‘The Restaurateur’ Danny Meyer Is Ready for His Close Up

Photo: Ellen Silverman
Photo: Ellen Silverman

Have you ever wondered what it’s like to open a restaurant in Manhattan? How about two — at once? Wonder no more. Eater reports that a new documentary about Danny Meyer, one of New York’s most esteemed and successful restaurateurs, is about to hit the big screen. Thanks to The Restaurateur, for the first time, you can see what it took to bring Michelin-starred Eleven Madison Park and the stylish Tabla to life — at the very same time. The film follows Meyer, who serves on the Board of Directors for OpenTable, and the evolution Eleven Madison Park, from its brasserie origins to its current four-star status, which was a result of the arrival of chef Daniel Humm.

In addition to Meyer, whose Union Square Hospitality Group includes Blue Smoke, Gramercy Tavern, Maialino, The Modern, Union Square Cafe, and others, a pre-“Top Chef” Tom Colicchio (Craft) also appears in the film.

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