Jason Denton, who owns, ‘Ino and ‘Inoteca, has opened Corsino, which specializes in crostini with assorted toppings, as well as other Italian plates from chef Steve Connaughton.
From the The Spotted Pig team, The Breslin has finally arrived. The Ace Hotel’s new restaurant will feature a “seasonal, rustic, meat-heavy menu with English inflections.”
Caprice is the New York outpost of the venerated London brasserie. The menu is similar, with steak tartare, wild mushroom risotto, and sauteed foie gras with caramelized apples.
Bunga’s Den has opened in the West Village, by the owners of the dive bar Johnny’s. It features 14 beers on tap, plus 20-odd by the bottle.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on October 23, 2009