Momofuku chef David Chang appears in the September Vogue, wearing a white apron and sitting on a bench with a flock of models.
He looks so sad! Perhaps they were not the most receptive audience for his many meat products. Read More
Fun With City Records
People certainly seem very excited about this Lost finale this weekend, don’t they? Very well. However, we are more excited about sitting around outside, and hoping that AccuWeather’s unreliability works in our favor where Sunday showers are concerned. Did you know that the Hudson River Park is Manhattan’s largest park after Central Park? It is! Read More
Our daily roundup of the most notable high-end residential transactions from the past 24 hours.
–Randal A. Nardone, co-founder and COO of Fortress Investment Group, and his wife, Melani, sold their apartment at the Heritage at Trump Place at 240 Riverside Boulevard for $9 million to Sylvain Mirochnikoff and his wife, Xena Warrior Princess Read More
Homemaking hyphenate Martha Stewart, chef Mario Batali, Esquire editor David Granger and former Gourmet editor Ruth Reichl were among those previewing David Chang’s new midtown restaurant, Ma Peche, at the Chambers Hotel, in the space formerly occupied by Town, on Monday, April 5.
“I love the tables,” said Ms. Stewart, wearing billowing silk, regarding the Read More
The Post‘s Steve Cuozzo noticed that it is surprisingly easy to get a table at David Chang’s not-yet-officially-open Ma Peche. What’s the deal? he asked David Chang.
Chang offers an array of explanations for why this is really not a problem at all and certainly does not reflect the restaurant’s quality or Read More
Gherardo Guarducci and Dimitri Pauli, the two handsome Italian owners of Sant Ambroeus in the West Village, were sitting recently on a spacious leather banquette in the dining room of their latest venture, Casa Lever, under the watchful Technicolor gaze of 10 original Warhol portraits (Bob Colacello, Robert Mapplethorpe, Giorgio Armani) on the opposite wall. Read More
The state ethics commission won’t ask David Paterson how Caroline Kennedy’s confidential records got out.
Norman Oder takes some questions on Atlantic Yards.
The Goldman Sachs p.r. offensive gets borderline offensive.
Would NBC Universal really go public?
Famous people will put on scrappy plays.
A Read More
Jovial restaurateur Drew Nieporent stood outside of Lincoln Center’s Avery Fisher Hall on Monday evening, May 4, holding an umbrella in one hand and a smoldering stogie in the other.
A Cuban? Never! “You’re too young to remember, but Ken Aretsky almost went to prison for that!” Mr. Nieporent said, referring to the proprietor of Read More
The year 2008 began with an extravagant bang and ended with a painful, economic catastrophe-induced whimper. Here, we relive some of the highlights.
We started the year worrying that pom-pomed moccasin boots were here to stay. Thankfully, we now know they were not.
Meatpacking district original Florent Morellet failed to understand the Read More
Forge, a restaurant in Tribeca owned by 29-year-old chef Marc Forgione, had a party of 15 booked last Friday, and a party of eight last Monday. The Friday party canceled after six of the 15 Wall Street-employed guests got laid off; a few days later, the Monday party also canceled when four of the eight Read More