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Philippe Delgrange's Le Bilboquet changed the restaurant game when it opened its doors back in the '90s. One part French bistro, one part trendy hotspot, the E. 63rd street establishment has done an exceptional job setting itself apart from many of the other UES restaurants that have come and gone in the past few years. With the help of nightlife aficionados, The Koch brothers and Aymeric Clemente, Le Bilboquet took the concept of typical NYC brunches a step further by introducing the Saturday brunch. The very Euro trend of nightlife-meets-daytime dining has since become a staple in some of the city's most popular spots. Now that the lease on the original Le Bilboquet location has run out, Delgrange has officially closed the doors of his intimate restaurant that had become such an UES fixture. Click through to remember our time spent at Le Bilboquet over the years. MoreÂ»
Nightlife, just like anything else, is always changing. These days more than ever, with the rise of the internet and social media, information travels faster than ever before. New trends are constantly being created, making old oneâ€™s obsolete. In an industry thatâ€™s driven by exclusivity and trendiness, venues have to be ready to adapt to the tastes of their clientele on the drop of a dime. Itâ€™s Darwinism at its most basic, only the strong survive. MoreÂ»
Don't pretend you don't love browsing photos of drunk hampsters making complete fools out of themselves in broad daylight. We do. And, we're sure going to miss the action from the Day&Night brunches out at Gurney's. MORE>>>
We have been watching, with growing concern, the recent developments at The Plaza Hotel. This storied New York monument has served as the setting for The Great Gatsby, North by Northwest, and, perhaps most importantly, Home Alone 2. And with recent news that The Situation will be opening a gym there, we're a little afraid our favorite New York landmark is going to the dogs... MoreÂ»
Wednesday, May 22
We sat down with Anne Pasternak for a few questions about Creative Time's past and future, as well as the importance of having an awareness about public art in the city.