Anne Burrell Wants Back Into the Restaurant Biz; Nate Appleman Seeks Skilled Pizza Makers
Pierre Schutz has been named the executive chef at the forthcoming Jean-Georges at the Mark hotel, set to open in March. He was formerly at the now-defunct Vong. [NY Times]
Famed Gascon chef Thierry Marx will cook a special $350 meal at Le Bernardin on Feb. 20, as part of d'Artagnan's 25th anniversary. This will be his second time cooking in New York. [press release]
In an interview about her Food Network show, Worst Cooks in America, Anne Burrell admitted she missed working in restaurants and is looking to get back into the biz. [Serious Eats]
Todd English's French brasserie in the new InterContinenal Hotel in Times Square will open in July, featuring three dining areas and a "dynamic bar overlooking Broadway." [Eater]
Thomas Keller catered an event where Jeff Koons announced his new art project: painting the 17th BMW Art Car. Keller says he wanted to be there simply because he loves BMWs. [Grub Street]
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