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  1. Celebrity Settings
    George Clooney Dines at Sessanta; Drake and Serena Williams Do Shots at LuckyThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Jennifer Lawrence Visits Nobu, Kate Upton Dines at LandmarcThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    The Hemsworths Party at Landmarc; Robin Wright Dines at Kappo MasaThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Chastain Dines at Antica Pesa; George Clooney and Bill Murray Sit DownThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Nick Jonas Drinks at Añejo Tequileria; Bill de Blasio Eats at the OdeonThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Where Taylor Swift Eats LunchThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Where Robert Pattinson PartiesThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  8. Celebrity Settings
    Jake Gyllenhaal Does Brunch at Landmarc; Oprah Dines at ABC CocinaThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  9. The Grub Street Diet
    Singer-Songwriter Somi Stays Fresh With Kale, Blueberries, and Callaloo“I spent a few hours working and drinking a pot of soy chai tea made with an actual blend of teas from my family’s village in Uganda!”
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Sarah Jessica Parker Eats Porchetta at Osteria Morini; Katie Holmes EnjoysThis week’s installment of Celebrity Settings.
  11. Leftovers
    MAD Comes to New York; Craig LaCourt at Hometown Bar-B-QuePlus, a pie cookbook cook-off, brunch at a steakhouse, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  12. Celebrity Settings
    Selena Gomez Eats Chicken Potpie at Serendipity 3; Michael Fassbender Drinks atPlus: Kate Upton gets hands-y at Hudson Clearwater, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  13. The Grub Street Diet
    Fred Mwangaguhunga Gets the Day’s First Coffee and Feasts on Birthday Cake“The guy knows me: He’s pulling the cart off his SUV when I show up.”
  14. Celebrity Settings
    Emma Roberts Fails at Cutting the Cronut Line; Beyoncé, Jay Z, and JustinPlus: Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis giggle at the Smith, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  15. Celebrity Settings
    Bieber Goes on a Club Crawl; Kate Upton Romances the Dancing With thePlus: the Clintons try a vegan tasting menu, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  16. Celebrity Settings
    Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis Snuggle at Joseph Leonard; the Mad MenPlus: Jay-Z at Carbone, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  17. Coming Soon
    Marc Murphy Opening Restaurant and Rooftop Bar at the Viceroy HotelThe Viceroy gets a bar with a view.
  18. Pie In The Sky
    Danny Meyer and Marc Murphy Among Potential WTC OperatorsRevenues of more than $100 million per year are to be expected.
  19. Neighborhood Watch
    Spice Market Spices Up Its Prix Fixe Lunch for Spring; BBC America CookingPlus: Taste of the Nation, ramps at Landmarc, and more neighborhood news.
  20. Neighborhood Watch
    Japanese Pop-up From an Annisa Chef; City Chicken Wants Your Help With CoopsPlus: a beer dinner at Landmarc, a lip-smackin’ Fourth of July barbecue menu in Times Square, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  21. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Roberto Santibañez Craves His Grandma’s Croquettas, Only Eats“Presentation doesn’t matter so much, because it’s so delicious. You could put that cake on the floor and I’d eat it.”
  22. Big Pimpin'
    Marc Murphy Snags $16.5 Million CondoThe restaurateur leaves Tribeca for Central Park West.
  23. Burger Bash
    Michael Symon and Marc Murphy on Their Bash-Winning BurgersThe chefs tell us how they won the cook-off.
  24. Cooking
    Thanksgiving Leftovers: What Would Chefs Do?We’ve got the full plan on what to do with those Thanksgiving leftovers — from the country’s best chefs.
  25. The New York Diet
    Chef Marc Murphy Enjoys the Days of Summer and Keeps His Kitchen Clean“I only drink Lipton tea and I don’t drink coffee. If you drink coffee you become an adult, and I don’t want to.”
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Bottomless Mimosas at 57 Napoli Pizza e Vino; Mud Truck Shut DownPlus: A blogger bake sale in Fort Greene, and South Brooklyn Pizza in the East Village, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Hardee’s and Little Louie’s Damaged in Fort Greene Fire; MissionPlus: L’Ecole adds spring menu items, and Graydon Carter & Co. to take over Fedora, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    A Cooking Class at ‘21’ Club; Teany Reopening on the Lower East SidePlus: A vodka taste test tonight in the Financial District, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  29. Health Concerns
    Marc Murphy Is Still Not Happy About This Whole Letter-Grade ThingThe Landmarc restaurateur still finds the Department of Health ruling very “frustrating.”
  30. Neighborhood Watch
    A Phallic Festival at Matsuri; Breuckelen Grows a GardenPlus: A midnight fête at Landmarc, and Doma hires a new chef, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  31. Health Concerns
    Marc Murphy on Sick Leave, DOH Letter Grades: ‘We’re All Going to BeThe Landmarc restaurateur speaks out.
  32. Health Concerns
    Restaurant Owners Declare DOH Grades a FailMarc Murphy sounds the alarm bells over the Health Department’s latest move.
  33. Health Concerns
    Aunt Suzie’s Owner Spoke Against Sick Leave Before Being Busted for Wage-DodgingThe owner of one of 25 Park Slope restaurants busted for underpaying employees is also against a mandatory sick-leave bill.
  34. Health Concerns
    Restaurant Owners Are Quietly Freaking Out Over Health-Care ReformRestaurateurs are about to get thwacked on the federal and local levels.
  35. Celebrity Settings
    Apple Loves SweetiepieGwyneth Paltrow’s favorite kid-friendly restaurants.
  36. Foodievents
    Happy Birthday, LandmarcIt’s Landmarc’s fifth anniversary, and you’re invited.
  37. Recession Is Your Friend
    Bargain Gift CardsCraigslist isn’t the only place where you can find discounted gift certificates.
  38. Fun With Numbers
    Google Insight Blows Our Mind, Shows Shift From the Buddakans to the MomofukusA look at the most popular restaurant searches of the past four years.
  39. CB Report
    CB1 Approves the Future of Chain Steakhouses and Brazilian GrillsCapital Grille and Mr. Skewer & Co. get liquor licenses, and expect a new sidewalk café at Landmarc.
  40. NewsFeed
    Marc Murphy Is Blissfully Ignorant About the Food NetworkRachael who?
  41. Foodievents
    New Taste of the UWS Reminds Us to Eat UptownUpper West Siders are dismayed to learn of delayed openings for Kefi 2.0 and Shake Shack!
  42. The New York Diet
    Writer-Actor Lin-Manuel Miranda Tells Where to Go In the HeightsThe writer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda didn’t actually grow up in Washington Heights, the milieu of his Broadway smash, In the Heights. But that means his favorite neighborhood hangs range beyond just upper Manhattan.
  43. Mediavore
    A Dovetail Spy Scandal; Gordo Ruins New Jersey Valentine’s DayA Food & Wine contributing editor has been working as a hostess at Dovetail, the new three-star restaurant, for the past two months. Part of her arrangement with chef John Fraser? To spot food writers and alert the kitchen, but apparently she was no help in pointing out Frank Bruni. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Shake Shack and Burger Joint will face off tonight at the South Beach Food & Wine Festival for the title of champion in the “Burger Bash.” [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Landmarc at the Time Warner Center is throwing an Oscar party of sorts this Sunday, featuring a five-course tasting menu and two flat-screen TVs in the dining room. [Zagat]
  44. Neighborhood Watch
    Find French Onion Soup in Manhattan; A Co-op for Fort Greene?Bay Ridge: A VFW post has been fined by the Department of Health because its ice machine constituted a need for “food protection certification.” [The Brooklyn Paper] Cobble Hill: Now that the deli and the TV repair shop are gone, we can dream of the G&D Television Wine Bar. [Gowanus Lounge] Forest Hills: A new development threatens restaurant culture, as for-rent signs specify “NO FOOD.” The horror! [Queens Central] Fort Greene: Plans are afoot for a food co-op. Does anything else scream gentrification louder? [The Brooklyn Paper] Manhattan: Look for delicious French onion soup at Pastis, Landmarc, and Rue 57, among others. [
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Improve Your Looks with Pork in the West Village; Five Guys Wreaking Havoc inClinton Hill: Chinantla deli on Myrtle Avenue is dingy as all hell but makes tacos “that may bridge the gap between ‘real’ and … American-style.” [Eat for Victory/VV] Dumbo: Two ICE graduates just launched a neighborhood dinner-delivery service called Nylon Cooks. [Dumbo NYC] Lower East Side: Owners of ápizz and the Orchard John LaFemina and Xeras are “on the prowl for [their] next project.” [Eater] Midtown West: Newly inaugurated Five Guys Burgers and Fries on West 55th Street has lunch crowds waiting up to an hour and a half for their orders. [Eater] Tribeca: Marc Murphy supplied this very straightforward carbonara recipe, which he considers a signature dish at Landmarc. [Restaurant Girl] West Village: The Japanese restaurant that promises better skin and hair through its pork dishes, Hakata Tonton has opened at 61 Grove Street. [Gothamist]
  46. The Other Critics
    Landmarc Steals More Stars; Mercat Earns First KudosFrank Bruni inexplicably grants a star to a restaurant with zero ambience, overdone pastas, “tame entrées,” and a “loud” room that’s “dreary at night.” Which is what Adam Platt and everybody else said about Landmarc TWC, though without granting a star for the accomplishment. [NYT] Related: Off the Mark [NYM] Landmarc somehow coaxed three of six stars out of Randall Lane, despite comparable comments on uneven food and a room filled with rebars. The wine list seems to have been the saving grace. [TONY] Mobbed Mercat gets the Paul Adams seal of approval, its first major positive review, which compares it favorably to Boqueria and praises it for special authenticity. Only the desserts are denied praise, and at that point in the review, it hardly matters. [NYS]
  47. The Other Critics
    Insieme Lauded (Except for Lasagne); Landmarc Squeaks ByThe Times finds Provence beautiful, romantic, and well-intentioned, but barely worthy of a single star. A major disappointment for the Marc Meyer/Vicki Freeman team, who had been on a roll with Five Points and Cookshop. [NYT] In the Post, Steve Cuozzo — judiciously taking the long-term view as usual — makes the case that Amalia, FR.OG, and Insieme, “the best new Italian restaurant since L’Impero,” have overcome weak starts to become some of the city’s strongest places. [NYP] Paul Adams gives yet another admiring review to Insieme, though he found the much-praised lasagne underflavored and disappointing. His favorite dish: a chamomile farfalle. [NYS]
  48. The Other Critics
    Gramercy Keeps Its Third Star; Randall Lane Trips But Likes Insieme AnywayFrank Bruni joins Adam Platt in giving Gramercy Tavern three stars, validating the efforts of new chef Michael Anthony and the usual Danny Meyer service level. [NYT] Related: Gramercy Rehab [NYM] Time Out’s Randall Lane likes Insieme a lot, to the tune of four (out of six) stars. Though he praises the food as most reviewers have, he also agrees with them that although it was beautifully executed, it didn’t make him swoon. Also, he tripped on the step coming in. [TONY] The Sun’s Paul Adams comes down on Landmarc, “less a dining destination and more a hearty refueling station for ravenous shoppers and tourists.” But it’s affordable and competent, and what else do you want in a mall restaurant? [NYS] Related: Will Landmarc’s Downtown Cool Play Alongside Its Ritzy New Neighbors? [Grub Street]
  49. The Other Critics
    Richman Lambastes Landmarc; Has Sietsema Lost His Mind?Robert Sietsema reviews what might be the most un-Sietsema-like place imaginable, a twee Williamsburg bistro called Juliette. “The snails in anise butter are fab, and so is the whole steamed artichoke flaunting a festive champagne vinaigrette.” Okay, call the FBI. The real Robert Sietsema has obviously been kidnapped. [VV] “Think too much and you’ll find the place hard to like”: Alan Richman sees the new Landmarc for what it is – a stark, expensive, underachieving restaurant with few niceties of service or cooking – but still manages to find something nice to say about the steaks. [Bloomberg] Related: Will Landmarc’s Downtown Cool Play Alongside Its Ritzy New Neighbors? [Grub Street] Frank Bruni had a high old time at Resto, so much so that he gave the place a shocking two stars. Expect all future reviews to react to this hyperbole by taking pains to note the place’s shortcomings.[NYT] Related: Brussels Sprout [NYM]
  50. In the Magazine
    New York’s Restaurant Jungle Grows a Little Lusher When spring comes, branches and leaves appear in the most unexpected places. This week’s food coverage is like that: There are no huge openings, analogous to maples or firs springing up overnight, but rather a rich carpet of new sprouts and saplings. Rob and Robin glory in the pig-out that is Resto, the new Belgian restaurant on Park Avenue South; Gael Greene stops in to enjoy the immense, spanking-new Landmarc in the Time Warner Center; David Chang knows just what to do with the long-awaited, precious ramps in In Season; and other unexpected treats, from a waterside barbecue in one of the Short Lists to a slew of spring Openings fill out the foliage.
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