Location: Your new Pop Burger outpost, scheduled to open later this month on 58th Street near Fifth Avenue, will span three floors and about 8,000 square feet. That’s a big burger joint—maybe not Times Square-McDonald’s big—but pretty frickin’ big.
Mr. Liebenthal: I originally wanted to take one floor. But the landlord told me, ‘If Read More
“We have a special pizza tonight,” said our waitress.
The two 11-year-olds at the table brightened.
“Foie gras with mashed potato and truffled pecorino cheese.”
Their faces fell. For a moment, I thought she was joking.
“Could I have the smoked salmon pizza?” asked one of the boys, who had been flipping Read More
A year ago, Ali Tayar was just another downtown architect. Working in a renascent modernist idiom that owes as much to the James Bond movie Dr. No as Eero Saarinen’s Trans World Airlines terminal at Kennedy Airport, he did interiors for Waterloo, a restaurant on Charles Street, and Gansevoort Gallery on Gansevoort Street. Some of Read More