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Easter Brunch at Ai Fiori; More on Il Mulino's Expansion

UPPER EAST SIDE Grub Street learns that the new project from the Il Mulino team on East 60th Street won't be a direct copy of their West Village restaurant, but rather a new concept called Bisteca. Many of the classics from the old restaurant will make the transition, but the new menu will be centered around steaks. The owners are shooting for a June or July opening. [Grub Street]

EXPANSIONSEater Boston reports that Rosa Mexicano is expanding to Boston. The new restaurant will be on Seaport Blvd in the Seaport district, and it should open next month. This will be the chain's 14th outpost. [Eater Boston]

MIDTOWN — Michael White's Ai Fiori will be offering a 4-course $94 prix fixe from 1 PM to 7 PM on Easter Sunday. The menu includes a number of pasta dishes, plus aged strip loin, lamb, and poached lobster. [EaterWire]

MARILYN HAGERTYThe 85-year-old critic from North Dakota finally published her review of Le Bernardin. Eater National has a few choice excerpts and more on the Hagerty phenomenon. [Eater National]
[Krieger]

Le Bernardin

155 West 51st Street, New York, NY 10019

Il Mulino

86 West 3rd Street, New York, NY 10012 Visit Website

Ai Fiori

400 5th Avenue, Manhattan, NY 10018 (212) 613-8660 Visit Website

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