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Jojo

  1. restaurant review
    Jean-Georges Updates the Menu and the Mood at the Once-Radical JoJoUnlike back in 1991, when the restaurant first opened, the great chef isn’t out to shock the world here.
  2. reopenings
    JoJo, One of New York’s Most Important Restaurants, Is Open AgainJean-Georges Vongerichten has reopened his very first restaurant after more than a year of renovations.
  3. Personalities
    These Are a Few of JGV’s Favorite ThingsJean-Georges Vongerichten wears a Power Balance bracelet?
  4. Protests
    Commerce Is Latest to Get Pâté Police’s Message Rammed Down ItsA protest is planned for this evening.
  5. Lawsuits
    Ex-Jojo Cook Files Sexual-Harassment SuitOne cook accuses another of texting her “a picture of his manhood.”
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Pop’s Gets Less Dive-y, Oakland Gets a Specialty Pop-Up Market, and MoreOakland gets a pop-up general store, Soizic closes, Cyrus is serving weekend lunch, and more.
  7. Foodievents
    Michelin Man Will Face Meyer, Vongerichten TomorrowWill he apologize for docking Vongo a star?
  8. Recession Is Your Friend
    Jean-Georges’s ‘Gift to You This Season’: $24 Lunches and $35The chef is offering prix fixe specials at all of his restaurants.
  9. NewsFeed
    Opinionated About Dining Unleashes ‘Most Overrated’ ListThe most overrated restaurant in New York? According to one survey, it’s One if by Land.
  10. The In-box
    What Do You Mean? We Love the Upper East Side! Dear Grub Street, The Upper West Side is teeming with activity, as is every other area of Manhattan, but I very rarely see anything on the Upper East Side. What have you got against the several hundred thousand people who live there and their restaurants and chefs? — A reader with a valid gripe.
  11. What to Eat Tonight
    Appearing Tonight: Soft-shell Crabs at Anthos and Lamb Trio at Café Boulud Every Thursday we’ll tell you what specials some of the city’s best restaurants have planned for that night. This week: Spring vegetables, the first fish of the warm seasons, and a few delicious holdovers from the cold winter months. Anthos: Pan-fried soft-shell crabs, breaded in water chestnut flour, served over a smoked egg vinaigrette with lovage, white asparagus, spring green almonds, and pickled pearl red onions. 36 W. 52nd St., nr. Fifth Ave.; 212-582-6900. Café Boulud: Lamb trio: braised lamb neck, roasted and confited lamb loin, and lamb kefta (spiced ground-lamb turnover), garnished with red lentils, carrots, and almond-stuffed prunes. 20 E. 76th St., nr. Madison Ave..; 212-772-2600. Gramercy Tavern: Suckling-pig porchetta, stuffed with house-made fennel sausage and Swiss chard, and served on a bed of rutabaga purée with grilled Swiss-chard leaves and braised Swiss-chard stems. 42 E. 20th St., nr. Park Ave. S.; 212-477-0777. JoJo: Grilled organic pork chop, marinated with Chinese cumin and honey, and served with wild ramps and fava beans. 160 E. 64th St., nr. Lexington Ave..; 212-223-5656. Blue Smoke: Barbecued organic turkey with apple sausage stuffing and bacon-braised collard greens. 116 E. 27th St., nr. Park Ave.; 212-447-7733.
  12. Back of the House
    Jean-Georges Vongerichten on His Gift for DelegationNo chef in New York restaurant history has been more successful, or more influential, than Jean-Georges Vongerichten. As he begins his third decade of cooking and running restaurants in New York, we sat down to ask him some questions about the scene: how it’s changed and where it’s going.
  13. User's Guide
    A Restaurant Week Guide to the Forgotten and UnderappreciatedThe Restaurant Week participants we’re about to endorse aren’t obscure, strictly speaking. You just wouldn’t find their names in the same sentence as the word “buzz” – not, at least, since the Clinton years. But they’re all more than worth the $24.07 you’ll pay for lunch ($35 for dinner) starting on Monday, and you might even beat the crowds.