Gabe Stulman

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    September 15, 2014

    Here's What You Missed at Taste Talks

    The weekend's Taste Talks events went off without a hitch, bringing together top New York food mavens and eager eaters to share in conversation and plenty of good dishes. From Friday evening to Sunday night, Taste Talks hosted a round of events -- dinners, presentations, a Future of Food expo, and S ... More >>

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    March 28, 2014

    Where to Look for Wine List Deals at Our 99 Essential Restaurants

    As we prepared to write about our 99 Essential Restaurants™ in Lower Manhattan, we spoke to the chefs and owners behind these places, asking them to discuss their history and unique place among the other eateries in this town. But we were also thinking of your wallet, dear readers, and so we asked ... More >>

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    September 4, 2013

    The 10 Best Italian Restaurants in NYC

    For decades, Italian cuisine in New York meant red sauce and lots of it. With the opening of Bamonte's in 1900 and Ferdinando's Focacceria four years later, tomato-heavy Neapolitan and Sicilian restaurants enjoyed a certain sustained verisimilitude, carrying the torch for their motherland while pavi ... More >>

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    June 27, 2013

    City Grit's Sarah Simmons: "We Are Moving Into a New Location"

    In part one of our interview with City Grit's Sarah Simmons, the chef talked about who inspires her, divulged an underrated kitchen tool, and said she wished snarky hostesses would just go away. Here in part two, she talks about a time she ate until she was going to die, discloses what New York City ... More >>

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    June 26, 2013
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    April 2, 2013

    Real Campari-and-Soda Service at Montmartre

    Bitter pink Campari with soda water is one of my favorite retro aperitifs, but no one seems to get the proportions right. I find it's always diluted with too much soda, like a watery dive-bar highball.

  • Dining

    February 27, 2013

    Analyze This at The Marrow

    A champion chef puts his heritage on the line

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    February 6, 2013

    Dine with Descartes at Le Philosophe; Lots of Tongue at Bar Corvo

    Our own Robert Sietsema stumbles upon the new and under publicized Noho bistro, Le Philosophe, and finds that it's a "wonderful place." He writes in his review of Le Philosophe that a slightly grayish "mural depicting dozens of philosophers" looms behind diners in the candlelit space. But he barely ... More >>

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    January 30, 2013

    A Look at New 'Cue around NYC; Pigs Ears Amidst Chaos at Salvation Taco

    Our own Robert Sietsema surveys the latest barbecue offerings from "the East Village to Gowanus," and finds worthwhile rib-stickers throughout the boroughs. His saucy list of favorites includes Daniel Delany's BrisketTown, "which obsesses on beef brisket smoked in a trailer located just off Flushing ... More >>

  • Dining

    January 23, 2013

    Gimme Five at Chez Sardine

    Gabe Stulman adds another Village outpost

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    January 23, 2013

    Crisp and Chewy Pizza at Juliana's; Spectacular Japanese Food at Chez Sardine

    Tejal Rao visited pizza legend Patsy Grimaldi's new outpost, Juliana's, where the pies are made with an old-fashioned touch -- cheese first, sauce last. The method allows the "tomato sauce [to] protect the cheese like sunblock," Rao writes in her review of Juliana's." The benefits of such care are c ... More >>

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    December 5, 2012

    Tejal Rao at Cocoron; Robert Sietsema at Nargis Cafe

    This week, our own Tejal Rao found the beauty in buckwheat at Nolita's Cocoron. Of the restaurant's signature soba, she writes that "the noodles here have soul and bite. A massive pot of water rolls in the back of the kitchen, sending up a clean, perfumed steam." This second location for husband an ... More >>

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    March 20, 2012

    Say Hello to Montanara, Atrio

    Montanara, a pizza joint opened by master pizzaiolo Giulio Adriani that serves deep-fried pies, has opened on the Lower East Side. [Time Out] The owners of the Italian restaurant Il Mulino are opening a new location on the Upper East Side. [Eater]

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    May 19, 2011

    Battle of the Fancy Shrimp and Grits: Imperial No. Nine vs. Joseph Leonard

    Lauren ShockeyShrimp grits = YUM​ The Southern staple of shrimp and grits has moseyed on up North and become fancified by many of Gotham's top chefs at decidedly non-Dixie restaurants. Now, as My Cousin Vinny taught us, no self-respecting Southerner would ever use instant grits. But would ... More >>

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    March 28, 2011

    Gabe Stulman Wants to Go Into the Bodega Business

    ​Crain's has published its annual 40 Under 40, a round-up of over-achieving types who have not yet had to grapple with the existential challenges of middle age. It includes three emissaries from the food world. One, unsurprisingly, is David Chang, who says he wants to transform his business in ... More >>

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    March 16, 2011

    Jeffrey's Promises To Reopen Today

    ​Curious passersby peer in the window of Jeffrey's, trying to figure out what's going on inside. On Monday, Eater reported that Jeffrey's -- Gabe Stulman's second of three Sheraton Square restaurants -- would be closing for two days to accomplish a kitchen refurbishment.

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    March 2, 2011

    Hats Off to Greenwich Village's Fedora

    Montreal makes another tasty incursion into NYC, courtesy of Gabe Stulman

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    January 27, 2011

    Gabe Stulman Gets His Thursday Styles Close-Up

    The Huffington PostGabe Stulman​Today, the Times' Thursday Styles section turns its attentions to the matter of Gabe Stulman and discovers that he is more or less a one-man employment agency for "scruffy young" Wisconsin ex-pats:

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    January 7, 2011

    Is Jeffrey's Becoming More of a Luncheonette?

    Harry SewardThere's no more toilet paper for sale at Jeffrey's​We reviewed Jeffery's Grocery, Gabe Stulman's tiny West Village hybrid grocery store-restaurant a few weeks ago, noting the ample sundries available for purchase. Well, it looks like Stulman might be rethinking his vision for the ... More >>

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    December 22, 2010

    Lost City Rounds Up 2010's Lost Dining Landmarks

    Joining the ranks of the extinct or endangered...​Adding to the list of year-end lists is undoubtedly the most poignant one to date, a remembrance of lost New York landmarks from Lost City's Brooks of Sheffield. "As in every year of the Bloomberg administration, 2010 was a bad one for preserva ... More >>

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    December 16, 2010

    Gabe Stulman Explains His 'Vision' for the Fedora

    Lost City​To make another neighborhood restaurant and bar. However, maybe more than J[oseph]L[eonard] or Jeffrey's, it's to be more of a bar. My partner and GM Brian Bartels has been crafting and curating infused spirits, homemade bitters and syrups and putting together an inspired beverage pr ... More >>

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    November 16, 2010

    Joseph Leonard Restaurant Fire: An Update

    ​A crew of six was busy at work today at Sheridan Square. It's been almost a month since an early morning fire shuttered Sheridan Square's Joseph Leonard. We promised to keep an eye on the rehabilitation of the space as it progressed, so here's the first report.

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    October 7, 2010

    Fedora Imports a Former Au Pied de Cochon Chef

    telequebec.tvMehdi Brunet-Benkritly, avec un chapeau.​Between M. Wells, the meat, the bagels, and now, the Fedora, New York is tasting more and more like Montreal these days. Florence Fabricant reports that Gabe Stulman has hired Medhi Brunet-Benkritly to helm the kitchen of his soon-to-open r ... More >>

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    October 1, 2010

    Gabe Stulman Opens Jeffrey's Grocery

    W MagazineMr. Stulman, clad in plaid.​Gabe Stulman is now one step closer to realizing his dreams of turning the West Village into an eastern outpost of Wisconsin: per Grub Street, he's opened the doors to Jeffrey's Grocery, a "mom 'n' pop" shop cum luncheonette. The place sounds and looks ver ... More >>

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    September 14, 2010

    Gabe Stulman Reveals Plans to Transform West Village Into Eastern Branch of Wisconsin

    W MagazineGabe Stulman, with beard.​We're...employing more people from Wisconsin across the street at Jeffrey's. We want to rebrand this like little pocket, the three blocks from West 4th street down where Fedora is all the way down to like Christopher and Sixth Avenue. I'd like to rename this ... More >>