The latest casualty: Una. Rumored to be going under in December. [Updated 12/20] And replaced with a Siano's.
Because the Colemans of the organic world offer such a sharp contrast to industrial-organic and conventional operations, many influential food writers have swooned over them and told us that the main task is to protect the founding ideals of organic agriculture from the ever-hovering talons of agribusiness and its taste for chemically driven growth.... Despite my genuine respect for the agroecological ideas promoted by Coleman and others, I do not think that organic is the answer to our broken food system.
"You can't judge a restaurant from its opening night. It may be exciting to be there early. But to review it based on that first day is crazy and wrong," via Chicago Tribune.David Chang told New York Magazine about another notable trends that he hates:
Type A's who take pictures and notes on the food at Ko, via Grub Street.
Searching for a “real Maine lobster roll experience” in New York City is as fruitless a quest as searching for a “real New York bagel experience” in Winter Harbor, via Hillytown.
There are no plans to expand the market in different locations.... [but] there's talk of there being fish vendors in what would likely be a separate market, via Portland Daily Sun.Fish!
The White Heart, has reportedly been sold to
Lance Meader & Jeffrey LiJason Loring and Matt Moran of Rivalries.
Bangkok Thai, 671 Congress Street, will now be named Boda.
Thanh Thanh Bida, at 250 Read Street, has a new owner.
Po’Boys & Pickles plans to move into the D'Angelo's at 1124 Forest Avenue.
Awful Annie’s also has a new owner and will henceforth be known as Momma’s Crow Bar, 189 Congress Street.
Luna Rossa: still not open.