Tailor Launches D.J. Night; Top Chef Leah Promoted at Centro


• Michael Psilakis was treating Monday night’s Citymeals-on-Wheels Sweet and Savory event as a “test run” for a possible Greek food cart. [Always Hungry]

The John Dory’s wine director, David Lynch, is departing the restaurant for a job in San Francisco. [Eater]

Top Chef’s Leah Cohen has been promoted to executive chef at Centro Vinoteca. [Feedbag]

• Since Klatch’s closure, owner Pam Chmiel has been working on her summer Teen Entrepreneur Boot Camp, where she leads a group of teens into developing a business plan for a coffee shop. [Downtown Express]

Tailor’s website now contains three blogs, and the restaurant has launched a D.J. night. [Life Vicarious]

• In an alarming sign for T.G.I. Friday’s, the chain has rolled out five major promotions in 2009 alone. [Salon]

• Poultry was the No. 1 source of food poisoning in 2006. [NYT]

Sheep Station and Building on Bond are named as having some of Brooklyn’s best unsung burgers. [Brooklyn Paper]

• Venezuela has banned Coke Zero, citing the beverage’s possible health risks. [WSJ]