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Del Frisco's Double Eagle Steak House

  1. Celebrity Settings
    Jared Leto Dines at Angelica Kitchen; Kristen Wiig Celebrates at Hill & DaleThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Uma Thurman and Andre Balazs Dine at Osteria Morini; Michael J. Fox TriesThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Selena Gomez Eats Chicken Potpie at Serendipity 3; Michael Fassbender Drinks atPlus: Kate Upton gets hands-y at Hudson Clearwater, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Beyoncé and Jay-Z Ring in the New Year at Buttermilk Channel; Lady Gaga HoldsPlus: Zac Efron makes Philippe his go-to dining spot, Britney Spears celebrates a friend’s birthday at the Darby, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  5. Openings
    Yet Another Steakhouse Eyes the WaterfrontWollensky’s Grill may open on Atlantic Wharf.
  6. Openings
    Morton’s Gets Some Competition from Del Frisco’sThe national steakhouse chain will open in the Harbor.
  7. Mediavore
    Del Frisco’s Caught on Film; Hungry Girl Signs Big DealPlus: Connecticut legalizes pickles, and John McCain doesn’t want to know his farmer, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Celebrity Settings
    Chris Noth Sings in Elaine’s; Gwyneth Paltrow Laughs at Smith & MillsPlus: Chloë Sevigny indulges at Sundaes and Cones, Anna Wintour jumps on the Pulino’s bandwagon, and more in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Celebs Hit Steak, South St.Tracking the dining trajectory of stars
  10. Meat Palace Intrigue
    A Rough Day for SteakhousesBig problems at Center City’s steakhouses
  11. Celebrity Settings
    Schumer Shops at Costco; Pelosi Prefers East Village CafésPlus: MK and Ashley Olsen party with the “New York Minute” screenwriter, Sean Lennon eats outside at Da Silvano, and more in our weekly roundup of bold-face dining.
  12. Celebrity Settings
    Martha Stewart Dines at Pod; Real Housewife Hits VargaTracking the dining trajectory of celebs in Philly
  13. Celebrity Settings
    America Ferrera and Morgan Freeman Go to Fishtail, Stevie Wonder Leaves $1,000And more in our weekly celebrity-foodie roundup.
  14. Mediavore
    Tony Bourdain’s Kitchen Is Just Like Yours; New York Chefs Cook for 50 CentSelf-styled badass chef Tony Bourdain plays 20 Questions, revealing that he lives with his wife and daughter on the Upper East Side these days — “proximity to Baby Gap is a priority” — and has a kitchen that is “small and functional and very crowded with baby food, cat food, a few essentials.” [Chicago Tribune] Frank Bruni takes a moment to sort through the piles of food-related tomes that landed on his desk this year, finding his favorites to be David Kamp’s The Food Snob’s Dictionary and the recently released Secret Ingredients: The New Yorker Book of Food and Drink. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Related: David Kamp Adds Two More Entries to the Food Snob’s Dictionary A recent NYU grad is suing Times Square club Arena for $2 million over a June incident in which he was overcharged by $1,000, beat up by the bouncer, and arrested for not buying enough alcohol. [NYP]
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Shake Shack Opens Year-round; Five Guys On in MidtownFlatiron: Shake Shack is hammering out a year-round plan that may kick off after the New Year and will include heat lamps. (It better!) [Eat for Victory/VV] Long Island City: Art-O-Mat sells nice neighborhood souvenirs like LIChocolate bars. [LIC-NYC] Lower East Side: New bar and restaurant Cafe Katja has earned some positive buzz for its touches like house-made pickles and sauerkraut and well-priced Austrian and German wine and beer. [Blog Chelsea] Midtown West: Five Guys Burger’s and Fries at 43 West 55th Street started serving today, a day ahead of schedule. [Midtown Lunch] Nolita: Katie Lee Joel’s favorite New York restaurant is Ballato’s on East Houston near Mulberry Street. [Restaurant Girl] Times Square: Top-notch steakhouse Del Frisco’s still has steak tips and mashed potatoes on its lunch menu for under $10, though the burger’s over $13. [Midtown Lunch] Upper East Side: Sassy’s Sliders at 1530 Third Avenue near 86th Street is the front-runner in this roundup of the city’s best mini-sandwiches, which also includes Burke’s burgers at Bloomingdale’s and the Little Owl’s meatball version. [Gridskipper] West Village: The new bar replacing Luke & Leroy on Seventh Avenue South is having a soft opening tonight. [Imbible/Citysearch] Voyage has finally given up the ghost, and its prime Perry Street restaurant real estate with it. [Eater]