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Grubstreet – The Absolute Best Schnitzel in New York

When it comes to the cuisines of the world, traditional Austro-German food might not be at the top of your list — it tends toward the mild, and the heavy. But consider the schnitzel: When done well — meat pounded to optimal thinness, breading well-seasoned, fried so...
What to Expect at a Michelin-Starred Restaurant

What to Expect at a Michelin-Starred Restaurant

Dining at a Michelin-starred restaurant should be an experience to remember. When you step foot into Wallsé in the West Village, on the corner of Washington and West 11th Street, a minimalist setup highlights stark works of art. The intimate atmosphere is enhanced by...
ABOUT JULIAN SCHNABEL

ABOUT JULIAN SCHNABEL

Schnabel is a very famous American film producer and painter, who lives across the street in the rose house. He is a regular (PPX/VIP) of Wallse and a friend of Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner. Schnabel painted the portrait of Kurt Gutenbrunner and became famous with his Art...

Grub Street – The Absolute Best Restaurant in the West Village

That’s chef-owner Kurt Gutenbrunner glaring down on his diners — or rather, it’s his portrait, painted by his pal Julian Schnabel. The piece contributes to the artsy, intellectual ambience of the markedly grown-up room, a cosseted foil to the rambunctious Spotted Pig...

The Tig – Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner

With a penchant for modernizing Austrian cuisine and a resumé that boasts an impressive list of restaurants whose Michelin stars and critical rankings grew with his culinary skills in the kitchen, it’s no wonder that Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner’s four NY restaurants are...

ONS Manual – The Artistry of Dining: Kurt Gutenbrunner

To witness Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner in action is to see a masterful artisan operate with calculated clarity of purpose. Originally of Austrian heritage, he was raised in a scenic village named Wallsee, situated right on the Danube. As a kid, he naturally gravitated...