Category Archives: Seafood

Interview with restaurateur Danny Meyer

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Images from Grand Banks oyster bar

June 11, 2015

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Shucking oysters and eating lobster rolls on Grand Banks

June 21, 2015- The Grand Banks brunch, docked at at Pier 25

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Big Fish at Le District

June 27, 2015- This bass was on display at Le District. It was soon used by the Beaubourg restaurant.

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Danny Meyer resorts to ads on the Port Authority ferry terminal to drum up business

July 12, 2015- This was just sad. Danny Meyer’s Blue Smoke and North End Grill are hurting,

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Le District outdoor dining opens

June 10, 2015

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Special oyster display at Le District

June 6, 2015- Massachusetts oyster farmers have a nice display set up now at Le District.

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The NY Times reviews Blue Smoke and North End Grill

March 14, 2015- We are hearing that a new “corporate chef” is hovering over Blue Smoke

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Photos 5-23-2015

May 23, 2015

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The NYT food reviewer Pete Wells again points out that food is too expensive in Manhattan

April 9, 2015- By Steven E. Greer I am warming up to Pete Wells, the NYT food critic. He and I have seen eye to eye on many

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The Pier A beer garden is part of a bigger city plan to turn waterfront properties into concert venues

July 15, 2015- By Steven E. Greer The controversial Pier A beer garden, that succeeded in winning the broadest and most powerful of liquor licenses and will become

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Eric Bromberg discusses his new Blue Ribbon Sushi coming to Brookfield Place

Update July 23, 2014- They got the TCO and will open Monday.

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What a difference a year makes at The North End Grill

November 27, 2014- By Steven E. Greer What a difference a year makes.

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Are the North End Grill $1 oysters the best deal Downtown?

October 29, 2014- By Steven E. Greer I do not eat oysters so this went over my head, but

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Review: Barchetta (Italian seafood)

Update September 10, 2014- The NYT’s Pete Wells reviewed Barchetta with one-star and said,

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The Grand Banks oyster boat on Pier 25

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Eric Bromberg of Blue Ribbon talks shop

May 8, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD One of the most successful chefs and restaurateurs in New York City is Eric Bromberg. With classic training in Paris at Le Cordon Bleu, he went on to launch Blue Ribbon on … Continue reading

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Tapas Plan B in NOLITA needs a Plan C

Update June 16, 2014- Observer is reporting that Plan B wants to get out of their lease, which costs $21,000 per month, because they cannot make things work financially.

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Pier A to be “largest restaurant in NYC”

March 4, 2014- By Steven E. Greer You might seriously want to be considering moving if you like Battery Park City for its quiet manicured parks and family-friendly environment. The Community Board tonight just rubberstamped a 4:00 AM liquor license … Continue reading

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Review: American Cut Tribeca

October 12, 2013- By Steven E. Greer American Cut recently opened in Tribeca at 363 Greenwich Street, near Franklin Street. It is a joint venture between Chef Marc Forgione and the LDV Hospitality group. The first American Cut is located … Continue reading

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