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Mole

  1. The Other Critics
    Trattoria Neapolis Sends Mixed Signals to Besha; Santa Monica loves City TavernThe gorgeous Trattoria Neapolis is reviewed by LA Weekly
  2. Slideshows
    Five Places You Have To Try Today in East L.A.Guaranteed satisfaction with classics from Los Cinco Puntos and the inspired evolution of mole at Rocio’s and La Tia.
  3. Openings
    Holy Mole: Móle’s Fourth Location Now Open on the UESThe whole enchilada has landed uptown.
  4. Foodievents
    La Feria De Moles 2011: Should You Put Your Money On Puebla or Oaxaca?The two famous mole states will battle it out this Sunday on Olvera Street.
  5. Foodievents
    Puebla Will Face Oaxaca at Las Ferias de Moles, October 9thThirteen different styles of mole will be the focus of this free Olvera street festival.
  6. Rants
    Judah Friedlander Finally Finds Decent New York Burritos, Turns His Attention toThe secret to a good burrito? Homemade beans.
  7. Slideshow
    First Look at Móle Williamsburg, Now Serving Mex AlfrescoIt’s the mini-chain’s first Brooklyn location.
  8. Presidential Eats
    Rick Bayless Has Not Been Tweeting From the White House or Cooking RodentsMore controversy comes for Bayless as the second state dinner arrives.
  9. Chef Shuffles
    Moles La Tia Chef Rocio Camacho Resurfaces in LynwoodAn MIA chef returns on a different side of town.
  10. Empire Building
    Guelaguetza Considers Expansion in Las Vegas and Remodels in PalmsA fancy new look is planned in Palms, too.
  11. Happy Birthday
    Sazon Offers You a Gift for Its BirthdayCulver City’s Sazon survives a tough year and gives us a reward.
  12. Menus
    What to Eat While Rosa Mexicano Reclaims Chocolate’s RootsLearn to cure a duck leg with cocoa this weekend at Rosa Mexicano.
  13. Openings
    Slice and Móle Conquer New NeighborhoodsA pizza place and a Mexican restaurant expand.
  14. The Great Outdoors
    Móle Debuts Cutest Little Sidewalk CaféFinally, you can enjoy the fajitas without getting smoked out.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Caviar and Vodka Warming Hearts in Midtown; Danal Not Down for Long in the EastAstoria: The guacamole at Luna de Juarez is prepared tableside. [Joey in Astoria] Central Park: Someone may take over the Tavern on the Green someday, but they won’t be calling it Tavern on the Green. That name belongs to owner Jennifer LeRoy. [Insatiable Critic] East Village: From a tipster comment on yesterday’s nabe watch: Danal is reopening on January 10 in a new Fifth Avenue space just south of 13th Street. [Grub Street] Lincoln Center: Bruni gives Rosa Mexicano thumbs up for its kid-friendly service and adult-friendly fare. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Lower East Side: Móle might make some of the tastiest tamales in town. [Gothamist] Midtown East: Reservations are required for Gastronomica editor, Russian professor, and cookbook author Darra Goldstein’s sustainable-caviar and vodka tasting next Wednesday in the Williams Club at 24 East 39th Street. [Williams Club] Nolita: Ceci-Cela on Spring Street will bake you a buttery galette des rois with only one day’s notice … [Snack] Tribeca: … while Ceci-Cela on Chambers has officially closed after rising rents compelled the bakery to give up its lease. [Grub Street] Upper East Side: Rome expat Enrico Proietti (Baraonda, Per Lei, and Bella Blue) is opening a fourth Italian restaurant, which he’s named Ciaobella in commemoration of his first, long-closed, New York venture. [NYS] Upper West Side: Not only does DB source great charcuterie for Bar Boulud, the chef also knows how to throw a party. [Eater]
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Dialysis Center Space Will Get a Hot New Bar in ChinatownBedford-Stuyvesant: A Dunkin’ Donuts–Baskin Robbins double team coming to Nostrand Avenue is more than welcome. [Bed-Stuy Blog] Chelsea: The new Telegraphe Espresso Bar on West 18th Street not only boasts flat screens playing independent films, but the baristas form flowers in your foam. [Blog Chelsea] Chinatown: The Mondrian Hotel, in all its nightlife glory, will replace the Chinatown Dialysis Center on Lafayette, bringing damage to livers where there was once healing. [Down by the Hipster] East Village: Zum Schneider celebrates averting eviction with help from petitions by thanking customers with a free buffet and free beer from 5 to 7 p.m. tonight and tomorrow. [Gothamist] Flatiron: Shake Shack’s line-monitoring ShackCam is down. [Eater] Lower East Side: Taco Taco expands southward with a similarly thematic name: Móle. [Gothamist] West Village: Chumley’s landlord has a history of shoddy maintenance, making neighbors fear another collapse. [NYT]