New York Restaurants - Restaurant News
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Changes are afoot in Michael ‘Bao' Huynh's restaurant kingdom. He is said to be converting his Murray Hill banh mi shop into Baorrito (Asian-style burritos) and his Vietnamese beer garden, Bia Garden, into a Latino-Asian hybrid restaurant. Bia Garden, 154 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002, 212-780-0010.
Patsy's Italian Restaurant, the Midtown institution, has introduced a new fall lunch prix-fixe menu. Think eggplant bruschetta, pasta stuffed with pumpkin, and broccoli rabe and sausage ravioli. The three-course menu costs $27.99, excluding tax and tip. Buon Appetito! Patsy's Italian Restaurant, 236 W. 56th St., New York, NY 10019, 212-247-3491.
David Chang's new Midtown endeavor, Ma Peche, tried to go no reservations, but has backed down to demand. For now, diners can nab reservations at these times: 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 10 p.m. Any other times are first come, first served. Ma Peche, Chambers, 15 W. 56th St. , New York, NY 10014, 212-757-5878.
The West Village taco joint Cabrito is about to get meatier. Its sister restaurant, Fatty 'Cue, will be bringing over barbecued meats for the Cabrito menu. So expect dishes like brisket tacos and burritos. Cabrito, 50 Carmine St., New York, NY 10014, 212-929-5050.
In spring 2011, the legendary Café des Artistes will reopen---only it might not have the same name and will be serving up southern Italian fare. The owner of Il Gattopardo plans to open a restaurant in the space but promises to leave the interior murals intact.
Eric Hara, the talented chef at The Oak Room, is making a case for Astoria becoming the next great restaurant neighborhood. The chef is opening up two restaurants in the Queens neighborhood in October. The restaurants, sans names for now, will be a small global café and a bigger sushi spot with a lounge. The Oak Room, The Plaza, 768 Fifth Ave., New York, NY 10019, 212-758-7777.
The airport most in need of a serious revamping, La Guardia, is about to get a new food court. And many of the city's household chefs will be taking part: Michael White, Andrew Carmellini and Lee Hanson are but a few. It will open next year in the Delta terminal.
François Payard is reviving his now-closed Upper East Side bistro in SoHo. Located on Houston and Spring Streets, François Payard Bistro is scheduled to open in mid-September.
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