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  1. Celebrity Settings
    Malia Obama Hits Up La Esquina; Tyson Beckford Dines at Da SilvanoThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Taylor Swift and Calvin Harris Dine at the Spotted Pig; Dwyane Wade Stops byThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Uma Thurman and Andre Balazs Dine at Osteria Morini; Michael J. Fox TriesThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Mick Jagger Eats at Ristorante Morini; Kevin Hart Hangs Out at Tao UptownThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Where Kylie Jenner DinesThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Uma Thurman and Meg Ryan Dine at Upland; Bloomberg Eats Pre-Storm PizzaThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Mick Jagger Dines at Marea; Taylor Swift Goes Vegan at Angelica KitchenThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  8. Celebrity Settings
    Jimmy Fallon Sings at Rao’s; Björk Eats at Tavern on the GreenThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Louis C.K. Eats at Ditch Plains; Jake Gyllenhaal Swings by 606 R&DPlus: The ‘SNL’ cast hit La Cenita, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Macklemore Dines at A Voce; The Obama Ladies Enjoy Dessert at PeasantPlus: PH-D hosted the cool kids’ VMA after-party, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  11. Celebrity Settings
    Emma Roberts Fails at Cutting the Cronut Line; Beyoncé, Jay Z, and JustinPlus: Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis giggle at the Smith, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  12. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Biel Eats Fish Tacos at Tacombi; Jake Gyllenhaal Chooses HudsonPlus: Missy Elliott and Mary J. Blige go to Catch, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  13. Celebrity Settings
    Rihanna and Chris Brown Reunite; Morgan Freeman Shows Off His Emmys at Blue FinPlus: Wyclef Jean at Gina La Fornarina, Shaquille O’Neal at LT Burger, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  14. Quote of the Day
    And Will Guidara Went to Carmine’sHe quasi-encourages it.
  15. Trimmings
    Carmine’s Bar Crosses the Mason-DixonThe former Seaport institution has sold its mahogany bar.
  16. Closings
    107-Year-Old Carmine’s Is Selling Its Bar, Its Blender, and Its FishSeaport sadness.
  17. Lawsuits
    Lawsuit: Carmine’s Waiter Had to Share Tips With Napkin RollerAnd the coffee-maker, too!
  18. Closings
    107-Year-Old Carmine’s Sails Into SunsetA rent increase is the rumored culprit.
  19. RIP
    Carmine’s and Virgil’s Founding Chef Michael Ronis Dies at 60“He would sometimes hit five or six places a night, sampling everything on the menu that interested him.”
  20. Cookbooks
    Do Cookbooks Do Their Restaurants Justice?Three of them are taken for a test run.
  21. NewsFeed
    Overtime Suits Officially a Buzz TopicWe’ve learned that Juan Garcia-Espinoza, a dishwasher who worked at Carmine’s for two and a half years is suing the South Street Seaport dive (no relation to the Upper West Side pasta joint) for allegedly violating overtime laws by paying him a miserly $260 to $300 for workweeks as long as 58 hours. We’ve pointed out that these cases are increasingly becoming “man bites dog,” and the cover story of this week’s Business Week proves it: In the last few years, companies have blown about $1 billion resolving them. At this point wouldn’t even Mr. Burns agree that that money is better spent fairly compensating workers in the first place? Related: Wage Wars [Business Week]
  22. The In-box
    My Plus-Size Family Demands Nonethnic EatsDear Grub Street,So my college graduation ceremony is taking place in Madison Square Garden in less than a month and I need a suggestion for lunch around 2:30 for six people. As an amateur foodie, I’d usually have no problem picking a place if it weren’t for my family, who bring many stipulations to the table, so to speak: must be close-ish to MSG/Port Authority, must be handicap-accessible with seating arrangements that can accommodate, err, larger people, must take reservations, and must not be “ethnic” (that’s my two-star major-general grandfather speaking).Lida
  23. User's Guide
    Seder Gets Spicy!Happening as they do at Uncle Marty’s and in church basements, Seder meals aren’t usually known for being very tasty. But if you’re not worried about the meal being kosher — we won’t say anything to Marty — you can go out and have an Italian, Mexican, or even Indian Passover celebration. Here’s where to go.
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