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Gyu Kaku

  1. Mediavore
    Grocery Workers Reject Proposed Health Benefits; Spices May Fight Fatty FoodsA strike is looming for Southern California’s major grocery chains.
  2. The Other Critics
    Tamarkin Addicted to Pasta at The Florentine; Sula Gets Nickel-And Dimed atAnother good review for the Florentine, while Gyu-Kaku gets a talking to.
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at Gyu-Kaku, Now Open in the Gold CoastA new Japanese bar opens in the Gold Coast.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Justin Long Pretends To Be Katsuya’s Lensman; Adam Sandler Pedals His Kids toThe young actor has a gimmick involving local raw fish restaurants while the former SNL Funnyman works for his lunch.
  5. Mediavore
    Pepsi Plays Friendly With Coke Again; Fresh Water Could Be A Culprit in OysterAn old soda ad comes back while The Gulf oil spill might not have been as devastating to Louisiana oysters as the solution.
  6. The New York Diet
    Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio Prefers Her Eggs in Benedict Form“I had a popcorn and a little Coca-Cola. I don’t really drink sodas, but when I have popcorn or pizza I need a little. It’s the perfect combination.”
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Bobby Flay a Fan of Chipotle (the Restaurant, Not Just the Sauce)?Earlier today, we pointed to our fashion blog’s outrage that Orlando Bloom was seen with Victoria’s Secret model Miranda Kerr at Max Brenner, of all places. However, our combing of this week’s celebrity sightings reveals it may have been a momentary lapse, since Bloom was also spotted at the much more respectable Bobo. Phew. But what’s this — Bobby Flay filming outside of Chipotle? Is he a spokesman now? Who knows — if Rachael Ray can endorse Dunkin’ Donuts…
  8. In the Magazine
    What Shall We Eat Now That It’s Cold?The rib-sticking cuisine of central Europe, with its spaetzles and schnitzels, comes into its own, of course, when the cold weather arrives. This week, Rob and Robin suggest five restaurants that will sustain you over the winter. About Trestle on Tenth, they write: “Start with the pork-shoulder crepinettes, and proceed directly to the roast lamb saddle with bacon sauce.” Done and done! R&R also round up four new restaurants on East 50th Street that are giving midtown some much-needed “multicultural flair”: Dos Caminos Third, Gyu-Kaku, I-Chin, and Tunisia Restaurant. Schlag Is Optional [NYM] Eats 50th [NYM]
  9. Openings
    ‘Izakaya’ Boom Hits Chelsea; Japanese Chains Plant Flags Uptown If you still don’t know what an izakaya is (or haven’t lately been to St. Marks Place, where most of them are clustered), enlighten yourself at Izakaya Ten, the latest iteration of the space that was the French-Korean D’or Ahn, and then, for a nanosecond, the sushi restaurant Anzu. Owner Lannie Ahn has hired a veteran of Morimoto and Nobu to supplement the raw fish with a selection of small plates of the home-style Japanese fare one finds in a sake bar or pub — not your basic mozzarella sticks or buffalo wings but more exotic tidbits like natto omelettes, ginger pork belly, pan-seared rice balls, and the ever-popular chicken-meatball skewer.