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  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best City Hall Wedding Restaurants in New YorkWith the proliferation of boutique hotels, the area around City Hall has options aplenty for a post-wedding brunch, lunch, or (very) early dinner.
  2. Closings
    Tribeca’s City Hall Restaurant Is ClosingIt’s a favorite among local politicians.
  3. Downtown Crossing
    Downtown Crossing As Mobile Food Hubimagining a food cart future
  4. Mediavore
    Truck Full of Wine Nearly Loses Its Load at City Hall; Eating Less Delays AgingPlus: White Castle tests out beer; and Campbell’s Soup Co. teaches school kids how to garden, all in our morning news roundup.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Phillies Set to Crash Occupy Philly; Boot & Saddle About to Start Kickin’Rounding up the region’s neighborhood news.
  6. Mediavore
    City Moves to Ban Styrofoam; The Cubs Get Their Own DogPlus: restaurant workers lack benefits, and an iconic Houston restaurant reopens, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Marketing Gimmicks
    A Slightly Less Cripplingly Expensive TasteThe city offers new restaurants a sweepstakes incentive to join the Taste of Chicago.
  8. New York Wine and Food Festival
    Prime Beef: Scenes From the Burger BashA look at the burgers from Friday night’s competition in Brooklyn, featuring Michael Psilakis, Rachael Ray, and Katie Lee.
  9. Mediavore
    Dubious Wine Larceny Defense; A City Hall Garden?Plus: a sympathy sandwich for Ruth Reichl, and Wendy’s gets fresh, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. City Hall
    Medjool Owner Out at City HallGus Murad resigns from the Small Business Commission as his restaurant continues to get heat from the city over an illegal roof deck.
  11. sweet news
    Daly Crowned in City Hall Bake-OffCity hall tensions eased over dessert competition.
  12. Openings
    Market Table Already Bumpin’ Market Table has opened for both lunch and dinner with little fanfare, and what we hear today predicts future success. Chef-owner Joey Campanero tells us that he did two and a half turns at lunch today (roughly 100 customers). Plus, the retail counter is cha-chinging away. The biggest seller, Campanero says, is the burger. No surprise, given that it’s made from the same magic meat found in burgers at the Spotted Pig, Stand, Borough Food and Drink, City Hall, and even (though not exactly) the Shake Shack. Expect a tough table: the place is even smaller than the Little Owl, Campanero ’s perpetually packed West Village favorite. Related: Shop Like a Chef (Preferably in His Own Store)
  13. NewsFeed
    Waiters Serve Papers to City Hall and B.B. King Blues Club Two more waiters have crumbled up their aprons and decided they’re not going to take it anymore. Maimon Kirschenbaum, the lawyer last seen suing Heartland Brewery for shaving time off punch-card records and failing to cough up overtime (he says ten servers are now onboard with the complaint including a former manager) is now going after both Radiante, which owns City Hall (according to the suit, six-year server Mohammed Uddin was paid straight time instead of overtime), and B.B. King Blues Club & Grill. Kirschenbaum filed the latter suit yesterday; as he has it, server Brandon Salus was singing the blues at B.B. King’s after walkouts were deducted from his paycheck, a violation of Section 193 of the New York Labor Law. In one instance a $240 dine-and-ditch allegedly reduced the server’s weekly pay to $20.
  14. The New York Diet
    Novelist Marisha Pessl Motivates Herself With Coffee, Rewards Herself With As Marisha Pessl has it, she got so carried away describing food in her best-selling novel Special Topics in Calamity Physics that certain passages had to be edited down. It’s no surprise then that beyond the eight or nine cappuccinos she used to drink while writing (she’s now down to two or three) and the ’wichcraft cupcakes she rewards herself with afterward, the author and Tribeca resident is a self-confessed “absolute foodie.” Now that she’s between book tours and working on a second novel (the paperback of Special Topics comes out next week), she says she has “a license to feed all the time.” So how does she put it to use?
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