Stroock Represents Smith & Wollensky’s CEO in its Merger with Patina Restaurant Group
Stroock Partners, Martin Neidell (M&A) and Jeff Uffner (Tax), represented Alan Stillman, CEO of Smith & Wollensky, in Smith & Wollensky’s proposed merger with Patina Restaurant Group. As part of the deal, Mr. Stillman will buy from Patina the New York City restaurants presently owned by Smith & Wollensky (Smith & Wollensky, Maloney & Porcelli, Park Avenue Café, Quality Meats, Post House and Cite). The deal was announced on February 26th and is slated for approximately $80 million.
The deal has been covered by various publications including Bloomberg News and Crain’s New York Business.