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After closing due to Hurricane Sandy damage, Jean-Georges Vongerichten's Perry St., where his son Cedric is the toque, has reopened. The menu is the same but the kitchen has updated its equipment. Perry St., 176 Perry St., New York, NY 10014, 212-352-1900.
The nominees for the 2013 James Beard Foundation Awards have been announced. Among the New York representatives are David Chang (Momofuku Ssam Bar) for Outstanding Chef, Maguy Le Coze (Le Bernardin) for Outstanding Restaurateur, and Empellon Cocina for Best New Restaurant. The annual Awards Ceremony and Gala Reception will take place on May 3 & 6, 2013, at Lincoln Center's Avery Fisher Hall in New York. Find reviews for the restaurants nominated on GAYOT's James Beard Foundation Awards coverage.
Brooklyn Fare is going to expand with a location in Manhattan. While the original offers an eighteen-seat chef's table experience, this branch will more than triple that capacity and feature tasting menus of four to six courses. Brooklyn Fare, 200 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY 11201, 718-243-0050.
Donovan's Pub, the Queens institution that serves what many believe to be the best burger in the city, was in danger of closing. But new owners swept in and saved it. They've made some subtle changes, but Donovan's should remain the same for years to come. Donovan's Pub, 5724 Roosevelt Ave., Woodside, NY 11377, 718-429-9339.
Oceana is going carrot-crazy for the entire month of March. The seafood-leaning restaurant is serving a five-course menu for $95 (add $50 for wine pairing) that revolves around everyone's favorite orange vegetable. Dishes include seared foie gras and carrot purée as well as carrot ginger soup. Oceana, 120 W. 49th St., New York, NY 10020, 212-759-5941.
It's that time of year once again. From April 29-May 5, the annual Lucky Rice Festival will turn New York City into a culinary showcase for Asian cuisine. There will be several events scattered about the city, including a dumpling party, a cocktail feast, a meal of Chinese-Jamaican delights, and a dim sum Bloody Mary brunch, among many others. For a full schedule, check out www.luckyrice.com.
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