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Holiday Dining

  1. Mimi Chef Liz Johnson Shows Us How to Make Salt-Baked Venison for 18With a side of pig’s blood.
  2. Dinner Parties
    Del Posto Dinner for 12 in a Studio ApartmentA mattress ended up in the hallway.
  3. Parties
    How Black Seed’s Matt Kliegman and Noah Bernamoff Throw a Bagel Brunch inFeaturing soft-scrambled eggs with butter, cream, and fish roe, the Smile’s granola, beet-cured lox, and, of course, lots of Montreal-meets-New York-style bagels
  4. Grub Guides
    The Season’s 10 Best Non-ChampagnesAlt-bubblies that will up your party game.
  5. Holiday Dining
    How Jean-Georges Vongerichten Cooks a Swanky Vegetarian FeastPrepared in honor of his upcoming raw, veggie-centric restaurant, ABC V.
  6. Holiday Dining
    Shop Like a Chef: Pros Share Their Favorite Food Stores Even the experts pay retail sometimes.
  7. Mediavore
    Psilakis Moving Kefi to Better Space; Chodorow Moving Wild Salmon to a BetterMichael Psilakis is moving Kefi into a bigger and better space not far from its current location. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Jeffrey Chodorow’s plagued seafood endeavor Wild Salmon is rumored to close before the New Year. [Eater] A list of restaurants for Christmas Eve and day dining includes traditional picks like the Café at Country and Allen & Delancey, and more unique options like a Scandinavian Christmas Eve feast at Aquavit and dim sum from Chinatown Brasserie. [Restaurant Girl]
  8. Mediavore
    Theater-District Restaurants Saved; Bobby Van, Tragic Steak Man, DiesWith the Broadway strike officially settled, area restaurants breathe a collective sigh of relief. [NYT] Related: Theater Strike Could Drop Curtain on Midtown Restaurants Bobby Van, “who had unhealthy appetite for booze and cocaine” and was forced out of his own steakhouse business years ago, died on Tuesday as an obscure taxi driver out in Long Island. [NYP] After a few paparazzi sneaked into Socialista to confront Penélope Cruz & Co., Armin Amiri confiscated their memory cards and returned them to the sultry star. [NYP]
  9. Mediavore
    Theater-District Restaurants May Lay Off Workers; Where the Chefs GoAfter three weeks of declining customers, theater-district restaurants fear layoffs. [NYP] Related: Theater Strike Could Drop Curtain on Midtown Restaurants Chefs including Tom Colicchio, Nicole Kaplan, and Marco Canora reveal where they really eat in the city (think Wing Wong and Bellavitae). [Diner’s Journal/NYT] From the in-laws to the office party, a list of restaurants to turn to for every holiday scenario.[Strong Buzz]