A Startup Replaces a Legend

New York City is known for a lot of different things. The statue of liberty, Time Square, and Broadway are all located in the city that never sleeps. However, New York’s amazing food scene draws thousands of tourists from near and far. The Big Apple’s food scene is about to undergo a significant change, because a well-known chef will no longer have a restaurant there.

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Anyone who is familiar with fine cuisine is certainly familiar with the hit television show Iron Chef. Therefore, it might come as a surprise that one of the regulars on the show is closing a restaurant in New York. Jose Garces is one of the greatest chefs in the US, but his Battery Park City restaurant will be closing later this month.

Amanda is a Spanish restaurant with a regular clientele. However, it will soon be replaced by the growing Seafood chain Seamore’s. The founder of the growing chain (Michael Chernow) has vowed to keep the same layout that’s featured in Amanda. Michael Chernow is a charismatic individual who has been feature in the pages of GQ Magazine. He seems anxious about the opening of his fifth restaurant. He has promised to add another bar to the restaurant which is locate at 250 Vesey Street.

The citizen of Tribeca will be treated to an environmentally friendly type of original cuisine. They serve “sustainable local catch” and they’re set to open in July. People who enjoy Spanish food might not be pleased, but fans of fresh seafood are already rejoicing.

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