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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.

Alice Waters' Edible Schoolyard Dines at Craft

The chef co-hosts fundraising dinner with John Lyons, Fernanda Niven, Jonathen Sheffer, Brett Williams and Jake Gyllenhaal.

london preview, scene, london's east end,

London Preview: Scene

Places to stay and eat during London Fashion Week.

Lincoln Center, Bon Appetit cafe, 'wichcraft, Bar Boulud, Nougatine, A Voce Columbus, Bouchon bakery, food,

Fashion Plates: Where to Eat This Week

WWD's guide to the dining options near Lincoln Center

Pierre Koffmann, Heinz Beck, Koffman's, The Berkeley, Apsleys, Pergola, London dining,  The Lanesborough, Gordon Ramsey, Claridge's

London Restaurant Scene: Koffman's and Apsleys

Chefs Pierre Koffmann and Heinz Beck inject a dose of adrenaline — and drama — to eating out in London.

chocolate, london, food, william curley, the savoy hotel

William Curley Spices Up London's Chocolate Scene

Chocolatier opens second shop selling truffles flavored with exotics including wasabi, rosemary and olive oil, toasted sesame and Earl Grey tea.

OLIVIER Cheng, entertaining, food, Sean Driscoll, ANTONY TODD

Cheap Week: Reining In Event Spending

In the spirit of WWD’s Cheap Week, we asked event experts for tips on reining in spending, from a casual dinner to a fancy gala, without sacrificing elegance.

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