Food Wire: Mo Pitkin’s, Prune, Hotel Chantelle

Neighborhood food news to start off the weekend:

  • The former Mo Pitkin’s House of Satisfaction, which became the doomed Aces and Eights, may become Mo Pitkin’s again, according to EV Grieve and Fork in the Road.
  • Prune chef Gabrielle Hamilton’s moment in the NY Times’ spotlight continues this week with a profile, following up on their review of her new memoir, Blood, Bones and Butter.
  • Top Chef alumna Camille Becerra, who bagged on Orchard Street’s APL (which is due to open any week now, without her), has a new home in the kitchen at Hotel Chantelle.