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The 175-year-old Delmonico's has announced it is expanding to Midtown this autumn. Word on the street is that the new restaurant won't just be a copy of the original downtown location but something different. Location and exact opening date are not yet available. Delmonico's, 56 Beaver St., New York, NY 10004, 212-509-1144.
Two of the country's most acclaimed restaurants will soon be trading places: Eleven Madison Park's Daniel Humm and crew will be heading to Chicago to cook at Alinea, and Grant Achatz and his crew from Alinea will be heading east to set up shop in Eleven Madison Park. The project is officially called 21st Century Limited. Diners, especially those with fat wallets, will get a chance to sample chef Achatz's offerings at Eleven Madison Park for five nights starting on September 26. The price per person (including wine) is $495 (plus tax and service charge). Eleven Madison Park, 11 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10010, 212-889-0905.
The NoMad is packing up its rooftop dining area for the summer; it will see its last dinner on August 31. The area will reopen next year. NoMad, The NoMad Hotel, 1170 Broadway, New York, NY 10001, 347-472-5660.
Chef Daniel Humm and Eleven Madison Park are collaborating with Chicago chef Grant Achatz and Alinea on a special project called 20th Century Ltd. Details are limited at the moment. Stay tuned for more. Eleven Madison Park, 11 Madison Ave., New York, NY 10010, 212-889-0905.
Kitchit, which arranges "bespoke dining" experiences, has added several names to its roster of chefs available for private, in-home events. The company's culinary talent now includes Brad Farmerie (Public), Dave Martin (ChefDaveMartin.com), Jacqueline Lombard (Jacqueline Lombard Events) and Bill Telepan (Telepan). Kitchit members can work with these chefs to create custom menus for dinner parties and other events. For more information, visit www.kitchit.com.
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