David Chang of Momofuku Noodle Bar in New York and Paul Kahan of Blackbird, Chicago, were last night named joint winners of the accolade for Outstanding Chef in the U.S. at the James Beard Foundation awards.
Dave Cook is proud of his logo. The host of the Christian Science Monitor’s weekly Monitor Breakfast considers the cheerful yellow sun, blazing prominently behind the event’s speakers, a branding opportunity. “We’ve gotten unabashed in our marketing fervor in our old age,” said Cook, the publication’s Washington bureau chief.
Jean-Georges Vongerichten isn’t a name that rolls off the tongue of your average Londoner, yet the opening of Spice Market in the new W hotel on Leicester Square marks a return for this New York-based culinary master.
Spend big bucks and you can enjoy fabulous gourmet meals in New York. How about eating well for just a few dollars? I asked chefs and restaurateurs from the U.S. and around the world where they go for simple, inexpensive food. Here’s what they had to say.