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  1. everybody's a critic
    Trump’s D.C. Hotel Has Taken Aim at the Local Food Critics“Another big miss not mentioning @TrumpDC Dessert Night happening every Friday.”
  2. lawsuits
    Black Workers at Trump Hotel Steakhouse Allegedly Told It’s ‘White America Time’BLT Prime employees claim they got screwed on shifts and dealt with racist co-workers.
  3. this is gross
    Trump Hotel in Florida Shamelessly Uses Hurricane Irma to Advertise RestaurantWhat do those millions of displaced people need? Creamed spinach.
  4. Leftovers
    PS 244’s All-Vegetarian Lunch; The Plaza Cafe’s New Outdoor PatioPlus: BLT Prime’s boozy dinner, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  5. Leftovers
    Grape & Vine’s Menu; Crown’s Sunday Supper SeriesPlus: BLT Steak celebrates its birthday, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  6. Foodievents
    Momofuku, BLT Prime Host Local-Minded Private DinnersA whole hog will be put to fine use in Momofuku Ssam’s private dining room.
  7. The New York Diet
    Celebrity Stylist David Evangelista Chews His Way Through Fashion Week and theThe onetime ‘Iron Chef’ judge says he has the best protein shake recipe ever. He likes real food, too!
  8. NewsFeed
    Lawsuits Brought Against Bouley, BondSt, and BLT EmpireOne Little West 12 and Abigail Kirsch are also accused of wage violations.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Sweet Melissa Brings Specialty Sundaes to Cobble Hill; Tasting Room on LastWhere to sample a whole new world of frozen-yogurt flavors in the West Village, and where to find free burgers and beer in Astoria, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  10. User's Guide
    DeBragga and Spitler Will Supply Great Steakhouse Meat. Should You Buy It?Steakhouses are valued for one thing: their meat. There are no chefs, and no one goes there for the décor. So if the meat is available elsewhere, such as DeBragga and Spitler’s new retail operation, why bother with the steakhouse? The beef supplier, one of New York’s most established, was once the source for most of the city’s top steakhouses, and still supplies some of the best, such as Craftsteak and BLT Prime. Now you can buy a steak that is “exactly, absolutely” the same, says DeBragga’s Marc Sarrazin. Other top meat operations, like elite-meat specialist Pat LaFrieda, and small-farm evangelist Heritage Food USA, have made their stuff available to the public as well. So the question is this: Is it worth it?
  11. NewsFeed
    Food Writers Continue to Be Confounded by Steak Details recently put out a list of “The Best New Steak Houses in America,” and it was not inaccurate. Most of the places across the country that delight enlightened meatheads made the cut: Cut in LA, Michael Mina’s butter-crazed Stripsteak in Vegas, and Robert’s (ill-served by an unrepresentative piece of choice beef in the picture) are indeed among the best going. But writers and diners alike are too happy to be served a big steak to gauge it accurately, which makes all steakhouse features unreliable at best.