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  1. Celebrity Settings
    Selena Gomez Eats at Zuma; Alex Rodriguez Opts for Lure FishbarThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Robert Downey Jr. Eats Lunch at ABC Kitchen; Bruno Mars Dines at EscaThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Mick Jagger Eats at Ristorante Morini; Kevin Hart Hangs Out at Tao UptownThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Anne Hathaway Dines at Omar’s; A-Rod Stops by Serafina AlwaysThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Taylor Swift Eats Bread at Butter; Hugh Jackman Orders a Massive Breakfast atThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  6. Leftovers
    Cinco de Mayo at Empellón Taqueria; Parlor Coffee’s New Navy Yard RoasteryPlus: happy hour at the Marrow, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  7. Leftovers
    JFK’s Second Shake Shack; Lure Fishbar Pop-up at B&B WinepubPlus: $15 pasta at Red Gravy, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  8. Celebrity Settings
    Hugh Jackman Dines at the Elm; Kristen Bell Parties at Stone Rose LoungePlus: Jennifer Aniston at Fred’s, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Katie Holmes Eats Fake Cronuts; Huma Abedin Lunches With Tina Brown at LurePlus: Sofia Coppola drank at Buvette, and more, straight ahead.
  10. Staying Put
    Lure Fishbar Staying PutThe popular seafood spot remains anchored in Soho.
  11. 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.
  12. Grub Guides
    Spring Luxury: 20 Spots Serving Outstanding Morel Mushroom DishesMarietta, Colonie, and ABC Cocina are all serving the wild, seasonal ‘shroom.
  13. Celebrity Settings
    Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Brunch at Buttermilk Channel; Jake Gyllenhaal Hits FrankiesPlus: Hugh Jackman at Kittichai, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  14. Celebrity Settings
    Rihanna Celebrates St. Patrick’s Day at Lexicon; Gerard Butler Drinks SodaPlus: Jennifer Garner at ABC Kitchen, and more, in this week’s celebrity roundup.
  15. Celebrity Settings
    Zac Efron Dines With Friends at Mission Chinese; Gwyneth Paltrow Eats Tacos inPlus: Lindsay Lohan eats pizza at Rubirosa, Erin Heatherton moves on from Leo at Lure Fishbar, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  16. Grub Guide
    On Ice: New York’s Sixteen Most Impressive Seafood PlattersTop-notch fruits de mer have become New York menu staples. Here are the best.
  17. Chef Cleanse
    Chef Cleanse: Josh Capon’s Delirious, Emotional AwakeningAnd constipation.
  18. The Grub Street Diet
    Sloane Crosley Ingests Many Oysters, Drinks Unknown Quantities of Maker’s“I dream about their blistered peppers. One out of every seven of those things will burn your face off and it’s impossible to identify the culprit until it’s too late.”
  19. Neighborhood Watch
    Buddakan Headlines Finger on the Pulse Barbecue; Learn How to Forage Food FromPlus: an oyster tasting in Soho, a celebration of American cheeses in Brooklyn, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  20. Openings
    Lure’s New Winepub, Burger & Barrel, Fully Opened for Lunch, Brunch, andA look at the space, the menu, and the sandwich specials.
  21. The Grub Street Diet
    Alton Brown Makes His Own Avocado Ice Cream, Does Shots With John Hodgman“He whipped out a bottle of whiskey, I whipped out a bottle of whiskey. He whipped out some glasses, I whipped out some glasses. We sent an audience member to get ice.”
  22. TV Land
    Josh Capon Is Lured Into Reality TVThe Lure chef will save a Montclair bar on ‘On the Rocks.’
  23. Empire Building
    John McDonald Eyeing Centovino SpaceHe plans a burger-and-wine restaurant, we hear.
  24. Home Cooking
    Video: GAME DAY With Lure’s Josh CaponWhy Josh Capon has a “no wives” rule at his Super Bowl parties.
  25. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Dressler, Bar Henry; Apiary Mostly BookedIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Modern American.
  26. Celebrity Settings
    Newly Single Sarandon Drinks Tequila; Simpson Sisters Dine TogetherPlus: Ryan Seacrest buys Champagne, Kiefer Sutherland and Jon Bon Jovi rock out at Lure Fishbar.
  27. Celebrity Settings
    Jay-Z and A-Rod Lunch at Nello; Tom Brokaw Dines at Grand Central Oyster BarPlus: Uma Thurman and Amy Sacco at Hotel Griffou, Drew Nieporent dines with D.A. Robert Morgenthau at Nobu, and more, in our weekly roundup of bold-faced meals.
  28. Celebrity Settings
    Katie Couric Tastes Tao; Taylor Momsen Eats Noodles on St. MarksYour weekly guide to where the pretty people have been eating.
  29. Slideshow
    First Look at Bill’s Bar and Burger, Serving ‘the Best Hamburger inA first look at the space, the menu, and a burger that’s already receiving accolades from critics and chefs.
  30. What to Eat
    NYCWFF Leftovers Hit Menus at Lure and Salumeria RosiPlus, the best burger in New York?
  31. New York Wine and Food Festival
    Prime Beef: Scenes From the Burger BashA look at the burgers from Friday night’s competition in Brooklyn, featuring Michael Psilakis, Rachael Ray, and Katie Lee.
  32. Openings
    Serge Becker and Team Lure Will Revamp Chinatown BrasserieA new restaurant is expected to open.
  33. Celebrity Settings
    Amber Rose Tries the Cosi Lobster-Salad Sandwich; Debra Messing Does DojoOur weekly roundup of the glitterati’s eating habits.
  34. Mediavore
    Madoff Loved Lure; Brooklyn’s Burger Kings Are ThreatenedPlus: whiskey sales on the rise, and a cloudy future for restaurant stocks, all in our morning news roundup.
  35. Celebrity Settings
    Dennis Haskins ‘Subdued’ Over Drinks; Katie Couric Eats ItalianSee which sparkly people were seen wining and dining in our weekly roundup.
  36. Temporary Closings
    Lever House Takes Time Off for Self-ImprovementAnd the Sunburnt Cow is taking a few days off, too.
  37. Recession Is Your Friend
    Bargain Gift CardsCraigslist isn’t the only place where you can find discounted gift certificates.
  38. NewsFeed
    ‘City’ Magazine Caters to Foodies in New Taste IssueFood porn at its glossiest!
  39. User's Guide
    Premium Proteins of New YorkWhere seven of New York’s best kitchens get their fish, meat, and poultry.
  40. Foodievents
    Summer Restaurant Week Brings Back a Chance to Steal a MealYou can eat cheap for one week. But choose wisely.
  41. NewsFeed
    Wireless Restaurateurs Ponder Laptop EtiquetteYesterday Gawker lamented, “How sad and kind of pathetic is it that coffee shops and even bars have been taken over by computers and their zombie-eyed owners?” This got us wondering about the extent to which Wi-Fi–equipped restaurants welcome laptop users, so we rang up a few of them.
  42. Celebrity Settings
    Tom and Gisele Lock Lips at Nobu, ‘Full House’ Cast and the B-52sEarlier this week we linked to a Daily News item claiming Padma Lakshmi rudely refused complimentary dishes from Fiamma’s chef. A commenter wrote, “I was at Fiamma the night Padma was dining there and it absolutely did NOT go down that way. When the dishes arrived at the table, she thanked them profusely and apologized for being too full to eat any of them!” Whatever happened, Padma was just one of many celebs to chow down (or at least show up) at local restaurants this week, and here’s our gossip-column compendium of just who went where.
  43. The Annotated Dish
    Lure Fishbar’s Scallop Appetizer Makes the End of Summer EdibleLure Fishbar is rarely on anyone’s list of the city’s top seafood restaurants, and we always wondered why not. Chef Josh Capon’s end-of-summer appetizer of scallops and slab bacon just reinforces Lure’s strengths. “Even at the worst catering event in the world, scallops and bacon are good. To me they’re just good eating,” the salty chef says. “Our version is nothing too froufrou. But it’s a good plate, with a little bit of everything, and you should try to see if you can get it all in one bite.” Done and done. As always, mouse over the different elements to see them described in the chef’s own words.
  44. What to Eat Tonight
    Copper River Salmon and Spring Vegetables Come Together, Briefly, at Lure Alaska’s Copper River is home to some of the most prized wild salmon, but they only come our way for a few brief weeks. The one being served (for $32) tonight at Lure Fishbar couldn’t be more basic. Chef Josh Capon grills the fish very simply, and then plates it with plump, earthy morels, crispy peas, and asparagus. “Copper River salmon is truly the king of all salmon,” says Capon. “They are the oldest wild-salmon species caught today. And due to their long swim upriver, they have a very high fat content, because they store a lot of fat to make the trip. It has a much sweeter flesh that almost melts when it cooked.” Which is one reason Capon barely cooks it, getting out of the way as much as possible so as to let its extraordinary flavor come through.
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    A Voce’s Alfresco Slurpees Come to FlatironBrooklyn Heights: Mike’s Knife Sharpener, operating out of a truck, is back, spotted on Willow Street. [Brooklyn Heights Blog] Dumbo: South Beach Wine & Food Festival may be re-created in this hood by next year, with help from the Food Network and Food & Wine. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: Gnocco’s fine Roman-style pizza will now be available by the slice from noon to 4 p.m. [Grub Street] And the Italian restaurant Gemma, coming to the Bowery Hotel, looks to be on its way to an opening. [Down by the Hipster] Le Souk loses its liquor license, albeit temporarily. [Eater] Financial District: Gold St. debuts a menu of original cocktails including herbaceous recipes like a Lavender Martini and the Rosemary Cream. [Grub Street] Flatiron: A Voce to debut its new alfresco section, where you can repose in the sun and drink alcoholic Italian slurpees, among other things. [The Strong Buzz] Fort Greene: A new batch of local Devil’s Doodad organic hot sauce is now available at the farmer’s market. [Clinton Hill Blog] Harlem: Citarella’s 125th Street branch now accepting food stamps. [NYM] Tickets now available for A Taste of Harlem held at City College’s Great Hall on Wednesday, May 16. [Uptown Flavor] Park Slope: Unnamed market selling $22 chickens. [Dope on the Slope] Soho: To celebrate the arrival of new chef Wen Chen, Lucky Strike is offering a bizarre lottery that incorporates a Champagne bucket filled with table numbers, praying, and free meals for your entire party. [Gawker] Lure Fishbar will open for lunch and brunch starting Mother’s Day weekend. [Grub Street]
  46. The New York Diet
    Actor Josh Hamilton Plays a Clam Digger, Doesn’t Eat Shellfish Josh Hamilton has appeared in everything from indie classics such as Noah Baumbach’s Kicking and Screaming to studio flicks such as The Bourne Supremacy to TV shows such as Sex and the City. In Diggers, out today, he plays a Long Island clam harvester. Ironically, Hamilton wasn’t eating any shellfish at the premiere party, since he’s a “don’t-ask-don’t-tell vegetarian”: “I’m sure I eat chicken stock sometimes,” he says, “because I just don’t bother to ask. I know that must sound wildly hedonistic.” As it turns out, Hamilton’s latest week of eating was rather indulgent — even as he was performing in Tom Stoppard’s Coast of Utopia, he somehow found time to hit more restaurants than most of us do in a month.