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Having made his name at Tom Colicchio’s Craft, and helped Andrew Carmellini launch Lafayette, Manhattan was sorry to surrender Damon Wise when he unexpectedly decamped to Charleston in 2014. But what emerged as both of their losses (he quickly tired of South Carolina as well), became Brooklyn’s considerable gain, when he was successfully wooed by the Sauvage and Maison Premiere crew. We chatted with the newly installed chef/partner about his Williamsburg and Greenpoint posts, and scoped...
With temperatures seesawing between 80 and 40 degrees, October certainly seems a contrary time to launch a New England-style seafood shack. But while tents and space heaters will soon shroud the patio at Bushwick’s recently debuted Cape House, the menu will stay blessedly stable, providing year-round access to beachy staples like deep-fried whole belly clams. The restaurant’s whitewashed interiors further the impression of the Eastern seaboard in the off-season, evoking a friend’s parent’s summer cottage...
Growing up Jewish, the holiday season was always a bit of a letdown for us... not because we longed for carols and cookies and presents under the tree, particularly, but because we soon learned of the Italian tradition to eat shellfish—and lots of it—on Christmas Eve. Which is why, as adults, we’ve made a point of fostering close relationships with observant Italian families; i.e., the kind that prepares seven complete courses for The Feast,...
After a three month-long wait, Littleneck Outpost is finally open to the public. The new seafood-centric shop—an offshoot of the eponymous Gowanus restaurant—opened yesterday morning, serving up everything a good Brooklynite needs in the morning like coffee, granola,  a soft egg and boquerones and arugula quinoa. Later in the day, visitors can enjoy salads and sandwiches using bread from Bakeri, another Greenpoint newcomer, including Littleneck's famed lobster rolls ($18), clam rolls ($16) and shrimp rolls ($14). And...

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