December 10, 2007

Wild Salmon Goes Belly Up

That sure didn't last long, did it? Barely nine months.

Wild Salmon, an eatery in Noo Yawk City that supposedly showcased Pacific Northwest cuisine, is calling it quits. Charles Ramseyer, who left Ray's Boathouse to open the joint for his friend Jeffrey Chodorow, will stay in the Big Apple (for the time being) and labor for other properties in the China Grill group. Chodorow went off the deep end after Frank Bruni dumped on Wild Salmon in the NYTimes; he started an anti-Bruni blog, took out full page ads and generally behaved like a douchebag. But still ...

Rough world out there. Dog eat dog, bird eat fish, etc.

Posted by Ronald Holden at December 10, 2007 8:37 AM | TrackBack

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