Wednesday, January 5, 2011
(Photo: via Time Out)
Former Cafe des Architectes Executive Chef Martial Noguier didn't travel far to snag his next gig.
In fact, it's literally half a block away from the Sofitel, where he oversaw the kitchen for a couple of years.
According to an Ultimate Insider, Eve—which served its last meal Jan. 2—has already been renamed Bistronomic with Noguier as its executive chef.
Chef James Toland of The Black Sheep. (Photo: Lorenzo Tassone)
In less than one year, we've seen the likes of The Purple Pig, Girl & The Goat and Longman & Eagle soar to great heights during a tumultuous time for dining out.
What all of these spots have in common—in addition to kick-ass chefs and restaurant names paying homage to animals—is that they're dedicated to local and sustainable ingredients. True, there's a lot of that going around in the city, but The Purple Pig's Jimmy Bannos Jr., GATG's Stephanie Izard and L&E's Jared Wentworth have taken their menus far beyond trends and onto every critic's hot list.
James Toland hopes to be added to the hot list when his West Town eatery, The Black Sheep, opens in March.