The Locavore Movement Makes Chefs Travel; Red Hook Vendors Get Achievement Award
The locavore movement means that chefs must now regularly travel to farms in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, and Pennsylvania.
Two of the stars of HBO's Entourage -- Kevin Connolly and Kevin Dillon -- are among the investors backing a new Saratoga restaurant.
Jonathan Benno has enlisted his dad to help build fixtures for his forthcoming restaurant, Lincoln, just as he did for Per Se.
Al Yeganeh, the man on whom the Seinfeld Soup Nazi character was based, did not show up for the reopening of his Midtown soup shop, the Original SoupMan.
[Wall Street Journal]
The Red Hook food vendors received an "achievement award" from Small Business Services for fostering economic opportunity in the neighborhood.
The number of restaurants in the United States fell by 1 percent this year -- or 5,204 units -- compared with the total number recorded in the spring of 2009.
[Nation's Restaurant News]
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