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South Beach's Quattro Gastronomia Italiana will open its first New York outpost in the forthcoming Trump Soho condominium in 2009. Twin chefs Nicola and Fabrizio Carro will work in the kitchen---no word yet on whether any Trumps will join them there.
Bar Q briefly closed after a fire; though originally blamed on a cigarette butt cast aside from points unknown, the cause has still not officially been determined. Rest assured, things are now being smoked in a controlled fashion only.
The space that once housed Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s 66 has been silent since he closed the eatery. But construction has just begun. The Church Street space will become a restaurant centered on the chef’s take on Japanese cuisine, focusing on soba noodles.
Alain Ducasse has opened his second New York City restaurant this year. Benoit, an outpost of his Paris and Tokyo bistros of the same name, is located in the old La Côte Basque space (60 W. 55th St.). The executive chef is Sébastien Rondier.
Reports have been circulating that a camera crew has been following Donatella Arpaia everywhere she goes. The woman behind, most recently, Mia Dona, will be the star of a new reality TV show on Bravo.
Hell's Kitchen Japanese restaurant Kyotofu is expanding. Word on the street is that the restaurant's owners hope to open a dessert bar and a food shop later this year. Kyotofu, 705 Ninth Ave., New York, NY 10019, 212-974-6012.
Rumor has it that Jonathan Waxman is in negotiations to take over the old Kurowycky Meats space on First Avenue in the East Village and turn it into a barbecue joint (much of the smoking equipment remains). There's been no official word yet from either party, however.
Apotheke will open this summer in Chinatown; with Singaporean cuisine and cocktails from Albert Trumer, of Bouley, it is expected to make quite the splash south of Canal.
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