Blue Hill at Stone Barns to Reopen '563 Evenings After Our Last Service'
Blue Hill at Stone Barns has a reopening date on the calendar, chef Dan Barber announced over Instagram on Tuesday.
The Most Important Thing My Father, the World-Famous Physicist, Taught Me About Passion
Michio Kaku, born in 1947, is an American theoretical physicist.
Jibs, Seafood Served With a River View, to Open in Hudson Yards
Barbecue in Koreatown, a mini food hall featuring Asian snacks in Williamsburg, and more restaurant news.
By Chloe's Founder Takes Jab at Vegan Chain's Rebrand to Beatnic
Chef and By Chloe founder Chloe Coscarelli is closing the door on years of legal drama with the fast casual vegan chain now that it's under new ownership, but she's not above dropping a few zingers on the way out.
Bacall's Family Steakhouse, an all-new restaurant and vodka bar bringing homestyle cooking to the heart of Times Square, has announced that it will officially open its doors on September 17, 2021.
Joseph Kramer, the 'Country Doctor' of Avenue D, Dies at 96
Shunning the New Jersey suburbs in 1969, he set up a pay-what-you-can practice on the blighted Lower East Side and for three decades was a hero to the poor.
Edward J. Greenfield, Judge With a Writerly Touch, Dies at 98
He often luxuriated in the richness of the English language, going off on whimsical digressions and enlivening the law with colorful asides.
It was a minor legal case in the early 1970s.
Navigating Today's Rental Market
Prices have bounced back since the height of the pandemic, but there are still ways to get a good deal.
Red Hook's Fort Defiance Is Back Open at a New Corner Location - and More Openings
A year and a half into the coronavirus pandemic, restaurants across the city continue to open their doors, sometimes because their concepts could be adapted for takeout and delivery, but more often because their owners saw no other choice but to forge ahead.
New Yorkers Can Dine Indoors Right After Receiving Their First Vaccine, De Blasio Says
Ahead of the full rollout of the city's vaccine mandate later this month, Mayor Bill de Blasio has further loosened the rules of his Key to NYC program, which requires New Yorkers to provide proof of vaccination to eat at restaurants and participate in other indoor activities.