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Terroir on The High Line; Chefs Weigh in on Food Fests

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CHELSEA — Here's a picture of the soon-to-open Terroir outpost on the High Line courtesy of @benleventhal. [Twitter]

GRAMERCYCoffee Shop owner Carolyn Benitez just put her Gramercy Park townhouse on the market earlier this month for the low, low price of $25M. Cubed NY has a look around, plus the floorplan. [Curbed NY]

HOT TOPICSEater National asks a ton of big chefs about the pros and cons of doing food festivals. Frank Falcinelli, of Prime Meats and the Frankies restaurants, explains how they get involved: "A lot of the time, they need an anchor. Someone will call and say that Jean-Georges and Daniel Boulud are attached to an event. Are you going to say no? Conversely, especially for things in Brooklyn, they use us as the anchor and we do the outreach." [Eater National]

BOSTON — To celebrate the restaurant's 15th anniversary, Clio in Boston is going to host a blowout dinner on June 5 with 15 chefs who worked under chef Ken Oringer. Alex Stupak (Empellon), Jason Hua (The Dutch), Sam Gelman (Momofuku), Phillip Kirschen Clark (Demi Monde), and Renae Herzog (Marea) will represent NYC. The meal is $175; call 617-536-7200 to make a reservation. [EaterWire]
[Photo: Twitter]

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