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Db Bistro Moderne

  1. lawsuits
    Daniel Boulud’s Restaurant Fined $1.3 Million for Serving Diner a Piece of WireThe jury called it a warning to the industry about wire brushes near food.
  2. Leftovers
    Justin Smillie’s Dinner at Osteria in Philadelphia; Farm-Focused DinnersToday’s Leftovers.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Condé Nast Traveler’s Pilar Guzmán Holds Her Meetings at“I ate all of the cheese.”
  4. Reopenings
    First Look at the New DB Bistro Moderne, Reopening TomorrowThere’s also a brand-new menu.
  5. Leftovers
    Lobster Bash at Jeffrey’s Grocery; Jackie’s 5th Amendment to ClosePlus: db Bistro Moderne closes temporarily for renovations, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  6. Mise en Scene
    Pig: A Restaurant Coming to UCB, Before Pigg Gets to UmamicatessenThe new play skewers everything in food culture that is still yet to be parodied.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Fatta Cuckoo Launches Date-Night Special; Café Gitane Team Plans LES RestaurantPlus: The DOH shuts down Kabin, Gasoline Alley Coffee opens in Noho, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    DB Bistro Moderne Turns Ten With a Special Menu; Bacon Bakery in the WorksPlus: Fourth of July preordering from Prime Meats, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  9. Foodievents
    San Francisco Bests New York Again at Le Grand Fooding, Night TwoThe visiting team took it, folks. Game, set, match. But things got a bit too crowded to savor the nuances.
  10. The Food Chain
    Daniel Boulud Loves Providence’s Spot PrawnsMichael Cimarusti explains his simple showcase of fresh Santa Barbara shellfish.
  11. The New York Diet
    Food & Wine Editor Dana Cowin Makes Up for Light Lunches With“I always try to convince a child to get soft-serve so I can have some of it, but they’re very, very reluctant because they think I’m going to take over their ice cream.”
  12. Mediavore
    Dennis Quaid Escapes DUI at Phillipe Chow With LAPD Help; Wine Grapes Going toA cop lets Dennis Quaid loose form a potential DUI at Phillipe Chow, while California’s wine grape growers are miffed about imports.
  13. Mediavore
    The Problem With Backyard Chickens; Soprano Stiffs Nice MatinPlus: a possible stabbing at Greenhouse, and the rise of wild game, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. Menu Changes
    Marathon Menus: Carmellini’s All-You-Can-Eat Pasta and DB Bistro’sAndrew Carmellini has a new plan for the private dining room at Locanda Verde.
  15. Mediavore
    Where to Find the Original Ray’s Pizza; New ‘Iron Chef’ ComingPlus: how to get five lunches from one Carnegie Deli purchase, and the next ‘Next Iron Chef,’ all in our morning news roundup.
  16. Boulud-iful
    Boulud Promises ‘Greatest Diner on Earth’Boulud’s Bowery spot will be ‘a cross between a brasserie and a diner.’
  17. In the Magazine
    Cheap Eats 2008It’s Cheap Eats time here at ‘New York,’ and our food editors have compiled a list of affordable, delicious restaurants at great risk to their body mass indexes.
  18. The New York Diet
    Danny Meyer Has One Last Feast at FlorentHis restaurants range from Eleven Madison Park to Shake Shack, and his diet ranges from pâté de campagne to protein shakes.
  19. Chefwatch
    Jim Leiken Is the Next Star From Boulud’s Chef StableDB Bistro Moderne’s Jim Leiken is poised to get a DB restaurant all his own.
  20. User's Guide
    Excerpt: ‘The Hamburger: A History’How the burger rose to cultural ascendency in the new millennium after years of critique from environmentalists and anti-establishment thinkers.
  21. Back of the House
    A Voce’s New Pastry Chef Is HomegrownThere’s a new, high-powered young dessert chef in town. And get this — he’s homegrown! His name is Joshua Gripper, and his new boss, A Voce’s Andrew Carmellini, vouches for him thusly: “He’s the shit.” Gripper, a 27-year-old Queens native, has worked with Carmellini at Café Boulud and is also a member of A.C.’s hip-hop combo, the Crown. Primarily, though, he’s said to be a talented technician with a simpatico sensibility and eight years of classical training. So what is he doing at A Voce?
  22. Mediavore
    Battle of the DBs in Forest Hills; JFK to Get the Gourmet TreatmentNever you been to Daniel Boulud’s new restaurant in Forest Hills? That’s because there isn’t one. But Danny Brown’s db wine bar and restaurant sounds close enough to db bistro moderne that the great chef’s copyright is threatened. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Travelers at JFK airport won’t have to get by on chili dogs much longer – a Todd English eatery, a wine bar, an oyster bar, and more high-end venues are on the way. [NYP] Seamus Mullen is more at home with the elevated cooking at Suba than the rustic style at Boqueria: “It was like getting back to basics that I never really had.” [Restaurant Girl] Staffers at Charlie Palmer’s Kitchen 22 found out the place was closing yesterday via a cell-phone call telling them they were now out of a job. Nice. [NYP] Katz’s may be threatened by condo development, but pastrami still has secure fortresses in the outer boroughs. [Gothamist] Related: Mother of Mercy! Is This the End of Katz’s? [Grub Street]
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Williamsburg’s Aurora Opening in Soho ThursdayDumbo: Restaurants and shops including Bubby’s and Jacques Torres Chocolate will celebrate Mother’s Day by offering brunch specials and discounts. [Dumbo Improvement District] Or just bring Mom to the Brooklyn Pigfest, also held this Saturday, for all-you-can-eat barbecue. [Brooklyn Record] Midtown West: City Club Hotel guests are no longer the only patrons of the DB Bistro Moderne breakfast; morning service is now open to the public. [Grub Street] Soho: Williamsburg Roman favorite Aurora is opening a 60-seat branch on 510 Broome Street on Thursday. [Grub Street] West Village: Property managers of the former Movida space have high hopes of bringing in a Starbucks. [Gawker]
  24. In the Magazine
    Nature Bursts From the Pages of This Week’s Issue In this week’s issue, as befits spring, nature is bursting out of our food coverage. Snails and sea urchins take supporting roles in Adam Platt’s review of the highly rarefied Anthos; Gael Greene flutters into a restaurant called Tree; Rob and Robin talk tomatoes, spring almonds, and even more snails; and, in the spirit of growth, our food editors lay out two Short Lists of places where you can introduce young, growing gourmands to their future lifetime pursuit. Plus, four new restaurant bloom in the April sunshine, all in New York this week.
  25. The New York Diet
    Chef Daniel Boulud Eats Sushi at $10 Per MinuteWe shouldn’t have been surprised when Daniel Boulud reported that he eats 75 percent of his meals at his own restaurants.
  26. Mediavore
    The Coffee Shop Open Again; Marcus Samuelsson Heading to Meatpacking?With Gordon Ramsay, DB Bistro Moderne, and others, room service has recently gotten a lot more ambitious — though not necessarily successful. [NYT] The Coffee Shop is back in business after its brief and much-publicized closure. [NYP] Once they move into Sascha, the brothers behind PM plan to put Aquavit’s Marcus Samuelsson in charge of the kitchen. [Eater] Related: PM Owners to Open Harlem Restaurant, Bistro-Bakery-Club in Sascha Space
  27. The In-box
    Hungry Theatergoer: Please, Good Sir, How Do I Avoid Tourists? You’ve got questions, we’ve got Internet access and fairly good research skills. Send your food and restaurant queries to Grub Street. Grub Street, I’m taking my mom & sister to a Broadway show on a Friday night next month. We’d like to have dinner first, but I’m frightened of the tourist-driven restaurants in the theater district. Where do you recommend for a great meal and atmosphere that allows for conversation and that will be convenient to Broadway? Joanna Harp, West Village