Chez Sardine, Gabriel Stulman's non-traditional izakaya, introduced a new brunch menu with funky Japanese-American combinations. Mushroom-baked eggs with goat cheese and ramps, miso-baked oysters, and a "Fedora burger" with smoked cheddar, cucumbers, and BBQ mayo will be served alongside funky cockt ... More >>
Spring is (finally) in the air and the warm weather seems to be lightening our moods as well as our wardrobes. Did the rising temperatures have the same effect on our critics? Tejal Rao has mixed feelings about Manzanilla in Gramercy, while Robert Sietsema writes a rave for Cathedral in Flatbush. R ... More >>
In New York City, only the strong restaurants survive. Or the ones with amazing food, cult followings, lots of great press, and a whole slew of other factors. For those keeping tabs, here's a list of restaurants that opened and closed in December.
Gabriel Stulman added another West Village restaurant to his dossier. Chez Sardine is his newest endeavor, following Fedora, Joseph Leonard, Jeffrey's Grocery, and Perla. Chez Sardine is an izakaya set against a menu featuring things like a foie gras and smoked cheddar grilled cheese sandwich. 183 W ... More >>
If you really love your mom, you might want to consider skipping the Mother's Day specials this year. They tend to be such gloomy experiences as restaurants transform into brunch factories for the day and serve mediocre set menus. Instead, I suggest you take your mother out in the evening, like a re ... More >>
Gabriel Stulman expands his Greenwich Village empire
I review Perla this week, a charming new Italian restaurant in the West Village from restaurateur Gabriel Stulman, with chef Michael Toscano in the kitchen. Read the full review here. I also got a tip on the best kind of eatin' pants:
A helping of historical revisionism.A year after the closure of the original Fedora bar and restaurant, which graced West 4th Street from 1952 until its eponymous owner retired last summer, its patrons are mourning what Gabriel Stulman has done to it.
Padma Lakshmi's custody battle with baby-daddy Adam Dell is heating up as Dell reveals the Top Chef mom had hoped billionaire Teddy Forstmann was Krishna's biological father. [NY Post] Gabriel Stulman of Joseph Leonard, Jeffrey's Grocery, and now Fedora has created not only a series of popul ... More >>
Restaurants and bars, they come and they go. Here are a few making their debuts and bowing out this week. Gonzalez y Gonzalez, a lively Mexican joint near Broadway and Houston, is shuttering after 22 years in business. [Paper] The West Village beer and burger spot Stoned Crow has also closed, due ... More >>
Gabriel Stulman offers you a seat at his high-end general store
Lost CityFedora's sign shines on.After a couple of days of speculation, it has been confirmed that Gabriel Stulman will take over the lease on the Fedora, the restaurant and bar that has sat on West 4th Street since 1952.
This week in food blogs... Eater continued its plywood stalking of Ma Peche, now readying for a mid-April opening. Grub Street found a wienermobile for sale on Craigslist for $12,900. Diner's Journal learned that Colicchio & Sons, which went from prix-fixe to a la carte, is now doing a ton of bus ... More >>
You've heard a lot about Joseph Leonard. Now, listen to the recipe for its pan-roasted chicken. For a small, quaint West Village restaurant, Joseph Leonard has had a difficult time staying out of the press since it opened last summer. Even after the opening buzz died down, it made headlines f ... More >>
Daniel Krieger/EaterGabriel Stulman has a big beard and big lawsuit. Nothing says holiday spirit quite like a lawsuit, so here's a good stocking stuffer: CityFile has learned that Gabriel Stulman, proprietor of the five-month-old Joseph Leonard, is suing Mikey Price and Joey Campanaro, his fo ... More >>
This week in the Voice, Our Man Sietsema gets transported to Rome at Quinto Quarto. Pete Wells loosens his grip on his precious stars to award two to Saul Bolton's eponymous restaurant in Brooklyn, despite his nostalgia for the original 1999 menu. [NY Times] Adam Platt finds that "the more ambitio ... More >>
As reported on Runnin' Scared, Our Man Sietsema happened to be walking by Joseph Leonard earlier today when a car crashed into the restaurant and then rolled along until it came to a stop in front of a nearby Chinese massage parlor. Fortunately, no one was hurt -- aside from the car's driver, ... More >>
Gabriel Stulman, the mastermind behind Little Owl and Market Table, has opened Joseph Leonard, a cozy resto-bar that forgoes a cocktail list so that patrons can order whatever they want. James McDuffee, formerly of Bouchon Bakery, serves up easy plates of housemade pates, roast chicken for two, and ... More >>
<em>New York</em> magazine's Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld have some details about a few restaurants opening in the coming weeks:Joseph Leonard is the first solo project from Market Table and Little Owl vet Gabriel Stulman; the "bar with serious food" is named after Stulman's grandfat ... More >>
When Gabriel Stulman opens Joseph Leonard, his so-called "bar with serious food," next week, he'll be the first New York purveyor of Boxed Water Is Better. As its name suggests, this is water with a purpose: according to its website, it's "part sustainable water company, part art project, part ph ... More >>