This article originally appeared on May 15, 2020 in Amanda Kludt’s newsletter “From the Editor,” a roundup of the most vital news and stories in the food world each week. Read the archives and Subscribe now.
Here’s what you missed on Eater last week:
– Openings: Cafe Leonelli, a brand imported from New York, and Le Jardinier, inaugurated at the venerable Museum of Fine Art in Houston; Em, a pretty, long-delayed Vietnamese restaurant in New York; Itria, an Italian restaurant serving sparkling focaccia-style pizzas in San Francisco; S&W Market, The first food hall in Asheville; Herbie Butcher’s Fried Chicken, a vegan fried chicken spot from a popular vegetarian butcher in Minneapolis; DBA at the Palace Market, a place of music born from the pandemic, in New Orleans; and Oma’s refuge, an over the top and super fun restaurant in Portland.
– Open-air catering structures have become a essential marketing costs for restaurateurs in New York.
– Celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay is take a big step after the pandemic in fast food.
– A television chief ripped off the design from the famous appetizing store and restaurant Russ & Daughters for his new “love letter to Jewish delicatessen”, the Borscht Belt.
– 30 renowned Indian restaurants in North America and the UK are join forces to raise funds for relief from COVID in India.
– How does a New York restaurant lose money on a $ 14 vegetarian sandwich (spoiler: it’s the labor and delivery costs!).
– Where the leaders of the Philly community dinner in Chinatown.
– Watch: Nyesha Arrington recreates Totino’s pizzas.
And from the May 21 edition:
– In terms of reopening, New York and DC. reopen completely next week, with Philly and Next Washington state in June. Fans of vaccinated Chicago bars can keep drinking until 4 a.m. And Oregon will reopen fully once they get vaccinated 70 percent of adults, so good luck Oregon!
– Opening of the Single Thread gastronomic destination a new vegetarian restaurant in SHED’s former home in Healdsburg later this year.
– Popular Brooklyn and Los Angeles Outdoor Food Market Smorgasburg expands to New Jersey.
– The pandemic may have delayed the real impacts of Brexit on London restaurateurs, but they are still hovering.
– The case of a guaranteed income for the food worker.
– Tacolicious co-owner at SF on how delivery apps have changed the meaning of a restaurant.
– Openings: Spanish dinner, a fun new location in José Andrés’ New York spot in Bethesda, MD; Small palm tree, a pastel cocktail bar from the Death & Co. crew in Charleston; Como Como, a dark steakhouse, in Miami; Food work Chattahoochee, an Atlanta food court long awaited by television chief Andrew Zimmnern; Caruso grocery store, a tribute to old-fashioned red sauce joints, and El Secreto de Rosita, a Peruvian bar in Washington; and the grand reopening of 100 years Cafe Tosca in San Francisco.
– How an LA Chef Took Everything He Learned Running Jon & Vinny’s Catering Company his own business selling chicken wings outside of a church.
– All those raw food TikToks you have seen are actually connected to a person.
– Watch: Prime Time’s Ben and Brent dry aged pork to prove he deserves a place on a steakhouse menu.
– What is happening manage a resort “oasis” in the hottest place on the planet, Death Valley.
– Lots of restaurant chefs launched old-fashioned frozen dinners during the pandemic.