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  1. Neighborhood Watch
    Bauer Deems Paragon Two Stars, Boxing Room Website Goes Live, and More
  2. Mediavore
    Marcel’s New Show Called ‘Rather Fun’; Dead Frog Found In
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    Jane Set to Debut in Pac Heights, Harvest & Rowe Gets a Yelp Beat-Down, and More
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    That Jewelry Store/Wine Bar Is Open, Hudson Opens In Oakland, and MoreAlso, Monk’s Kettle has a new menu.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    The Habitat Hosts a Wing Eating Contest; Jane’s Fried Chicken SpecialPlus: Pianos displays its new menu-clad façade, and Spice Fusion temporarily closes for renovations, all in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Justin Bieber Flees to the Eldridge; Matt Damon Tips Big at Stanton SocialAnd more, in our complete roundup of celebrity dining.
  7. The Other Critics
    The Smith vs. Smith’s: Bruni Anoints a Winner?Bruni has finally had a chance to drop into both restaurants, and the results might surprise you.
  8. NewsFeed
    No Red Hook Vendors This Weekend, But Still Plenty to EatMaybe the weekend of the 12th?
  9. User's Guide
    A Guide to Recognizing Your Restaurants: Smith’s v. The Smith Ever since Smith’s opened in Greenwich Village late last year and The Smith opened in the East Village soon thereafter, foodies have been a little confused. Both spots have achieved some popularity, which makes this a far more befuddling case than the one of B. Smith versus Smith’s in Hell’s Kitchen. To help you tell one from the other (we’re aware the above photos don’t do that), we’ve broken it down in a handy chart.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Jennifer Garner Likes the Food at Fiamma More than Padma Did The week’s most exciting celebrity sighting was that of beer-sippin’ McLovin at Diner. No other celebs were busted getting their underage drink on, but there were other surprises: Rachael Ray rolled into the Orchard with a posse bigger than Diddy’s, and Jennifer Garner liked the food at Fiamma so much she slipped into the kitchen to beg Fabio Trabocchi for recipes. We figure that makes up for supposedly getting dissed by Padma Lakshmi a couple weeks ago. (And yes, there a Padma sighting this week, too…)
  11. Back of the House
    Eating Out With Tim Zagat; the Littlest FeinschmeckersWhat’s it like to eat dinner with Tim Zagat? Something akin to eating with royalty. [Slate] As Texas and New Haven fight it out for the title of who invented the hamburger, Grub Street’s editor weighs in. [LAT] How did eating and diet get so complicated? Michael Pollan, author of The Omnivore’s Dilemma, and one of the guys who helped make it so complicated, sorts it all out. [NYT]