Robert Berry

  • Blogs

    February 11, 2013

    Snitching Schnitzels

    Harold Dieterle has a schnitzel at The Marrow... Among Manhattan restaurants, at least, schnitzels are on the upswing. While you may think that the pounded-thin, breaded-and-fried cutlets belong mainly in the city's antique German restaurants like the Heidelberg, Zum Stammtisch, and Killmeyer's Ol ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 3, 2011

    Mathieu Palombino, David Malbequi Step In at Prima; Robert Berry Takes Over at Monument Lane

    ​Mathieu Palombino, of Motorino and the forthcoming Bowery Diner, and David Malbequi, of BLT, have lent their talents to Prima Strada, which lost its chefs shortly before opening yesterday. [Eater] Monkey Bar debuted Damon Wise's new lunch menu, featuring dishes like smoked fettuccine with un ... More >>

  • Blogs

    November 2, 2011

    Lauren Shockey Goes 'Bowling' for Ramen

    This week in the Voice, Lauren Shockey samples the Japanese noodle soups at newcomers Chuko, Tabata, and Ramen by Liz BarclayMiso happy.​ Eric Asimov finds hits and misses at Saxon & Parole: "All told, one sits down to dinner at Saxon & Parole anticipating warmth, good times and ... More >>

  • Blogs

    April 5, 2011

    OMFG, It's a Ramp Fest!

    applepiepatispate.comGlorified scallions, people. Glorified scallions.​If Ciano's ramp-studded gnocchi got you all hot and bothered, well, that's just the beginning. Now comes word of a festival solely devoted to the odoriferous allium!

  • News

    May 29, 2007

    Mopping Up

    The ordeal of the New Yorkers sent to clean up the mess at Abu Ghraib