The upcoming food-centric conference features parties, meals, panel discussions, and chef demos.
A menu developed by legendary French chef Roland Liccioni isn’t incentive enough to endure an obnoxious lunchtime soundtrack.
Paul Virant’s Vie turns ten.
Bartender Jason Cevallos dies in Hong Kong; chef Jean Banchet dies in Florida.
Culinary talent that branched out from Alinea, Blackbird, the Violet Hour, Tru, and more
A handful of fine-dining institutions from the 70s, 80s, and 90s have served as major incubators of culinary talent–in fact many local hotshots have worked at several. More than that, though, these places are a testament to how long fine dining has been part of the fabric of the city. They’ve all won major awards and share a devotion to innovation, detail, and customer service (and they all charge accordingly). What follows is a selective map of influence.