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Melanie Dunea Goes for Seconds on Last Supper

Set to hit shelves Tuesday, Melanie Dunea's update to "My Last Supper" shines a light on 50 celebrated chefs.

Alain Allegretti, La Promenade des Anglais

Alain Allegretti Kicks the Complications

At his newest restaurant La Promenade des Anglais, the Nice-born chef aims to serve up French cuisine minus the “stuffiness.”

Wolfgang Puck Opens First Eatery in London

Vanessa Getty, Ozwald Boateng and Nadja Swarovski all dined at Puck's new restaurant The Cut.

John DeLucie Previews Crown

Chef John DeLucie served roast organic chicken and zucchini cake to John Demsey and Carolina Herrera at a private preview of his new restaurant.

macaron, Ladurée,

Macaron Mecca Ladurée Opens in New York

The famed French pastry house comes to North America.

Left Bank, west village, Restaurants,

Feast for the Eye: Left Bank Comes to West Village

Despite what you may think, it is not a French restaurant.

The Food Life, Lauren Levinger, Michael King,

New Blog The Food Life Takes Cue From Fashion

Michael King, a fashion publicist at Siren Public Relations, and Lauren Levinger, a former market associate for Creative Artists Agency, have a new act.

Florence, Boulangerie Del Rifrullo, Volume, Io-Osteria Personale, Logic, Hotel Cilla Cora,

Pitti Filati Preview: Florentine Foray

A guide to some new places for visitors to enjoy in the city, including places to eat, drink and stay.

New NYC Eatery Goes Dutch

Owners Andrew Carmellini, Luke Ostrom and Josh Pickard talk about their new New York hot spot, The Dutch.

Pierre Jancou, Vivant, La Cremerie, Racines, 10th arrondissement, “poularde racines”,

Pierre Jancou's Latest Is... Vivant!

The French chef's new restaurant is nested on a lively street in the 10th arrondissement and offers a different menu daily.

Patrick Roger, chocolate, Paris, Magnum Ice Cream,

Patrick Roger: The Mad Chocolatier

The Rodin of chocolate recently collaborated with Karl Lagerfeld and Magnum to create a hotel suite entirely made of chocolate.

Dom Pérignon and El Bulli Honor Chef Ferran Adrià

The Costa Brava restaurant and champagne company paid tribute to the chef who Dom president Daniel Lalonde lauded as “the most respected chef in the world.”

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