Danny Meyer’s North End Grill will close at the end of this year, a rare shuttering for his Union Square Hospitality Group. It’s been a somewhat sputtering run for the Battery Park restaurant, which opened in 2012 and felt somewhat like the forgotten one in the USHG family...More »
It could be because they choose to promote spoonfuls of wine, $125 buffets, objectively overcooked steak, and absurd “bacon towers” hung from a clothesline, but the Trump International Hotel’s collection of restaurants and bars have somehow yet to impress D.C. food critics. The hotel’s Benjamin Bar &...More »
Jason Gay is not your conventional sportswriter. As The Wall Street Journal’s often wryly hilarious sports columnist, he created lists of rules for things like working out in the New Year, ate weed gummies before watching the McGregor-Mayweather fight, and wrote about a bachelor party at the Winter Olympics in...More »
In Cincinnati, and the areas surrounding it, there is a particular dish that’s comprised of spaghetti, chili, shredded cheddar, and maybe some diced onion. To those who are unfamiliar with this particular combination of ingredients, the dish, made famous by a chain called Skyline chili, can seem ridiculous. But it...More »
Following allegations of persistent misconduct by chef Eric Korsh at North End Grill, the owners of, Racines, the restaurant where he has been working, have announced a “mutual agreement” to part ways.
Korsh’s alleged behavior was detailed in a lengthy report about mishandled abuse at Union Square Hospitality...More »
Startling news if you’re pro-hydration: New evidence suggests that most of the world’s bottled water could be contaminated with tiny bits of plastic. Orb Media, a nonprofit journalism outfit, asked scientists to test 11 top water brands in nine different countries; they say microplastics turned up in 93 percent...More »
Despite the enduring Neapolitan-pie digression of the last 15 years or so, New Yorkers still like their pizza by the slice. They just do. They like mobility. They like to eat pizza on the move like Tony Manero in Saturday Night Fever. Of course, they like whole pies, too, but...More »
Mark your calendars, food geeks: Tomorrow, March 16, tickets will go on sale for Marcus Samuelsson’s fourth Harlem EatUp! Festival. The uptown food event returns on May 14, with six days of events centered around celebrating Harlem’s edibles, drinks, music, and culture.