This winter, Paley, a new restaurant from Plan Do See group debuts in the heart of Hollywood, California, which has been undergoing a neighborhood renaissance. The restaurant is the first West Coast opening from the global hospitality group, and will open in partnership with NeueHouse, the new cultural center and co-working space that originated in New York City and has just opened its second location in Los Angeles.
Eighteen years ago, Donnie Madia confronted a daunting professional dilemma.As a founding partner in One Off Hospitality, a Chicago-based enterprise now responsible for some of the Windy City’s foremost dining treasures, including Avec, The Publican, and The Violet Hour, Madia and his colleagues battled—albeit cordially—over the name of the group’s inaugural restaurant in the city’s West Loop neighborhood.
After nearly a decade in the making, Cohn Restaurant Group announced the highly anticipated opening of Coasterra, the $15 million-plus bayfront modern Mexican restaurant, lounge, and event space on Harbor Island.
With major renovations complete at the Flagship Scotty’s Brewhouse located at 3905 E. 96th Street in Indianapolis, a grand reopening celebration has been planned for next week at the new and improved restaurant.
An evening stroll and a crossing of roads led John Sprunt Hill—distinguished alumnus, successful businessman, and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill trustee—to sit and envision an establishment that would cater to the immediate needs of Chapel Hill and its residents.
It’s a thought that draws a swift and effortless laugh from Ty Neal, the co-founder and owner of Matchbox Food Group.On the verge of the largest, most ambitious and, yes, daunting, expansion in the Washington, D.
The 21c Museum Hotels were established to revitalize the downtown areas of small and mid-size cities and to attract locals and tourists alike with contemporary artwork and chef-driven restaurants.Even the chefs gain inspiration from the rotating collections of contemporary artwork inside the galleries and the restaurants.
Saks Fifth Avenue and Jean-Louis Costes are collaborating on a project featuring the intersecting worlds of fashion, luxury, and hospitality. The partnership will bring the style and sophistication of the Parisian restaurant L’Avenue to the Saks Fifth Avenue experience, ushering in a new era for the brand and its Manhattan flagship.
Restoration Hardware Holdings, Inc. announced the opening of RH Chicago, The Gallery at the Three Arts Club at 1300 North Dearborn Parkway on Chicago’s Gold Coast. This first-of-its-kind retail concept signifies the brand’s initial foray into hospitality with a seamlessly integrated culinary offering by celebrated restaurateur Brendan Sodikoff, which includes the 3 Arts Club Café, the 3 Arts Club Wine Vault & Tasting Room, and the 3 Arts Club Pantry & Espresso Bar.
Metropolitan Hospitality Group announced the expansion of its CIRCA brand to the Capitol Riverfront. MHG is the first company to officially take space in the highly anticipated 99 M Street, SE building being developed by Skanska.
Seawall Development announced its plan to develop R. House, a new style of food hall in Baltimore City with a focus on incubating creative, chef-driven concepts. Located on the first floor of a 50,000-square-foot historic automobile showroom and garage in Remington, the $12 million food and drink emporium will be a launch pad for 10 of Baltimore’s most exciting chefs and their culinary concepts.
When restaurant designer and former restaurateur Raymond Haldeman signed on to renovate and rebrand Fins Bar and Grille (formerly The Pilot House) in Cape May, New Jersey, he wanted to make the restaurant more than just another nice place to eat.
When Miami Beach was incorporated first as a town and then two years later as a city, wealthy entrepreneurs such as John S. Collins, Carl Graham Fisher, the Lummus brothers, and the Pancoast family had high hopes for the tropical paradise.
Orange County chef and restaurateur David Wilhelm is a Midwest native, a lover of the gastropub, and a managing partner of Jimmy’s Famous American Tavern (JFAT), which is opening its third location at The Village at Westfield Topanga in Woodland Hills, California, in in late September/early October.