In the News: Bâtard Gets Three Stars

••• The New York Times gives Bâtard a three-star rave: “The complexity of Mr. Glocker’s plates never blurs the focus of his flavors. Every drop of sauce and pinch of seasoning extracts some new pleasure out of the main ingredient. There is joy in his cooking.”

••• In its fall preview, New York magazine says that Soho transplant Property’s new home decor shop on Walker (which you first read about here last month) will also include “an assortment of vintage coats and dresses from the likes of Prada and Miu Miu (Property’s first foray into clothing).”

••• “Two people had their wallets swiped hours apart as they played sports at Hudson River Park’s Pier 25 last week.” —DNAinfo

••• “A bar patron was arrested at the Raccoon Lodge, 59 Warren St., after repeatedly punching another customer and choking him, then resisting arrest, according to police. […] He also spit at an arresting officer and attempted to bite his finger, according to the Manhattan District Attorney’s office.” —Tribeca Trib

••• The Denny’s at 150 Nassau is opening on Friday. The owner is “currently scouting locations in Harlem and Downtown Brooklyn, and hopes to open one Denny’s a year for at least the next five years.” —Eater



  1. With all those hard surfaces, looks like Denny’s is going to be loud.

  2. Eric, I imagine you will be the first in line to eat at Denny’s. I am looking forward to your review!