Joey Campanaro

  • Blogs

    November 6, 2014

    Pour One Out for The Harrison, Closing After the Holidays

    Another one bites the dust. It's been a big year for restaurant closings thanks to massive Manhattan rent hikes -- Union Square Cafe and wd~50 face impending shutters, and today brings word that Jimmy Bradley's beloved Tribeca restaurant The Harrison (355 Greenwich Street, 212-274-9310) will close a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    October 7, 2014

    Breaking: Chef Ilan Hall Brings Knife Fight to Brooklyn

    Former Top Chef champion Ilan Hall made waves in the Brooklyn dining scene earlier this summer, opening his restaurant, the Gorbals (98 North 6th Street, Brooklyn, 718-387-0195), to positive reviews. Now he's bringing his show, Knife Fight, to Williamsburg as well.

  • Blogs

    March 28, 2014

    Seven Years in, Market Table Is in Good Hands

    For this week's review, I headed to The Clam (420 Hudson Street, 212-242-7420), Mike Price and Joey Campanaro's sleek bivalve-centric restaurant. It's an aesthetic departure from the partners' other West Village establishment Market Table (54 Carmine Street, 212-255-2100) (and from Campanaro's Littl ... More >>

  • Blogs

    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 >>

  • Dining

    March 26, 2014

    The Mollusks at The Clam Pull You Into the Deep Like an Undertow

    The new West Village eatery features coastal cookery inspired by the Chesapeake Bay

  • Blogs

    March 11, 2014

    The Clam's Mike Price: Why Restaurants Celebrating One Ingredient Are Evolving Away From Fast Casual

    New York has seen a slew of single-item restaurants open in the past few years, but perhaps none as refined as The Clam (420 Hudson Street, 212-242-8420), a West Village spot that celebrates its namesake shellfish in a sleek dining room rather than the fast casual digs normally devoted to this type ... More >>

  • Blogs

    January 23, 2014

    The Clam Doles Out Shellfish in the West Village

    Chef Mike Price has always loved clams. "I grew up in Maryland, and while steamers and hard clams were not as prevalent as they are in Massachusetts or Long Island, I gained a healthy love of seafood," he explains. And while he could find restaurants dedicated to other childhood favorites like oyste ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 27, 2013

    Truffles are In: Here's Where to Celebrate in NYC

    Thanksgiving may be a joyous affair, but it's the beleaguered gateway to Christmas. The good news is, it's also the height of white truffle season and the harbinger of black truffle season. And this year, we're seeing some the best fungus we've seen in a while. You don't have to go to a overcrowde ... More >>

  • Blogs

    July 3, 2013

    More NYC Chefs on What to Eat on the Fourth

    Yesterday, 10 of New York City's chefs weighed in on the gastronomic celebrations they have planned for the 4th of July. Today, we hear from more; one divulges how to grill s'mores in Queens, another talks about fresh produce and rose on a boat, and still another goes for shrimp quesadillas. Happy ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 14, 2013

    What Do Chefs Eat at Work? From Pig-Head Pozole to Cheese Steaks, Notes on Restaurant Staff Meals

    This week's review is of Cocina Economica Mexico on the Upper West Side, where Pedro Hernandez Perez was put in charge of a Mexican kitchen after winning over David Bank and the Land Thai team with the family meals he prepared, inspired by his hometown of Puebla. To celebrate good family meals (the ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 21, 2011

    At Kenmare, Gilbert Delgado Takes Over from Joey Campanaro

    ​Eater learns that Kenmare has a new chef. Gilbert Delgado is taking over the kitchen that has been left empty since Joey Campanaro's recent departure.

  • Blogs

    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 >>

  • Blogs

    July 7, 2010

    Robert Sietsema at Katmandu Spice; Sarah DiGregorio on Twain's Feast

    This week in the Voice, Robert Sietsema uncovers Brazilian-Nepalese fusion at Katmandu Spice. Sarah DiGregorio takes a break from eating to read Twain's Feast: Searching for America's Lost Foods in the Footsteps of Samuel Clemens. Sam Sifton awards Kenmare no stars, proclaiming that: "the food is i ... More >>

  • Voice Choices

    July 6, 2010


    Welcome to meat-lovers' paradise

  • Blogs

    June 3, 2010

    Ryan Skeen Hosts a Cooking Class; Joey Campanaro Heads to Philly

    ​ Ryan Skeen is launching a bi-weekly supper club and cooking class at 5 & Diamond. The first is a $55 Spring Lamb Fest next Monday, which will include a primer on how to butcher and prepare lamb in a variety of ways, from smoking to braising. [Eater] Joey Campanaro of Kenmare, Market Table a ... More >>

  • Blogs

    May 19, 2010

    This Week In The Voice: The 2010 Obie Awards

    ​Every year, The Village Voice holds their own awards ceremony for theater free from the pomp, circumstance, and promotional intent towards profit that most other Dog and Pony extravaganzas do: The Obies. And the awesomeness that was this year's was no exception. Voice theater critic and Obie ... More >>

  • Dining

    May 18, 2010

    Downtown's New Haunt: Kenmare Restaurant

    On the Lower East Side, Sam Sifton meets the ghost of EC Comics

  • Blogs

    May 10, 2010

    Make Joey Campanaro's Cucumber and Radish Pickles from Kenmare

    Joey Campanaro doesn't mind being in a pickle.​Joey Campanaro has promised grown-up, Mediterranean-inflected fare at the newly opened Kenmare. But that doesn't mean he can't have fun with his vegetables. The chef shares his recipe for Cucumber and Radish Pickles because, as he says, "Who doesn ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 26, 2010

    Open & Closed: Say Hello to Lowlands; Goodbye to Jade Terrace

    Jade Terrace, the rooftop bar at China Club, has filed for Chapter 11 following China Club filing last month. The owners blame the economy for its demise. [Crain's]​ The team behind Lokal in Greenpoint will soon open a Mexican place at 52 Nassau Avenue. Expect tacos, burritos, and quesadillas ... More >>

  • Blogs

    March 17, 2010

    Still Haven't Had Enough Meatballs?

    Maggie Hoffman/FlickrThese happen to be turkey.​Reviews of the Meatball Shop are rolling in, with both the Times and Serious Eats offering their opinions on New York's latest assiduously compartmentalized restaurant. The Post has chimed in with its own round-up of the city's best balls. The ... More >>

  • Blogs

    February 19, 2010

    Open & Closed: Say Hello to Tre Otte; Goodbye to Olana

    After declaring bankruptcy last year, Olana has finally closed. A staff member says the restaurant rallied, but could not negotiate an affordable enough rent with the landlord. [Eater] Argo Tea Cafe has opened in Chelsea, serving more than 30 loose-leaf teas, as well as Fairtrade coffee and a menu ... More >>

  • Blogs

    December 22, 2009

    Today in Lawsuits: Gabriel Stulman v. His Former Partners at Little Owl

    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 >>

  • Blogs

    August 10, 2009

    Esquire Serves a Super-Sized Fast Food Feature

    macrofarm/flickr​This month's issue of Esquire devotes considerable coverage to the topic of fast food, with a round-up of the country's best (In-N-Out) and worst (Taco Bell) chains, thoughts about burger joints, and chef confessionals about the last time they ate fast food. Our fair city's culina ... More >>

  • Blogs

    September 7, 2007