Los Angeles’ dining scene continues to heat up with the opening of the gourmet fried chicken concept, The Crack Shack, at the Westfield Century City Mall on July 21. Brought to you by founder Michael Rosen and renowned culinary team Chef Richard Blais and Culinary Director Jon Sloan, The Crack Shack will be the first Los Angeles location for the brand.
Restaurant Holmes, the much-anticipated neighborhood restaurant and bar from Executive Chef Taylor Neary, is set to open July 11 inside the historic Jones House at Alpharetta City Center. Chef Taylor, most recently of Marcel and St.
Trump International Hotel & Tower Chicago, along with Michelin lauded Executive Chef Nick Dostal and Restaurant Director Adam Stark, is proud to announce the debut menu and official opening of Terrace 16.
ONE65, a multi-level culinary concept envisioned by James Beard Award-winning, Michelin Star Executive Chef and partner Claude Le Tohic, offering four distinct modern French cuisine dining experiences under one roof, is slated to begin a phased opening beginning this fall.
The Roof, a lively seasonal bar perched atop the North Shore’s newest accommodations, The Hotel Salem, has opened its doors to the public. Led by Lark Hotels’ Group Executive Chef, Justin Perdue, The Roof offers creative cocktails and a casual menu of Mexican small plates like oysters, ceviche, guacamole and tacos.
Cal Mex food just got a little more fresh and fun with the arrival of Corner Cantina landing in the space formerly known as Sixth St. Tavern on June 18. Brought to you by Artisanal Brewers Collective (ABC), the DTLA restaurant will boast inventive and creative spins on Mexican cuisine with options for vegans and non-vegans and an expansive mezcal and tequila list, all served in a lively and vibrant setting.
Dole Packaged Foods, LLC brings the flavor of summer to menus with a delicious variety of peach products: New Chef-Ready Cuts Peach Slivers, New Chef-Ready Frozen Peach Purée, Chef-Ready Cuts Diced Peaches and Sliced Frozen Peaches.
Aba opens for dinner Thursday night in Chicago’s Fulton Market (302 N. Green Street). Bringing vibes of a Mediterranean summer to Chicago year-round, Chef CJ Jacobson is serving a Mediterranean menu with an emphasis on raw and cooked protein.
Veteran restaurateur Reno Christou and partners has opened Kyma Flatiron (15 W. 18th St), a stunning ode to the sun-drenched Greek Islands in the heart of Manhattan. Akin to the original location in Roslyn, New York, Kyma Flatiron’s menu and aesthetic centers around the many salt-bleached and sun-kissed islands that are ubiquitous to Greece, serving a contemporary seafood-centric menu in a beautiful white aesthetic with traditional Grecian architecture and design.
Claridge House Chicago, which opened in May, announced the opening of the boutique, lifestyle hotel’s new ground-floor restaurant Juniper Spirits & Oysters, which provides guests with a sophisticated, yet approachable menu of seafood-centric fare.
Sage Restaurant Group—the Denver-based independent restaurant group dedicated to providing innovative, playful, and locally tailored food and beverage experiences—announced the opening of Emporium Kitchen & Wine Market (254 E.
Husband-and-wife team Junghyun and Ellia Park, in partnership with Hand Hospitality, opened Atomix at 104 East 30th Street in New York City’s NoMad neighborhood. Atomix, the sister-restaurant to the couple’s debut project Atoboy (opened July 2016), is a Korean fine-dining restaurant that offers two unique experiences: the first floor features an intimate bar and lounge where guests may enjoy cocktails and snacks, while the lower level dining room serves a $175-plus per person, multi-course tasting menu for dinner.
James Beard Award Winning chef Tom Colicchio, Crafted Hospitality, GFI Development Company, LLC and Cameron Group, LLC announced their collaboration to develop an approximately 40,000 square foot food hall and social recreation venue at their Gateway development in Kansas City.
Chef Harold Moore and co-owner Julia Grossman opened Bistro Pierre Lapin (99 Bank Street), a bustling all-day, French-inspired, West Village eatery serving time-honored bistro staples with a New York twist.