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Salvation Taco: April Bloomfield's Offbeat Taqueria in Murray Hill

Carey Jones 13 comments

With a style all her own, chef April Bloomfield has a knack for opening (with partner Ken Friedman) restaurants that folks just love. Still, a taqueria in Murray Hill sounded more than a little unlikely. We had our reservations, but after a few visits, we're pleased to report that we recommend Salvation Taco wholeheartedly. More

First Look: Salvation Taco, April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman's Murray Hill Taqueria

First Look J. Kenji López-Alt 2 comments

If a casual, a la carte restaurant serving up tacos that start at $3 and sandwiches that top the menu at $9—in a converted Salvation Army space in the middle of the banker and adult frat-boy-friendly bar scene of Murray Hill—seems like an out of place move for chef/restaurateur duo April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman, that's because it is. Talking with April about the concept and the menu, even she seems a little surprised by the whole affair. More

The John Dory Oyster Bar: April Bloomfield Goes Mediterranean

Ed Levine 9 comments

The original John Dory, chef-partner April Bloomfield and Ken Friedman's upscale seafood restaurant, shuttered its doors after less than a year in operation, despite being well-received; a bad location (10th Avenue) was the explanation. Well, it's back, this time with an even more casual bent, right on Broadway. More

FergusStock at The Breslin

Chichi Wang 21 comments

[Photographs: Robyn Lee] For nasty bits lovers, eating a meal designed by Fergus Henderson is just about as thrilling as it gets. Henderson, chef and author of the cult classic The Whole Beast: Nose to Tail Eating, is renowned... More

Ken Friedman On The Future of the John Dory

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"No one has the Midas touch all the time," said restaurateur Ken Friedman of his recently shuttered John Dory. "It was a really sucky block for that restaurant." A little fish wading between whales like Del Posto and Morimoto, Friedman... More

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