By Ally Betker
There are many facets of the Whitney Museum’s move downtown that are noteworthy. There’s the Renzo Piano-designed facade, the fact that more of the museum’s permanent collection will see the light of day and the realization that Manhattan’s Meatpacking District has officially been commandeered by the Establishment. On a recent sunny morning, though, with light streaming past the High Line and into the glass jewel box, most of the buzz was taking place inside Untitled, the official eatery of the new Whitney. Helmed by Gramercy Tavern chef Michael Anthony, the restaurant was crawling with front and back of house employees training for opening day on May 1st. Anthony himself was busy instilling his sense of service into the team.