Three newcomers are earning raves for bringing innovative ethnic fare to the already rich and vibrant flavors that personify New Orleans.
Editor’s Note: The Culinary Institute of America presents its 17th annual Worlds of Flavor conference April 22–24 at the Greystone campus.
Carnem, an American steakhouse, will open in the heart of Park Slope, Brooklyn in April 2015.
Big Night Restaurant Group, who quietly announced late last year the addition of a burger window at San Francisco restaurant Marlowe, has shifted its plans to a pop-up burger joint and private dining space at its original location.
Tanta, a Peruvian dining destination in Chicago’s River North neighborhood, announced a new Chef’s Table experience, Aventura Culinaria, which begins March 1.
Oakland-based restaurateur Chris Pastena, known for his involvement with Chop Bar and Lungomare, plans to launch Calavera this summer.The Mexican restaurant will be located in a restored Julia Morgan building within Oakland’s uptown mixed-use facility The Hive.
Peas & Carrots Hospitality will open two restaurants in the former Chen Chow Brasserie space, located at 260 N Old Woodward Avenue, in downtown Birmingham, Michigan in summer 2015.
Ireland comes to Boston at the Met Back Bay restaurant March 17.Chef Oliver Dunne from Dublin, Ireland will present a multi-course dinner inspired by Ireland's historic cuisine and shaped by the country's current culinary revolution.
David Sher, Director of Food and Beverage at Fairmont Chicago, Millennium Park, 200 North Columbus Drive, announces today that the hotel has opened a fully-dedicated on-site kosher kitchen.
Seven Lions, the contemporary American clubhouse restaurant from proprietor Alpana Singh, will open its doors on Michigan Avenue in Chicago on Thursday, Feb. 19, for lunch service at 11 a.m.