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  1. Celebrity Settings
    Elizabeth Olsen Visits Pastis; Sly and Arnold Rip Through a Magnum of Cabernet aPlus: The last action heroes eat crab cakes, Tao Downtown continues to draw them in, and more, in this week’s roundup.
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    Paul and Ringo Couple Up at Cecconi’s; Miley Cyrus Gets Blunted at GreystoneThe two living Beatles took their wives to the West Hollywood Italian restaurant.
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    Kim Kardashian Arrives at In-N-Out Burger; Elton John Celebrates Birthday atMs. Kanye West was eating burgers for two when she landed back in L.A.
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    Al Pacino Visits Madeo; Chelsea Handler Meets Hinoki and The BirdMeanwhile, Candy Spelling was suing the property that houses David Myers’ stylish new restaurant.
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    Richard Dreyfus Chowed Down at R2L; Miley Cyrus Carded at Woody’sAnthony Bourdain wasn’t the only star shining on Philly this week.
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    Taylor Swift Serves Cold Shoulder to John Mayer at Tower Bar; Clooney’s SpagoThe country singer demanded she be moved when her old flame came into the room.
  7. Slideshow
    Stiffed: Eleven Celebrities Who Are Terrible TippersSome of these celebrity cheapskates offer no gratuity at all.
  8. Weighty Issues
    Miley Cyrus: ‘Gluten Is Crapppp’The Climb … away from carbs.
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    The Foo Fighters Join Paul McCartney, Johhny Depp, and The Boss at Fig & Olive;The Grammy’s certainly sucked, but the star-packed after-party on Melrose sounds like awesome stuff.
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    Taylor Lautner Dates Diana Agron at Gjelina; Suge Knight Sups at FreshEastIs their love potentially our worst nightmare?
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    Gordon Ramsay Dines with The Beckhams at Sushi Roku; Justin Bieber Hits SushiThe pint size pop-star has dinner with his bodyguard.
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    Ryan Reynolds Eats with Scarlett Johannson at Little Dom’s; Weston Cage ThrowsNicolas Cage’s son turns out to be kind of a bad-ass, but only after we ridiculed him of course.
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    Larry King Meets Gene Simmons at CPK; Paris Hilton Grubs With The Pirates of theWe probably don’t want to know what these two legendary pervs have in common besides a shared passion for sesame ginger chicken dumplings.
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    Justin Timberlake Is Bringing Mexi Back at Casa Vega; Halle Berry Brunches atLots of pop-stars dining in L.A. this week. Could they be clues to Coachella’s secret sets?
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    Brad Pitt Hits Akasha; Christina Aguilera Switches ItaliansNo wonder Brad’s glowing like he just stepped out of the rain and into Geena Davis’ bed all over again.
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    Stevie Wonder Finds a Place in the Sun at Gladstone’s; Katherine Heigl EatsAnd in other not-so-surprising news, underage Miley Cyrus appears to have gotten plastered again.
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    Katie Holmes Takes Suri to Serendipity 3; James Franco Meets a Buddy atPlus: Michael Douglas gets food to go at Fishtail, Rachel Maddow meets a friend at OTTO, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
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    Sean Penn and Scarlett Johansson Canoodle at Chateau; Dave Chappelle Grubs atIf celebrities were really looking for a low-profile, they’d avoid the Hollywood hot-spot and eat at Norm’s.
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    Blake Lively Wears White to La Grenouille; Snooki Wears Black to TeqaPlus: Miley Cyrus takes her sister to Tao, Susan Sarandon avoids Judah Friedlander at Indochine, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
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    Jimmy Cliff Eats at SLS Hotel; Fred Savage Enjoys Mahon at Pal CabronGrammy’s week brought Justin TImberlake, Cee-Lo Green, and Miranda Lambert out to eat in L.A.
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    Russell Brand Hangs At Little Dom’s; Pat Sajak Wheels Deals for Hoagie and WingsThe stars get in some local eating before their respective Thanksgiving feats.
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    David Arquette Rages at The Colony in Hollywood; Halle Berry Munches atThe actor gets a little loose on the dance floor and winds up in a compromising position.
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    Snoop Dogg and Mike Epps Prank a Local Thai Restaurant; Zach Galifianakis WashedThe trio of stoned funnymen pulls some dirty tricks on L.A. restaurants.
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    Andy Dick Whips It Out At Cafe Audrey; Audrina Partridge’s Mom Acts Almost AsWe tried to warn you about exposing your food to the crazy comic, but some poor patrons of Audrey’s just wouldn’t listen.
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    Where Will President Obama Eat Today?Will The U.S. President go to Red O out of loyalty or do the right thing and stay Downtown for Rivera?
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    Britney Spears, Jessica Alba, Rachel Bilson, and Nick Jonas Take Coffee BreaksForget Red O. L.A. has an even better depot for celeb-spotting.
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    Warning: We May Have The Situation On Our HandsThe Jersey Shore star announces his plans to ditch the East Coast after partying at the city’s current celebrity supper club.
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    Miley Cyrus Hits Valet’s Car and Runs; Sandra Bullock Spotted at Red OThe young pop singer might have dodged criminal charges by bailing the scene.
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    Kara Kilmer Cooks at LudoBites; Andy Dick Gets Loaded (Yet Again) at Bar MarmontWhile the comedian stumbles around Hollywood, a starlet puts in some time on the line at Ludo Lefebvre’s pop-up.
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    Conan O’Brien Lunches at Little Dom’s; Miley Cyrus Hooked on SushiIs the young pop star headed for a Jeremy Piven-style health scare?
  31. Neighborhood Watch
    Megan Fox Dresses Down to Chow Down at Poquito Mas; Tom and Katie Hit SoHo HouseIn a week of little drama, we sort of miss Lindsay Lohan.
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    Miley Brings Bieber Out for Sushi Date; Lohan and Lavigne Fight at MarmontL.A. is used to seeing old dudes with young ladies and cougars out for fresh meat, but we don’t know what to call this.
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    Charlize Cuddles with Keanu at Bouchon; Suri Cruise Makes It Rain at Le PainTwo newly single stars get snapped being intimate while a future star throws some dough around a bakery.
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    Corey Haim Honored at Marina del Rey Restaurant; Bobby Flay Parties at MexicoEighties actors gather to pay respects and T.V.’s ubiquitous toque enjoys some off-time.
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    Jesse James Rally Planned at Cisco Burger; Barton Barfs at Chateau MarmontBreakfast and motorcycles will feature heavily.
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    Dennis Hopper Comes to Life at Joe’s; Ago Meets The FockersGrammy after-parties and birthdays dominated celeb eating this week.
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    Fox Stars Rock Villa Sorriso; Mark Walhberg Blocks Orlando Bloom at MadeoA celebrity confrontation is avoided amiably despite tricky parking at a Beverly Hills restaurant.
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    Miley Cyrus’s New York Diet: Outback SteakhouseShe couldn’t at least go to Peter Luger like Lindsay Lohan?
  39. AC
    Andrew Carmellini Won’t Serve White Truffles at His Next RestaurantThe former A Voce and Café Boulud toque talks about celebrity chefs as he gets ready to open his own place.
  40. Cheap Eats
    Remember When a Beer Cost a Dollar?Metromix’s Joshua M. Bernstein takes a bike ride down cheap-date lane and finds dollar beers all over the city.
  41. Lobster
    Ed’s Makes More Time for Lobster RollsEd’s Lobster Bar expands their hours, serving seven days a week.
  42. Sign of the Times
    Rusty Knot Trims Menu, Icon at W Goes ‘Recession-Proof’Conveniently coinciding with the current economic woes, the Rusty Knot is shifting its approach and the W is suddenly ‘recession-proof.’
  43. Mediavore
    Danny Meyer in Harlem; El Morocco in Washington HeightsDanny Meyer might open a café in Harlem, what Grant Achatz did when he was diagnosed with tongue cancer, and a new incarnation of the legendary El Morocco.
  44. NewsFeed
    Will Laurent Tourondel Clean Up David Bouley’s Miami Mess? David Bouley has been a busy man in recent months, first opening David Bouley Evolution in Miami’s Ritz-Carlton Hotel, and then taking over the Delphi restaurant in order to convert it to Brushstrokes, his tribute to Japanese gastronomy. But the Bouley empire has taken a step backward with the current chaos at Evolution, which has resulted in the restaurant’s supposedly temporary closure. Grub Street hears that Laurent Tourondel is in talks with the Ritz-Carlton to either operate the restaurant or take over the property entirely. (No word back yet from Bouley; Tourondel’s rep denies anything is in the works.)
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Rockabilly Bar in Progress on the LES; Dévi Reopens With a DiscountAstoria: “A lot of people in town are excited” about the 7-Eleven that just opened on 30th Avenue and 30th Street, so much so that the Slurpee machine may have broken from overuse. [Joey in Astoria] Clinton Hill: No more soft opening! Speakeasy from former Top Cheftestant Josie Malave opens tonight, and photos taken of the menu in the window reveal such inspired dishes as zucchini sticks and fettuccine with spinach and sun-dried tomato. [Clinton Hill Blog] Flatiron: Dévi reopens tonight, and the dinner menu will be 20 percent off through November 20. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Little Italy: Papabubble’s grand-opening party went well on Saturday; as you can see from these pics, the “walls were fully stocked with fresh candy, open jars with samples were everywhere, and … stateside Papabubble proprietors, even put on a little candy making show.” [Down by the Hipster] Lower East Side: Fat Baby and Spitzer’s Corner owners Rob and Will Shamlian seem well on their way to opening a rockabilly bar and restaurant at 133 Essex Street, minus a liquor license and a mechanical bull. [Eater] Sunset Park: Pepper and salt fish are tiny fish deep-fried in a batter that puffs up like funnel cake; they go well with abundant mini-shots of beer, and conveniently both are served at Ren Ren on Eighth Avenue every day until 3:30 a.m. [Eat for Victory/VV]
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    ‘Dog Food!’ ‘Idiots!’ and Other Sweet Nothings FromOrhan Yegen is known among the city’s food writers for producing two things: great Turkish food and great quotes. He’s like the Charles Barkley of the restaurant world. And his Orhanisms have seldom been on better display than in a Metromix profile out this week. We could have predicted that Orhan would refer to the cuisines of other countries as “dog food” or dismiss all cooking-school instructors as “idiots.” But what a gift he gave Metromix when he picked on poor old Julia Child: “She was not a cook. She was a baker. Thank god she died.”