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  1. Opening Soon
    Galli 2.0 to Open in Old ’inoteca SpaceMore Italian food at 98 Rivington Street.
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    Trilby Opens in Cooper Square Hotel Tomorrow; Lloyd’s Carrot Cake ExpandsPlus: a taste of Brazil’s Carnival seaon, a Northern Italian wine tasting, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  3. Empire Building
    ‘Inoteca’s Jason Denton Will Open a ‘Fun and Engaging’We’ve got the address.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Kin Shop Launches a Lunch Menu; Donatella Now Serves MeatballsPlus: Donatella now serves meatballs, the East Village gets another Middle Eastern fast-food joint, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  5. Empire Building
    ’Inoteca’s Total New York DominationThere’s ‘inoteca Williamsburg, plus a French-Mediterranean spot is going in Tribeca.
  6. Foodievents
    Pig Out at ’inoteca’s Restaurant-Hopping Whole-Hog SeriesA series of whole-hog dinners inspired by Italian regions hops from ‘inoteca to Corsino to ‘inoteca e liquori bar.
  7. Openings
    Tavern Trio: Patty & Bun, Henry Public, and Thistle HillOpening this fall/winter.
  8. Community Boards
    CB Shuffle: New Projects From ’Inoteca, Locanda, Carrera, and MorePlus, the Mott’s liquor license is recommended for denial.
  9. Mediavore
    Pork-Heavy Restaurants Worry; Zutto SeizedPlus: the “gutter of Tribeca,” and Michael Anthony’s favorite cheap eats, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. The Other Critics
    Bruni Commends Neroni; Sutton Predicts Restaurant Mulligans in 2009Plus: Danyelle Freeman slams Butcher Bay, Steve Cuozzo eats grilled cheese, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  11. Openings
    ’Inoteca and Liquiri Bar Offers Delivery, ReservationsPlus: $10 cocktails and an expanded menu.
  12. Mediavore
    Cafe Wha? Sued; Dennis Foy ShutteredPlus: business owners hate Yelp, and Skittles discovers social media, all in our morning news roundup.
  13. The Other Critics
    Bruni Admires Buttermilk Channel; Critics Agree on Co.’s CrustPlus: Robert Sietsema on Flex Mussels, Gael Green goes to the new ‘inoteca, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  14. Spot Check
    ’Inoteca Downtown Still Hotter Than Uptown?We hit both at 1:30 a.m. on Friday night.
  15. Openings
    What to Eat at ’Inoteca and Liquiri Bar, Opening Right This SecondThe Bar Milano remake is complete!
  16. Fun With Numbers
    Google Insight Blows Our Mind, Shows Shift From the Buddakans to the MomofukusA look at the most popular restaurant searches of the past four years.
  17. Meat
    Meat UpAs cool weather comes, so does our appetite for cured meats.
  18. The New York Diet
    Rising Star Chef Anne Burrell Introduces Us to ‘Big-Girl Soda’And tells us how much she likes eating with her fingers.
  19. NewsFeed
    Dream Match: Dentons vs. MartignettisJason Denton of Bar Milano charts his career from his humble beginnings as a Union Square Café waiter to his work at the helm of Lupa, ’ino, and ’inoteca.
  20. The New York Diet
    Natasha Bedingfield Meets Spencer and Heidi at Kobe ClubThe London-based songstress doesn’t much think about frugality when she’s eating in New York.
  21. VideoFeed
    Overheard at Bar Milano’s Opening NightJoe and Jason Denton opened their latest Italian outlet on Friday night, Bar Milano. ‘New York’s cameras were there.
  22. NewsFeed
    R.E.M. Goes on Lower East Side Wine Crawl, Performs for Lucky Few Sure, U2 rode through Manhattan on a flatbed, but we find it way cooler that R.E.M. stopped into September Wines and two Lower East Side restaurants this Monday while filming a music video for their upcoming album. ’inoteca partner Ethan Richardson, who says Michael Stipe comes in now and then, tells us he fielded a call from a band rep asking for permission to film there. They ended up performing acoustic for a little less than five minutes and then ate for fifteen or twenty minutes before moving a couple of doors down.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Bruni Interviews the Bros. Bromberg; Can Diner’s Steak Compete WithEast Village: BondSt has made its West Coast debut in the new Thompson Hotel in Beverly Hills. [Snack] Hell’s Kitchen: Sietsema doesn’t think Metro Marché feels enough like a real bistro; maybe stepping out into Port Authority to view a homeless man peeing into a Dunkin’ Donuts cup just takes away the mystique. [Eat for Victory/VV] Lower East Side: ‘inoteca is back, with new and improved wine storage. [Eater] Soho: Bruni uncovers the history of Blue Ribbon (which began in 1992 with a fancy French restaurant on Sullivan Street between Prince and Spring) and finds it interesting. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Williamsburg: Diner has “begun doing Porterhouses for two, four, sometimes six, along with bone-in rib-eyes and T-Bones, cooked to order and slathered with marrow butter,” right across from Peter Luger. Has anyone been to both to compare? [Brooklyn Based]
  24. In the Magazine
    Fiamma, Tailor, and Turkey Carry the Weight This Week This week’s issue carries a lot of freight, and there isn’t much room for consideration of the gluttonous arts. So the food content is slim — but potent! Adam Platt reviews two of the most anticipated debuts in recent years, those of genius dessert chef Sam Mason’s Tailor and Beard Award–winning chef Fabio Trabocchi’s New York debut at Fiamma. But that’s not all: There’s an In Season recipe for turkey-salad sandwiches, excuse us, tramezzini di tacchino, courtesy of ’inoteca’s Eric Kleinman; a guide to four very excellent Thanksgiving alternatives courtesy of Rob and Robin; and four new hotel restaurants likewise. We figured that with all the eating and cooking that’s going on this week, that should be plenty of food writing to get you by.
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Rocky Sullivan’s Turns Its Back on Red Hook; Lamb Sliders Come to BrooklynFort Greene: A Moroccan restaurant is on the way to DeKalb Avenue, and with it the lamb sliders Brooklynites have been waiting for. [VV] Lower East Side: Food-science guru Dave Arnold of FCI is planning a drinks and desserts venue with none other than Sexiest Chef Johnny Zs. A used centrifuge is already part of the plan. [Mouthing Off/Food and Wine] Inoteca is staying in the game thanks to some new tasting menus. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Red Hook: Rocky Sullivan’s has mortally offended Red Hook by not serving Six Point beer, despite being literally next door to the brewery. [Eater] Sunnyside: Pork biscuits at the Euro Shop are off the hook. Who cares if they are unpronounceable? [Gothamist]
  26. Trans-Fat Express
    Trans-Fat Ban: The Restaurants at RiskWhere would we be without trans fats? The joys of margarine and shortening know no end in New York. Few restaurants care to admit to using it. But going by our taste buds and instinct for human nature, we’ve got ten educated guesses at great local restaurants with foods containing the magical substance. None of these dishes would be the same with replacement fat: It would be better to stop serving them entirely. But a ban poses more risk to the business of some restaurants than others, of course. A RUB without the deep-fried Oreos would still be the city’s best barbecue, but if the Arepa Lady had to spray Pam on her griddle, even her cult might disband.