Tag: nyc

Design

New York Restaurant Design No Longer Forcing Diners to Use Flashlights

6 years ago

Dark and dramatic lighting can be moody... and annoying. We're glad the days of our dining companions pulling out phones as flashlights are numbered. (Looking at you, dad.)

Food

Eataly World’s Opening Signals the Next Phase of Food Hall Expansion

6 years ago

Have we reach peak food hall? No, not even close. These playgrounds are a solution of sorts to disappearing retail by filling expensive real estate and playing to consumers’ appetites for gourmet choices and largely local, organic obsessions.

People

The Chef Behind Sushi Landmark Masa Turns His Attention to Steak and Fried Chicken

6 years ago

Takayama’s approach to creating multiple dining experiences under one roof is appealing and it will be very interesting to see how it pans out.

Marketing

Michelin Reveals its New York City Winners for 2018

6 years ago

There are excellent restaurants represented on the list, as well as glaring omissions that point to problems in the industry in New York City and beyond.

Independents

Tweets Reveal Some Michelin Guide New York City Winners

6 years ago

Michelin watchers will pay close attention to two things today: If the guide finally gives a female chef in the U.S. three stars and if the city adds more than six restaurants to the three-star collection.

Marketing

San Francisco Bests New York in Battle for Michelin Stars (For Now)

6 years ago

Until Michelin returns to Los Angeles this city vs. city battle won’t be complete.

Marketing

Michelin Releases Its List of New Picks for New York City’s Best Cheap(er) Restaurants

6 years ago

Too much Brooklyn and not enough Queens if you ask us.

Independents

Bobby Flay Will Close His Midtown Manhattan Restaurant Bar Americain

6 years ago

The balance between celebrity chef and running a restaurant is never easy but lease renewals always offer an opportunity to rethink what you're doing.

Independents

Adding Up the Costs Behind Le Cirque’s Bankruptcy and Closure

6 years ago

No restaurant is immune to the challenges of staying in business, not even those once at the pinnacle of fine dining.

Strategy

Do Calorie Counts on Menus Increase Healthy Eating? Experts Aren’t Sure

7 years ago

A scientific study based on the ordering habits of Chefs+Tech staff says that, yes, this works. Guilt can be a powerful health incentive.

Independents

New York City, Where the Rent’s Too High for Fine Dining

7 years ago

"Food desert" isn't the right term to describe a neighborhood without a fine-dining option, but when the rent's too high for restaurants, the neighborhood changes.