The GENIUS of KEITH McNALLY RESTAURANTS

 
The Keith McNally Empire
 
# 1
The ODEON
 
 
When all is said and done, Keith McNally will go down as the Greatest Restauranter in the history of New York City .. Just about everyplace Kieth ever opened would turn out to be uber hot and the Hottest restuarant of it’s time .. From his very first venture, The Odeon, then Cafe Luxenbourg, then Nell’s, Pravda, Balthazar, Schillers, Pastis, Pulino  Morandi, Minetta Tavern, (The only place to fail), Cherche Midi, Balthazar London …
 
 
BRIGHT LIGHTS BIG CITY
 
by Jay McInerney
 
 
 
THE GREAT PATRICK CLARKE
 
Patrick Clarke 
 
Executive Chef
 
Sadly Passed
 
 

The GIRLS of CAFE LUXENBOURG

Cafe Luxenbourg Advertisement
 
 
Cafe Louxenbourg
 
# 2
# 3
 
NELL’S

KEITH HARRING at NELL’S

KEITH HARRING & ???
 
At NELL’S 
 
Sometime in The 80’s
 
 
# 4
 
PRAVDA
 
 
Layfayette Street, Noho
 
 
# 5
 
BALTHAZAR
 
 
Spring Street at Crosby
 
Noho / Soho
 
 
# 6
 
SCHILLERS
 
 
Lower East Side
 
NEW YORK
 
 
 
# 7
 
PASTIS
 
 
PASTIS
 
Keith McNally
was The Major Force
with
His Opening of PASTIS
 
Along with Eric Goode (Maritime Hotel, Chelsea)
in
Creating The Meatpacking District
 
 
KEITH CREATES NEIGHBORHOODS
 
He Did So For TRIBECA and Later with The
MEAT PACKING DISTRICT
 
 
# 8
 
MINETTA TAVERN
 

MINETTA TAVERN .. photo Daniel Bellino-Zwicke .. Coyrighted 2010

Minetta Tavern
 
Macdougal Steet, GREENWICH VILLAGE
 
NEW YORK
 
photo by DANIEL BELLINO-ZWICKE 
 
.. Copyright 2010
 
# 9
 
PAULINO
 
Bowery, NEW YORK
 
KEITH Only Failed Project
 
 
# 10
 
CHERCHE MIDI
 
 
Cherche Midi
 
On The BOWERY
in
The Former Paulino Space 
 
 
# 11
 
BALTHAZAR LONDON
 
 
CONVENT GARDEN
 
LONDON
 
 
 
 
 

SUNDAY SAUCE ITALIAN GRAVY

Italian-American
 
SUNDAY SAUCE
 
by Daniel Bellino-Zwicke
 
 
 
SECRET ITALIAN RECIPES
 

SECRET ITALIAN RECIPES

SEGRETO ITALIANO
 
Rare & Secret Italian Recipes
 
by Daniel Bellino-Zwicke
 
 
 
The BIG LEBOWSKI COOKBOOK
 
 

The BIG LEBOWSKI COOKBOOK

GOT ANY KAHLUA?
 
by Daniel Bellino Zwicke
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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