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The Trilby, The Cooper Square Hotel, James Stuart, Klaus Ortlieb

Feast for the Eye: The Trilby Doffs Its Cap

The Cooper Square Hotel's new lounge and eatery is more cozy and bookish than trendy and pretentious.

Sam Talbot, Imperial No. 9, Mondrian, SoHo, New York

Chef Sam Talbot Lands at Imperial No. 9

The restaurant at the Mondrian SoHo hotel opens on Tuesday.

The Smile, Matt Kliegman, The New York Times, T magazine, Blackbook, Interview, Jane Ballroom, Westway, Opening Ceremony

Boys' Night Out: The Nice Guys of Nightlife

Owning a bunch of destination nightclubs and having magazines ask for your top picks of cool things to do is one of the holy grails of Manhattan manhood.

Jesús Núñez, Graffit, Upper West Side, Manhattan, graffiti artist, Polenta, Flou, Madrid, Dasic Fernández

Feast for the Eye: Jesús Núñez Opens Graffit

A street artist turned chef finds a new canvas on New York's Upper West Side.

Laura Santtini

Laura Santtini's Umami Charm

This rising British chef has a new cookbook, an advice column and a best-selling food product.

Alain Passard

Cookbooks Get the Graphic Treatment

Three French gourmands have punched up the format with the sort of visual panache usually reserved for coffee-table fare.


Feast for the Eye: Comfort Food in Harlem

Marcus Samuelsson's latest venture, Red Rooster Harlem, opens this week.

mr chow, maximillian chow, fratelli's brick house pizza, pizza, mario batali, toddy g's, Todd Giordanella, Salman Agah

Toddy G's NYC-style Pizza
Arrives in LA

A New Yorker and his skateboarding pal have opened LA's hippest and most authentic pizza joint.

la goulue, lyon, francois latapie, bruxelles

Feast for the Eye: Lyon Restaurant Opens Downtown

Former Goulue partner François Latapie and real estate whiz Penny Bradley establish a new eatery.

Carmine Club Cafe, Noel Cruz, Sam Rivera, Joe Vigorito,

Feast for the Eye: Carmine Club Cafe

The two-story, 65-seat restaurant features an open kitchen, a wrap-around bar and original exposed brick.

Exit, Quickly... Bauer's New Man... Media Theory...

Carol Smith fired from management post at Conde Nast's food group.

The Darby, Scott Sartiano, Richie Akiva

Feast for the Eye: The Darby Set to Bow in November

The restaurant, modeled after El Morocco and Copacabana, is about to become one of the more entertaining places to live it up.

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