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A Look a Bistro Vendome's Menu; Samuelsson's Red Rooster


HARLEM— Fork in the Road discovers that Marcus Samuelsson's new Harlem restaurant will be called Red Rooster. The food will be similar to that found in his new cookbook 'New American Table.' [FitR]

LOWER EAST SIDEEastern Alley, the new restaurant in the Thailand Cafe space from former Bao-partner Sean Scotese and partner Krit Dangruenrat, will open tonight on 6 Clinton Street. Look forward to noodles, summer rolls, spicy wings, and braised oxtails. Take a look at the menu here. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWN EASTBistro Vendome, the new restaurant from Pascal and Virginie Petiteau in the old March and Nish space, opened to the public on Monday. The 92 seat bi-level restaurant with serious skylights offers French bistro fare. Download the menu here. [EaterWire]

BALTIMORE— Nearly 37 years after penning her first restaurant review, Baltimore Sun critic Elizabeth Large has announced that she will be retiring at the end of this month, anonymity intact. Large—who turns 65 this month—was a behemoth in the Baltimore food community, especially since also edited the Sun's Sunday magazine, wrote non-food feature and helmed her own blog for three years, making her one of the earlier reviewers to make the daily digital leap. [Eater National]

Red Rooster

310 Lenox Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10027 (212) 792-9001 Visit Website

Bistro Vendome

405 East 58th St., New York, NY

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