, and will be rewarded with beer.
There will be reduced prices on barbecue, cans of beer, and a huge-ass, cow-shaped cake.
The dishes will be served in honor of the Jewish New Year, and will be available through Thursday.
There are only a few precious seats available for September.
Solomonov and Cook want to expand into the empty space next door.
The additions make the prix fixe game here more intersting.
Zahav’s annual Down the Shore party returns this year with Down the Shore 3: Zombie Luau.
The Le Bernardin chef is simply blown away by Starr's stamina.
The new restaurant and catering company will specialize in glatt kosher European-Jewish cuisine.
No doubt the report delivers some surprises, but it's hardly an outright condemnation of fine dining.
Who's up and who's down? Let us know what you think.
The dinner, which pairs Israeli-influenced Chinese food with movies, has a bunch of seats open.
For Chanukah the restaurant will offer special prix fixe menus, and for Christmas, it's Chinese food and movies.
The menu will feature dishes highlighted in the New York Times piece about the chef.
The space will be retooled for a new restaurant that will launch this fall.