Michael Psilakis Out at Anthos; Thomas Ferlesch Leaves Fort Greene for the Bright Lights of Manhattan
Michael Psilakis, who has been spotted sniffing out a new space in Williamsburg, has announced his departure from Anthos, his restaurant with partner Donatella Arpaia. She has reportedly bought him out. [NY Times]
Ferlesch, the chef-owner of Austrian bistro Thomas Beisl in Fort Greene, is looking for someone to take over the lease on the place as he prepares to start working with a restaurant group opening an ambitious new venture in Manhattan. [Eater]
Bobby Flay says that he trademarked the term "Crunchifying," which he describes as the practice of adding potato chips to hamburgers. [Feast]
A new Twitter feed merges the F-bomb-laden rants of Anthony Bourdain with the prosaic observations of Ruth Reichl. It's called, appropriately, @ruthbourdain. [Eat Me Daily]
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