The New York Lyaness experience - without all that lighting stuff at the top you'd honestly think it's the same as...
This bar looks like Lyaness. It serves the same drinks as Lyaness.
Exciting times for Dan Doherty. Fresh from announcing last month that he was leaving Duck & Waffle to set up his own restaurant comes news that the next project he's involved with is in New York. Doherty has joined Rhubarb food group as a Chef Partner and he'll be running the show at their restaurant opening at Hudson Yards.
Doherty will be in good company at Hudson Yards, which is opening on Manhattan's West Side. Other chefs already signed up to open
For two days, Shake Shack are expanding their collaboration with St John to put on a smoked eel burger. The only problem is you'll need to hop on a plane to NYC to try it.
The burger, which will be on sale on Friday and Saturday and costs $9.99, features a smoked eel burger topped with smoked Niman Ranch bacon, pickled red onion, crème fraiche, fresh horseradish and watercress. According to Fergus Henderson the burger's "a gentle soul... delivering everything a
We head over to New York to try some of the best new restaurants and bars in town - and tell you where you should be going on your next visit...
Our final day in New York sees us taking a second trip to Brooklyn for Brunch (possibly the best area to have brunch in New York right now) and finishing off with snacks from Employees Only in the Virgin Atlantic lounge at JFK.
We look at the new and interesting places to eat in New York. Our second day includes us finally getting around to Cosme which was worth the wait.
We look at the new and interesting places to eat in New York. Our second day includes a meal to beat at Brooklyn's Olmsted.
We look at the new and interesting places to eat in New York
Updated 18/7/18 with the new location
We're getting quite used to American steakhouses making their way to the UK but we've always known that we've had a very select few London places which are as good, and even better, than their American cousins. And now the tables are turning as the people who changed the London steak scene, Hawksmoor, are heading for the