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Solid drinks, no pretension.
Christina Lecki strives to emulate Chez Panisse and River Café and make the Brooklyn restaurant a “little slower, a little more simplistic.”
His $1 million lawsuit alleges that the chain fired him for complaining.
Pacific oysters and clams are at an average of eight particles apiece.
The chain needs space on the line, but people aren’t loving the cheese dip so far.
She and Bill bought “tons” of pizzas and donated them to a local after-school program.
The Thai takeout joint opens this weekend with fried chicken larb and sai oua on bun.
It’s made with a multigrain mix of flours that’s heavily hydrated and long fermented.
It’s shaved into dozens of razor-thin petals and served on a glass cube meant to be passed around the table, the foie spread onto orange “chips.”
“We’re not going to go full Dr. Brenner on you.”
“Don’t we have anything better to do than attack foie gras?”
It just expanded the service to 12 cities, and plans to add 20 more.
“The world is not filled with examples of small companies improving after transactions like this.”
It argues that smuggling yourself into America can cost $20,000, but opening a beer store is only $5,000.
One-stop shopping for the city’s eclectic appetites.
“Most” of them will also sell booze.
What do those millions of displaced people need? Creamed spinach.
It’s swapping 100 percent juice for an “organic” option that’s half water.
They get awarded quasi-shares that rise with the company’s worth.
Presumably, half of them are headed to eBay.