Lunch service abruptly halted at high-end Midtown seafood restaurant Le Bernardin on Monday when a helicopter crashed into the building where it’s housed. The chopper crash-landed on top of the building at 787 Seventh Ave.
at around 2 p.m.
Upper West Side French bakery La Toulousaine has closed at 942 Amsterdam Ave., between 106th and 107th streets, but the neighborhood will gain a Dunkin’ on Amsterdam Avenue between 120th and 121st streets.
, and until 11 p.m.
on Friday and Saturday.
m. Chefs Jordan Heissenberger (Faun, Vinegar Hill House, Buvette) and Brian Leth (Faun, Vinegar Hill House) are at the helm, and drinks will lean toward wine.
Following Eater NY critic Ryan Sutton’s zero-star review of Greek restaurant Milos at Hudson Yards — in which he calls it “one of the last big restaurant scams in New York” — a Montreal critic revisited the high-end seafood chain and was also unimpressed. Though she had positively reviewed the Montreal spot in 2016, her latest take also notes the restaurant’s “staggering” prices, as Sutton does in his review.
Of a $108 grilled fish, she writes, “did this fish have exceptional finesse or taste? No.”
Iconic Florence panini maker will be in NYC for a month this summer
Starting June 13, the sandwich shop — a tiny counter-service restaurant that’s perpetually packed in Florence — will pop up at Greenwich Village Italian restaurant Otto Enoteca e Pizzeria, previously owned by Mario Batali before his business partner Joe Bastianich took over. The famed paninis are made on schiacciata, a Tuscan flatbread, and stuffed with Italian ingredients such as mozzarella and prosciutto.
SNL stars Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones spotted in historic Greenwich Village bar
Saturday Night Live stars Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones were spotted having a grand ol’ time at the new White Horse Tavern on Saturday night. The Greenwich Village literary haunt recently reopened following several weeks of renovation.
Specialty grocery store Fairway Market is behind a new cooking school open to the public called the Cooking Place, located within the Upper West Side store on 74th Street and Broadway. Over 100 cooking classes will be offered, from a wide variety of genres like “chinese takeout,” “Parisian steakhouse,” and “afternoon tea party.
” They’ll be taught by Fairway’s executive chef Laura Licona. Classes start on June 15.