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  1. food fight
    Trump Made Up His Story About the 21 Club Renovation, Former Owner and CEO Say“I have no idea what was in his head. I never have.”
  2. Leftovers
    Amanda Freitag Helps Citymeals; 21 Club Introduces New ChefPlus: lobster rumble tickets, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Scarlett Johansson Eats Tacos at El Toro Blanco; Leo DiCaprio Schmoozes atPlus: Miranda Kerr drinks at the Carlyle, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  4. Leftovers
    K-Town Festival This Saturday; $1 Oysters at the Standard GrillPlus: Hecho en Dumbo’s new fall menu, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  5. Leftovers
    Krescendo’s New Chef; Red Barn Bakery’s Kickstarter CampaignPlus: Tickets for Taste of Summer, and more, in today’s roundup.
  6. Leftovers
    ‘21’ Club Relaunches ‘On Tap’ Series; El SombreroPlus: information on Shmaltz Brewing Company’s new beer, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Richard Gere Makes Trouble at Nick & Toni’s; Lindsay Lohan Gets Violent atPlus, Monica Lewinsky at 21, Ann Romney at Fishtail, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  8. Get Well Soon
    ‘21’ Club Manager Recovering After Hit and RunThe ‘21’ Club’s new general manager was struck by a car and injured, but is now recovering.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Girl Scouts Open Cookie Pop-up Shop in Flatiron; 21 Club Serves Mangalitsa LoinPlus: Lyon celebrates St. Patrick’s, Wall & Water offers monthly cooking classes, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  10. Let's Make a Deal
    Today’s New Group-Discounts Site: Zagat ExclusivesThirty percent off at a New York institution, with deals to follow in Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Philadelphia.
  11. Mediavore
    Sliced Bagels Taxed; 21 Club SuedPlus: FDA eyes egg factories, and the Mediterranean diet gets recognized, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Celebrity Settings
    Is ‘WASP Cooking’ the Secret to a Successful Scene Restaurant?Comparing Kenmare to Buck’s, a deal-makers diner in Silicon Valley.
  13. Mediavore
    Baseball Concessions Get Fancy; Where to Start a TabPlus: Flatiron gets a cheese factory, and a scary KFC sandwich goes national, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    A Cooking Class at ‘21’ Club; Teany Reopening on the Lower East SidePlus: A vodka taste test tonight in the Financial District, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  15. The New York Diet
    Mad Men’s Bryan Batt Is a Connoisseur of Cobb Salads“Alcohol has so many empty calories. You get a nice little buzz from it, but I’d rather have a pork chop.”
  16. TV Land
    Why Won’t Mad Men Eat at ‘21’?The one product Matthew Weiner won’t place.
  17. Mediavore
    Beer and Baseball; Sprinkles Comes EastPlus: Jessica Seinfeld isn’t a copycat, and Jamie Oliver in West Virginia, all in our morning news roundup.
  18. Celebrity Settings
    Oprah’s Appetite for Junk Food Knows No BoundsYour weekly roundup of where the pretty people went to eat.
  19. Burger Boom
    Burgvertising: Saveur and Ray’s Use Burgers As BaitWant to lure in customers, or readers? Just throw up a photo of a big ol’ burger!
  20. Celebrity Settings
    America Ferrera and Morgan Freeman Go to Fishtail, Stevie Wonder Leaves $1,000And more in our weekly celebrity-foodie roundup.
  21. Nostalgia
    How Different Did Manhattan’s Menus Look 30 Years Ago?We crack a 1975 book, ‘Manhattan Menus,’ and take a trip back in time.
  22. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Alba Drinks at Schiller’s; Bourdain Has Dessert at Michael’sPlus: Drew Barrymore and Justin Long hang out a lot.
  23. Lawsuits
    ‘21’ Club Is Latest to Be Sued for Withholding TipsThe patron saint of stiffed waiters, D. Maimon Kirschenbaum, has struck again.
  24. Mediavore
    Bush Snubs ‘21’; Rachael Ray to Be Painted NudePlus: Street Vendor Project founder makes good and ‘Wife Swap’ goes foodie, all in our morning news roundup.
  25. Ask a Waiter
    ‘21’ Beverage Director Phil Pratt Wants You to Come Get Your Wine’They would bring in Ballantine’s, Roederer, Hine, which is a cognac, and they would sell brand-name stuff as opposed to bathtub gin.’
  26. NewsFeed
    How to Dine With Your BodyguardsIf you’re a wealthy foreigner, don’t think showing up with bodyguards will get you into the club.
  27. Celebrity Settings
    Ethan Hawke Hits Qdoba; ‘Beverly Hills 90210’ Reunion at D’OrLast week Todd Barry told us he was a Chipotle man and we noted that a couple of respected chefs were too — but it seems Ethan Hawke, for one, prefers naked burritos to burrito bols, if a recent sighting at Qdoba Mexican Grill is any indicator. Are notable New Yorkers embracing casual dining chains? Lizzie Grubman did take her client Tailor Made to, um, the Olive Garden…
  28. Mediavore
    EPA Joins Mercury Craze; A ‘Seinfeld’–Inspired Food StudyThe Environmental Protection Agency is beginning to examine the mercury levels in the twenty most commonly eaten fish in the New York City region. [NYT] Top Chef seductress/hostess Padma Lakshmi is moving into a full-floor loft in Alphabet City. [The Real Estate/NYO] The holy triumvirate of burgers, fries, and milk shakes continues to dominate the nation’s culinary imagination. [NRN]
  29. Mediavore
    Where to Eat on Black Friday; Last-Minute Turkey DinnersMichael Psilakis plans to open his “Dona redux,” at 58th Street between Second and Third, by early January. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Related: Psilakis Seeks Site for a Late-Night Downtown Restaurant — and a New Dona Satisfying post-shopping eats are invaluable because “when you no longer feel loaded is the perfect time to get loaded.” This comprehensive list covers midtown, Herald Square, the meatpacking district, and Soho. [NYP] New tip for turkey: Carve it like a butcher, not like a chef. [NYT]
  30. The Other Critics
    ‘New Yorker’ Backs Up the Chowhounds; Sietsema Uncovers a FoodThe New Yorker discovers Sripraphai, and though baffled by its vast and uneven menu, admits that the chowhounds were right to glorify the place. [NYer] Sietsema provides his readers with a major service this week, guiding them through one of the city’s best and most baffling food courts in the Flushing’s J&L Mall [VV] Rosanjin gets the two-star Bruni treatment in its first review, and seems to only have missed a third star by reason of anticlimactic later courses. Still, an auspicious start. [NYT]