Wednesday, July 13
Hoisted by Your Own Petanque
We’re in those post-Fourth doldrums, in which it seems the sticky heat won’t ever end—we miss our blazers! We used to look professional! But at least we’re one up on the men in sandals, waggling their ill-kept toes at us as we skulk over to Read More
On the whiteboard hung in the back of David Burke Kitchen, the overnight chef had scrawled the phrase “Let’s kick ass this week.” Beneath, a recipe for success was listed: teamwork, dedication, passion and more teamwork.
But when asked about preparations for Monday night, opening night of New York City’s Summer 2011 Restaurant Week, David Read More
At the Time Warner Center on the afternoon of Thursday, July 9, the cast of Hair will serenade New Yorkers in an attempt to drum up excitement for Restaurant Week—which is increasingly seeming like a misnomer for a semi-annual promotion that last January was extended a full four weeks past its initial run.
This season, Read More
It’s Restaurant Week, and the city is awash in toxic tuna!
The New York Times published a front-page sucker punch today (currently the most e-mailed story on their Web site), featuring an analysis of tuna sushi from 20 restaurants and stores throughout Manhattan which found that some of the fish had mercury Read More
Next week the city’s gilded restaurants will once again open their doors to plebeian diners—during designated weekday hours only of course—for the 17th annual Winter Restaurant Week.
On weekdays between Jan. 22 and Feb. 8, 224 restaurants are offering three-course, prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus for $24.07 and $34.