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Citarella

  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Mimi Sheraton Hates ‘Cottony’ Croissants, Loves a Good Butcher Plate“For lunch, I contemplated the epic chakchouka…”
  2. Mediavore
    Jean-Georges Cooks for Obama; Citarella Evicted in HarlemPlus: Kool-Aid pickles come to New York, and Jane and Michael Stern on Korean tacos, all in our morning news roundup.
  3. In the Magazine
    Defonte’s Manhattan Transfer; Double-Burger BoomAlso in this week’s magazine: The E.U. reborn, hydroponic tomatoes, and Citarella in the Hamptons.
  4. Openings
    Trader Joe’s Invades the Land of Zabar’sThe California grocery store is planning to take on Citarella and Fairway on the Upper West Side.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Ducasse to Open Benoit in One Week; Picholine Honors ‘South Pacific’Alain Ducasse will unveil his replacement for Brasserie LCB next Monday, Terrance Brennan is loosening up for spring, and Kyotofu imports Japanese mountain peach for its new menu.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Reasons to Stay in Williamsburg; Green-Tea Cupcake in West VillageBattery Park: The Treats Truck will be on hand at CultureFest NYC on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. [Treats Truck] Clinton Hill: Two armed men robbed the White Castle at 531 Myrtle Avenue yesterday. [Clinton Hill Blog] Meatpacking District: Next Tuesday is Dirty Bingo night at Paradou. [Paradou NYC] Midtown West: The Royalton hotel has reopened after a brief renovation and has already started serving breakfast at Bar Forty Four. [NewYorkology] Upper West Side: Thankfully, the old-school Murray’s Sturgeon Shop holds a long-term lease because the neighborhood’s “soul currently hangs on the continued existence of a few shops, among them Zabar’s, Fairway, Citarella, H&H Bagels, Barney Greengrass, Gryphon Book Store and Murray’s.” [Lost City] West Village: The green-tea cupcake Josh DeChellis serves at BarFry is not only intensely and deliciously flavored, it’s also ” a study in green: the kind of snack a stay at home Incredible Hulk would send off to the school bus in dozens if his kid were having an in-class birthday party.” [Gothamist] Williamsburg: In an effort to dissuade those thinking of leaving Brooklyn for greener (cleaner) pastures out west and elsewhere, one blogger has compiled this list of some of the hood’s best dishes. [Cakehead]
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    A Voce’s Alfresco Slurpees Come to FlatironBrooklyn Heights: Mike’s Knife Sharpener, operating out of a truck, is back, spotted on Willow Street. [Brooklyn Heights Blog] Dumbo: South Beach Wine & Food Festival may be re-created in this hood by next year, with help from the Food Network and Food & Wine. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: Gnocco’s fine Roman-style pizza will now be available by the slice from noon to 4 p.m. [Grub Street] And the Italian restaurant Gemma, coming to the Bowery Hotel, looks to be on its way to an opening. [Down by the Hipster] Le Souk loses its liquor license, albeit temporarily. [Eater] Financial District: Gold St. debuts a menu of original cocktails including herbaceous recipes like a Lavender Martini and the Rosemary Cream. [Grub Street] Flatiron: A Voce to debut its new alfresco section, where you can repose in the sun and drink alcoholic Italian slurpees, among other things. [The Strong Buzz] Fort Greene: A new batch of local Devil’s Doodad organic hot sauce is now available at the farmer’s market. [Clinton Hill Blog] Harlem: Citarella’s 125th Street branch now accepting food stamps. [NYM] Tickets now available for A Taste of Harlem held at City College’s Great Hall on Wednesday, May 16. [Uptown Flavor] Park Slope: Unnamed market selling $22 chickens. [Dope on the Slope] Soho: To celebrate the arrival of new chef Wen Chen, Lucky Strike is offering a bizarre lottery that incorporates a Champagne bucket filled with table numbers, praying, and free meals for your entire party. [Gawker] Lure Fishbar will open for lunch and brunch starting Mother’s Day weekend. [Grub Street]
  8. At the Market
    Frost-Kissed Artichokes and Vitamin D-Infused Maine Shrimp Brightening the Bypass the discounted Christmas candy aisle and head for the brightly colored rows of citrus and tropical fruits, which are getting sweeter by the week.
  9. At the Market
    Ingredients to Help You Keep Those Resolutions With the cookies and cocktails of 2006 behind us, whole grains, beans, fruits, and vegetables finally get their due.