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Devon Gilroy Launches Private Dining Company; Jimmy Bradley Battles Cancer

Devon Gilroy Launches Private Dining Company; Jimmy Bradley Battles Cancer

Devon Gilroy, who left East Side Social Club months before it closed and is now cooking at Park Avenue Tavern, is launching a private dining company called Parkerhouse. The project could evolve into a catering business or even a restaurant. [Paper]

The Food Network is premiering Chopped All-Stars in March, starring such chefs as Geoffrey Zakarian, Aaron Sanchez, Amanda Freitag, Nate Appleman, and Anita Lo. [Eater]

Paul Liebrandt is the subject of a new documentary called A Mouthful, directed by Sally Rowe, that chronicles his career from Gilt to Corton. [Grub Street]

Jimmy Bradley, the chef-owner of the Red Cat and the Harrison, has shelved his plans to open the J & S Food Hall in the Nolitan Hotel due to a battle with oral cancer. [Diner's Journal]

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