José Andrés, the Spanish-born chef and restaurateur known for organizing epic feeding initiatives when disaster strikes, was late in the game to establish a footprint…View More José Andrés Will Open Two Restaurants in NoMad
A dedicated gelateria opening March 17 is the latest in the repertory of Sant Ambroeus, the Milanese-style restaurant group. It will sell the company’s ultrasmooth…View More Sant Ambroeus Opens a Gelateria in SoHo
As shuttered restaurants slowly reopen and eased dining restrictions allow for more customers in Colorado dining rooms, nearly 300,000 foodservice workers in Colorado learned on…View More Colorado restaurant workers express frustration after getting bumped in vaccine line
After nearly a year of the pandemic decimating New York City’s restaurant industry, forcing thousands of businesses to close permanently and costing tens of thousands…View More N.Y. Restaurant Fires Waitress Who Wouldn’t Get Covid-19 Vaccine
A restaurant worker was fired for shouting ‘man and woman’ at a gay couple who came in to get some food. Nelson Ayala and his…View More Restaurant worker fired for shouting 'Man and woman!' at gay couple who came in
‘This is what outdoor dining looks like in my city’: NYC restaurant owner mocks Gov. Cuomo’s ban on indoor dining by hosting dinner for staff…View More NY restaurant mocks ban on indoor dining by hosting dinner in the SNOW
New York City’s restaurants, already staggered by the loss of indoor dining this week, must close their roadway dining programs at 2 p.m. on Wednesday,…View More In New York, outdoor dining confronts the approaching snowstorm.
[Want to get New York Today by email? Here’s the sign-up.] It’s Monday. Weather: Rain, and then later in the day a mix of rain…View More Restaurants Forge Ahead Without Indoor Dining
Restaurant ratings traditionally land in November, with the annual release of the latest guides from Michelin and Zagat. Not this year. Both companies have put…View More Zagat and Michelin Hit Pause on New York City Guides
Six years ago, Katy McNulty, the chef and owner of The Pixie and the Scout, a catering company, raised $40,000 through Kickstarter to create her…View More How the Pandemic Inspired a Kitchen-Share Scene Among Out-of-Work Chefs
In the backyard of the new Greenwich Village restaurant Silver Apricot are a few tables, about a dozen chairs, plexiglass partitions to separate them, a…View More Silver Apricot Applies a Chinese Lens to Farm-to-Table Cooking
Headliner Rolls Rice Soft, traced with sauce and enclosing various fillings, Cantonese steamed rice noodle rolls (cheung fun) have a devoted following in New York.…View More Rolls Rice Opens With Rice Rolls Inspired by Classic Asian Dishes
The owner of an east London restaurant lost £25,000 in one day after hundreds of customers cancelled bookings when the Government announced the capital would…View More Restaurant owner loses £25,000 when 540 bookings cancel on day tier 2 announced
The restaurant industry, battered by the pandemic, is hoping indoor dining will help ease months of hardship. By Michael Gold At noon on Wednesday, the…View More Indoor Dining Returns to New York City, but Will Customers?