Two chefs and restaurateurs, David Burke and Charlie Palmer, reminisce about their days at The River Café: singing telegrams, pranks they played, using a smoker, and bridge jumpers. In recent news, Burke is making Bloody Mary beer, and opening a seafood restaurant at Foxwoods, while Palmer is the Chairman of the Board of Trustees at the Culinary Institute of America, and hoping to open more boutique hotels, like Mystic Hotel.
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Sean McKenna’s Elephant in the Room October 30, 2017
Sean is currently the Poissonier at Bâtard. My right arm was a full sleeve done on Long Island. It's an Asian style based around the elephant Buddh...
Joey Bats Brings Portuguese “Pastéis De Natas” to New York October 30, 2017
Interview and Photos by Eric RiosIf you know about Pastéis De Natas, the popular pastry in Portugual, rejoice. If you don’t know about Pastéis De ...
John DeLucie is Sick of Kale October 30, 2017
Chef John DeLucie. Photo by Avery Whyte. For much of the past decade, John DeLucie has been New York City’s most sought-after chef. As founding chef...