Take a bite out of LLNYC’s new issue

Geoffrey Zakarian's take on NYC dining, the "Brooklynification" of the North Fork and more

TRD New York /
Mar.March 12, 2015 12:25 PM

Luxury Listings NYC readers hungry for a peek into the lives of A-listers (as well as the latest news in high-end homes and design trends) can now get their fix. In our March/April issue, we profile celebrity chef, restaurateur and reality star Geoffrey Zakarian. From his two-floor Manhattan “food studio,” Zakarian, a regular on “Chopped” and “Top Chef,” dishes on TV stardom and NYC’s changing dining scene.

While it seems “Brooklynification” is planting its roots just about everywhere, more buyers are placing their bets on Long Island’s North Fork, where a rustic vibe, farm-to-table eateries and an influx of affluent hipsters have the industry wondering whether it’s the new Brooklyn-by-the-sea?

We take a step or two back in time and visit the Tribeca home of Isabel Rose.

LLNYC also looks at the hottest trends in the city’s most upscale kitchens, wealth management issues Manhattan’s one-percenters should watch out for, and, as always, so much more.

Enjoy the issue! — Kerry Barger

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