The Suhanoskys 'Out' at Sfoglia; Ferran Adrià Plans Two New Spots
Ron Suhanosky and Colleen Marnell-Suhanosky, the couple who opened Sfoglia on the Upper East Side, are no longer involved with the restaurant or its Nantucket big-sister establishment. [Diner's Journal]
Ferran Adrià and his brother Albert have announced they're opening two new restaurants in the Flotats building in Barcelona: a cocktail bar called 41* and a tapas bar, Tickets. [Grub Street]
Kurt Guttenbrunner of Wallse, Café Sabarsky, and Blaue Gans is opening a café inside the Swarovski Crystallized Boutique in Soho, called Café Kristall. [Eater]
Le Cirque's Sirio Maccioni and his chef, Craig Hopson, are expanding the restaurant to a series of cruise ships. [Zagat Buzz]
Former Boqueria chef Seamus Mullen has plans for a downtown restaurant, which will be inspired by the subject of his forthcoming cookbook: healthy Hero Foods. [Feast]
Daniel Boulud's Dinex Group has posted a Craigslist ad seeking prep and junior sous chefs for positions at Daniel, Café Boulud, db Bistro Moderne, Bar Boulud, and DBGB. [Feast]
Andrew Carmellini was photographed for Downtown From Behind, a new fashion photography website, riding a bike with a pig over his shoulder. [Feast]
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