By Olivia Scheck
MANHATTAN — As presidential hopeful Donald Trump attempts to woo the American electorate, trouble is reportedly cooking in the kitchen of his swanky SoHo hotel.
Just one year after the Trump Soho opened on Spring Street, the operating team behind their much-buzzed eatery Quattro Gastronomia Italiana is looking to end its contract with the hotel, Grub Street reported.
Chef Fabrizio Carro left the original Quattro Gastronomia Italiana in Miami along with his identical twin brother and co-chef, Nicola Carro, to open the Manhattan spinoff last April.
Now, the restaurant's operators, Karim Masri and Nicola Siervo, want out of the deal, Grub Street said.
But if the operators do end their contract with Trump Soho, they may still license out the name, in which case Fabrizio would stick around, according to the restaurant blog.
The Trump Soho ran into trouble last summer, when a group of apartment buyers sued the developers, claiming that they lied about the number of units that had already been sold in the building.