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Legendary Balthazar Restaurateur Keith McNally Is Writing a Memoir

One of New York City’s most successful restaurateurs is picking up the pen. Keith McNally, the man behind hits like Balthazar, Minetta Tavern, and Pastis, is writing a memoir.

Read more via Eater, here

Miracle on Gansevoort Street

Keith McNally has reopened Pastis in Lower Manhattan—a wonder, given his recent run of terrible luck.

Read more via Air Mail, here. 

The Hottest Restaurants in Manhattan Right Now, July 2019

One of the most important restaurants this century is back in action, still with the same signature Keith McNally golden lighting but with the addition of Stephen Starr on the team.

Read more via Eater, here

Bites of the Big Apple: Sex and the City favourite Pastis reopens

Here’s how to survive a sizzling summer in the city that never sleeps. Start by raising a glass to the return of Pastis, the French bistro at the heart of the burgeoning Meatpacking district in the late ‘90s.

Read more via The Telegraph, here. 

The Famed Pastis Reopens its Doors in New York's Meatpacking District

McNally, who opened the original Pastis in 1999, teamed with Stephen Starr, the founder and CEO of Starr Restaurants, which has 16 Wine Spectator Restaurant Award winners in Pennsylvania, New York, Florida and D.C.

Read more via Wine Spectator here.

Iconic French bistro Pastis reopens

The location may have slightly changed, but customers say it’s like Pastis never left the Meatpacking District.

Watch the full video via Fox 5 NY here

Two BAZAAR Editors Test-Drive Rihanna's Fenty Collection

Two editors gave Fenty’s second collection a test-drive, wearing pieces from the line at the newly reopened early-2000s hot spot, Pastis, in New York City’s Meatpacking District.

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Pastis Triumphantly Returns to NYC

On Friday, McNally, as well as restaurateur and partner Stephen Starr, reopened those iconic wooden doors at 52 Gansevoort Street, just a stone’s throw from the original location.

Read more via Michelin Guide here.

Pastis NYC reopening is très bon for the Meatpacking District

Break out les ballons, lovers of Keith McNally’s classic downtown bistro Pastis — its long-awaited, just-opened second coming is better-looking, more comfy and less chaotic than the original a few blocks away. French favorites cost barely peanuts more than they did 20 years ago.

Read more via the New York Post here.

Classic New York Eatery Pastis Has Finally Returned To The Meatpacking District

Pastis, Kieth McNally’s famous French bistro, a staple of the downtown scene, has returned after a five-year hiatus, and it just might be better than ever.

Read more via Guest of a Guest here.

Hello, Old Friend: Pastis Reopens Its Doors

Keith McNally and Stephen Starr team for the reopening of the beloved fashion haunt in New York’s Meatpacking District.

Read more via WWD here.

Everything You Need to Know About the All-new Pastis

Like a Franco-American phoenix rising from the ashes of the Meatpacking District, Pastis is back, swinging its doors open for dinner tonight. It’s been five years since Keith McNally closed his seminal brasserie, a restaurant that pulsed with a culture of sex, celebrity, and steak frites. Now, it is back — in a new location with a refreshed look — courtesy of both McNally and the restaurateur Stephen Starr.

Read more via Grubstreet here.

Inside the New Pastis, the Romantic NYC Legend Reopening

Already, celebrities such as Lorne Michaels have visited Keith McNally and Stephen Starr’s revival of the early-aughts classic.

Read more via Eater here.

With an assist from Stephen Starr, the New York hotspot Pastis is revived

Following his visit to our preview this week, Michael Klein of The Philadelphia Inquirer penned an opening feature on Pastis.

Read more via the Philadelphia Inquirer here.

Remembering the Old Pastis as the Iconic Bistro Reopens in New York

In anticipation of Pastis 2.0, notables from the restaurant industry and beyond recall memories from the iconic bistro’s past.

Read more via Food & Wine here. 

Open Again: Pastis

Not far from where Pastis first debuted in New York’s Meatpacking District, the new-and-improved incarnation was opened by original owner Keith McNally with famed restaurateur Stephen Starr of STARR Restaurants.

Under the partnership, Pastis has been “newly invigorated” but still contains touches of the classic bistro with its zinc bar, white subway tile mosaic and casual Parisian vibe.

Read more via Restaurant Hospitality.

Pastis Reopens After a Five-Year Hiatus

There’s no restaurateur better at channeling time-worn French bistros and brasseries than Keith McNally. Read more via the New York Times. 

The Man Who Made New Yorkers' Dreams Come True

Pastis—the original Pastis—opened twenty years ago. It’s not as though we’re talking about ancient history. And yet to get a sense of what the neighborhood felt like when the restaurant made its debut, you will want to start by scouting around for vintage photographs, as if you were rewinding to bygone, black-and-white street scenes captured by the liked of Berenice Abbot, Garry Winogrand, and Weegee. Read more via Esquire. 

Pastis Returns! The Buzziest Moments in Its History

Lorne Michaels was a regular. Malcolm Gladwell wrote his books there. Now Keith McNally’s bistro Pastis—a power nexus of the Meatpacking District until its 2014 shuttering—is back. Read more via the Wall Street Journal Magazine. 

A Familiar But Matured Pastis Returns to NYC from Two Restaurateur Behemoths

The magic of Pastis is well-documented, with celebrities from the likes of Martha Stewart and Isaac Mizrahi weighing in on the restaurant’s importance. Sarah Jessica Parker, Lindsay Lohan, Bill and Hillary Clinton, Prince Harry, Jack Nicholson, and Jake Gyllenhaal were all known to show up. “What says New York more than Sunday brunch at Pastis?” Donna Karan asked in 2014. Read more via Eater new York.

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Inside the New Pastis, the Romantic NYC Legend Reopening Tonight


Already, celebrities such as Lorne Michaels have visited Keith McNally and Stephen Starr’s revival of the early-aughts classic.