Paul Niedermann 'In' at BLT Steak; Daniel Angerer 'In' at Dig Inn (Formerly Known as Pump Energy)

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Paul Niedermann, who just won this season of Hell's Kitchen, has scored himself a job as head chef at BLT Steak.
[FitR]

Daniel Angerer, who recently shuttered Klee Brasserie and Little Cheese Pub, is now at the helm of the five locations of Dig Inn, the new incarnation of Pump Energy.
[Crain's]

Nicolas Cantrel, who recently left Beaumarchais, is apparently out in the Philippines, working with Alain Ducasse on a venture there.
[Zagat Buzz]

David Diaz, who has been running the show at Beaumarchais since Cantrel left, was officially appointed executive chef at the restaurant.
[Zagat Buzz]

Food Network's Alton Brown put out a "Fanifesto" on his blog in anticipation of his book tour, outlining how fans may and may not interact with him.
[Eater]

Andrew Carmellini is the latest chef to join Twitter. Stay tuned to see what Dutch-y musings he has in store.
[Eater]

A rumor is circulating that Joël Robuchon is involved in Steve Hanson's new Kibo restaurant, slated to open this October.
[Grub Street]

Marc Murphy is the guest editor over at Food Republic this week. He dishes not on cooking, but on surfing.
[Food Republic]

Food Network's Chopped is casting in the tristate area, Las Vegas, Atlanta, and New Orleans this fall.
[Zagat Buzz]

Joseph Ogrodnek, formerly of Gramercy Tavern, and Walker Stern, who worked at the Vanderbilt, will open Battersby, on Smith Street in Brooklyn.
[Zagat Buzz]


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Location Info

Brasserie Beaumarchais

409 W. 13th St., New York, NY

Category: Restaurant


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