Jill Schulster

  • Blogs

    December 6, 2013

    Eye Candy From Joe & Misses Doe

    For this week's review, Zachary Feldman checked in on Joe & Misses Doe (45 East 1st Street, 212-780-0262), the East Village rebrand of Joe Dobias' JoeDoe, undertaken with the proprietor's new wife and partner Jill Schulster. "This shift in tone is as much a response to brunch's popularity as it is a ... More >>

  • Dining

    December 4, 2013
  • Blogs

    September 4, 2013

    JoeDoe Becomes Joe & Misses Doe; Joe Dobias Talks the Devolution of the Restaurant Industry

    On the reputation of its gussied up gastropub fare and owner Joe Dobias' inclination toward provocation, JoeDoe firmly established itself in the East Village five years ago, and it's done a brisk business for brunch and dinner ever since. That is until it closed up shop a couple of weeks back to mak ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 30, 2012

    JoeDoe's Joe Dobias on Negative Media, Passover Meals Part 2

    ‚Äč Yesterday, we spoke to chef Joe Dobias, and got an earful. But one question does not an interview make. In Part 2, we discuss the most "surprising" restaurant he's recently dined at and what's next for the toque and his girlfriend and business partner, Jill Schulster. You're very outspoken abou ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 12, 2012

    The Hot Obama at Joe Doe

    ​The hot obama is served, not in a long black stretch limo, but in a mason jar with a handle. The vessel is kinda like one of those Pope bubble cars. You've enjoyed the fried chicken at Obama Flavor (now sadly closed), now try the Hot Obama at Joe Doe, a restaurant that describes its food a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 20, 2011

    Jennifer Yee 'In' at SHO; Dave Martin 'In' at The Meatball Factory

    ​SHO Shaun Hergatt has a new pastry chef. Jennifer Yee, who has worked at Aureole and The Breslin, has already put her touch on the dessert menu. [Zagat Buzz] Scott Conant has denied that he will bring his Vegas D.O.C.G. concept to New York. If anything, he is looking into opening a fine-dini ... More >>