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En Japanese Brasserie

  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Mimi Sheraton Hates ‘Cottony’ Croissants, Loves a Good Butcher Plate“For lunch, I contemplated the epic chakchouka…”
  2. Leftovers
    Public’s Vegetable Menu; Brunch at ChicaneToday’s Leftovers.
  3. Leftovers
    Eataly Wine Shop Slashes Prices; All’onda Launches LunchPlus: Seersucker’s guest-chef series continues, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  4. The Grub Street Diet
    Toro’s Ken Oringer Celebrates New Year’s and a Two-Star“I won’t have a week the rest of the year that will be like this past week.”
  5. Leftovers
    EN Japanese Brasserie’s Benefit Brunch; St. Lucian Chef Comes to City GritPlus: Alan Richman files on three Brooklyn restaurants, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  6. Leftovers
    Khe-Yosk Opens for Lunch; Danny Bowien and Elizabeth Falkner Headline ProsciuttoPlus: EN’s new large-format dinner, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Rihanna Lunches at Da Silvano; Gwyneth Paltrow Eats Healthily in the HamptonsPlus: Judge Judy and Joan Rivers dine at Bobby Vans, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  8. Leftovers
    EN Japanese Brasserie’s New Vegan Menu; Suckling Pig Night at Hill & DalePlus: The Spotted Pig’s Pride party, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  9. A Wing and Ahmir
    Questlove Breaks Down New York’s Fried-Chicken Scene in Six Easy StepsOf course he likes his own the best.
  10. Leftovers
    Easter Dinner at Lincoln; Miracle Berry CocktailsPlus: Crown launches a bar menu, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. Leftovers
    Free Cheese From Murray’s; P.J. Hanley’s Files for BankruptcyPlus: EN’s monthy tasting dinner, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  12. leftovers
    Salvation Taco Opens in Pod 39; Mexican-Swedish Christmas at FondaPlus, the Food Experiment’s Championships are happening, EN Japanese Brasserie does mochi from scratch, Andanada 141 does happy hour, and more in today’s leftovers.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Trilby Opens in Cooper Square Hotel Tomorrow; Lloyd’s Carrot Cake ExpandsPlus: a taste of Brazil’s Carnival seaon, a Northern Italian wine tasting, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  14. Oenophile
    Sexy Sommeliers: Pouring Wine and Looking FineThe NYP’s “smoldering photo shoot.”
  15. The Food Chain
    Peter Hoffman Could Bathe in EN Japanese Brasserie’s Housemade Tofu“It’s just a heavenly, heavenly way to start a meal.”
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Má Pêche Launches ‘Beef 7 Ways’; Potlikker Film Fest atPlus: $10 lunch at Heartland Brewery, and Grill & Greens opens, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Beer Tonight at Southern Hospitality; Pizza by Cer te Opens in MidtownPlus: Plein Sud in Tribeca secures a chef, and a dessert fest on the Upper West Side, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Turn Your Loft Into a Farm; Dunkin’ Donuts Seized in Prospect ParkPlus: The Richardson extends its hours, and Char No. 4 sells Easter hams, all in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  19. Video Feed
    Video: Make a Japanese Hot PotLearn to make a traditional Japanese ‘nabe’ with sake-mash broth and chicken meatballs.
  20. Foodievents
    Drink Japan Without Leaving Little Italy Sake has been the next big trend for so long that we’ve been loathe to recognize it now that it’s actually arriving. If, like us, you’re utterly mystified by the stuff (not being able to read the bottle is part of it), check out the Joy of Sake next week. The city’s biggest sake event will hit the Puck Building on Thursday featuring 300 different sakes, at least a third of which aren’t available outside of Japan. The restaurant lineup looks good too: Seventeen restaurants are creating dishes meant to be paired with sake, including wd-50, Sakagura, and 15 East. Tickets are $75 in advance, $90 at the door. Joy of Sake [Official Site]
  21. Neighborhood Watch
    Preemie Martini Cooler Than You Thought in Clinton HillBoreum Hill: The Jamaican restaurant Brawta has been shut down by the Feds and branded for tax evasion with a neon sign. [Eater] Clinton Hill: Jelani Lounge’s preemie martini vindicated! The apple martini served in a mini-glass is named for the owner’s premature-born, now-strapping son. [Clinton Hill Blog] Cobble Hill: Stinky Bklyn cheese shop has expanded with a series of seminars that will begin in May. [NYDN] East Village: There’s a gay man trapped in the body of a fembot on Broadway near Houston who is supposed to make you want to drink vodka. [Copyranter] Upper East Side: This Friday and Saturday evenings Guastavino’s will host a “wine rave” that aims wine education at the young and single. Tickets are $65, but for $100, you get perks and a goody bag. [Grub Street] Upper West Side: Gael Greene dishes on her Life of Delicious Excess with excerpts from the recent memoir noon tomorrow at Makor. [NYM] West Village: Through May 6, En Japanese Brasserie will serve a cherry-blossom tasting menu. [NYT]
  22. User's Guide
    Reika Yo on Where (and What) to Eat During Japanese Restaurant WeekSharpen your chopsticks: Many of the city’s best Japanese eateries are offering prix fixe meals and signature dishes for Japanese Restaurant Week, which starts Sunday and runs through March 10. (Get the details here.) We asked Reika Yo, the owner of EN Japanese Brasserie, to give a primer, in her own words, for those who think Japanese cuisine begins and ends with sushi (and what’s sashimi again?) and provide picks to go along with it. (The excellent EN Japanese Brasserie, by the way, is an elevated version of an izayaka, where you find many small, rustic dishes.)