Co-founder of Brooklyn's famed Grimaldi's pizzeria dies

Carol Grimaldi, one of the two founders of Brooklyn’s famous Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, died Thursday after a battle with cancer, according to a release from her second restaurant. She was 75.

Bar prohibits patrons under 25 on weekends

Banning the under-12 or under-18 set is nothing new for bars and restaurants, but now one establishment in Brooklyn, N.Y., is making...

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Armed with grandma's ragu, chef realizes American Dream

When Frank Prisinzano was growing up in Queens, New York, he lived and breathed his Italian-American heritage — not least of which was...

Chef Jose Andres reveals his kitchen crush, fave NYC restaurants

Celebrated Spanish chef Jose Andres, owner of lauded restaurants in Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and Las Vegas, has almost eclipsed his...

Chef Eric Lee dishes on what makes the perfect burger -- and where to get it

I have one of the greatest chef jobs ever. For all of the aspiring culinary students out there in the world who dream about becoming a...