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There was no shortage of April Fool’s Day jokes yesterday. My favorite was an announcement that the nomadic Sichuan chef Peter Chang would be opening Changri-la, a private supper club in Atlanta at constantly changing, password-secured locations where he wouldn’t even be cooking. But this isn’t a joke. As the New York Post’s Page 6 reported a few months ago, über-restaurateur Danny Meyer is in development on a place on the roof of the Gramercy Park Hotel, home to his great new Roman-style trattoria, Maialino. But it won’t be, as some people speculated, a Shake Shack. Instead, Maialino’s talented chef, Nick Anderer, will oversee the menu, which might or might not be Italian, but will definitely not be Maialino Upstairs. I want to say that Meyer will keep the roof-top bar private, but now it's too late for April Fool's Day jokes.
Nick Anderer will oversee the menu on Gramercy Park Hotel's roof.