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  1. Celebrity Settings
    Salman Rushdie Parties at The Four Seasons; Mary-Kate Olsen Snogs at MoMAPlus, Kris Humphries at Bagatelle, Mariano Rivera gets a standing O at Siro’s, and more in this week’s celebrity dining.
  2. Foodievents
    MoMA to Host Epic Food Film Series in AugustGabriel Kreuther will cook special menus inspired by the films.
  3. The Future
    Now at MoMA: Picnics and Tweeting OvensOf course.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Po’s New Intermezzo Menu; a Bonsai-Themed Dinner at Brooklyn BotanicPlus: vegan ice-cream cupcakes, free cocktails at brunch, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  5. Foodievents
    MoMA Installs Some ‘Counter Space’The museum’s latest show is a retrospective of the post-servant kitchen of the last century.
  6. Restroom Report
    Availing Ourselves of Danny Meyer’s Hospeetality Last week we noted that the once cutting-edge bathrooms of Brasserie were looking quite dull, but on the other side of 53rd Street is MoMA, a place that cultivates the sort of modernism that stands the test of time. Just step into the sexy lighting of the restrooms tucked behind the giant photomural in its ever-elegant eatery, the Modern.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Closing of East Village Pork Store Causes Polish Homemaker to Clutch BosomDumbo: Not only will cookbook author and multiple James Beard Award winner Rozanne Gold be a guest host at Tuesday night’s food benefit for the American Cancer Society, there’ll also be lots of New York brews. [American Cancer Society] East Village: Fifty-year-old Kurowycky Meat Products Inc., known for its sausages and internal smokehouse, closes, and a Polish homemaker, dismayed, clutches her bosom. [NYT] Midtown West: Appreciating modern art just got easier: MoMA’s got a brand-new (seasonal) bar. [NewYorkology] Park Slope: Store owner harassed for putting the word “arena” in the name of his new bagel shop, as suggested by his teenage children. [NYT] Red Hook: 360 should reopen structurally upgraded, but mostly unchanged, though even the owner’s not sure when. [VV]
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Chelsea Nightclubs Not Yet a Thing of the PastBoerum Hill: Backyard garden at Donna da Vine is now open. [Eater] Chelsea: PM owners Kiki and Unik look to expand into the old XL space, and perhaps continue the trend of naming clubs after abbreviations. [Down by the Hipster] Clinton Hill: A house installs its own fast-food-dining terrace. [Clinton Hill Blog] Soho: Crack nuts in style with the Nusskubus from Germany in limited release at the MoMA Design Store; slam any size nuts between the two carved cubes, and you guessed it: They crack. [The Food Section] Upper West Side: Grom lines persist, but a sign says delivery to Central Park West is coming soon. [What I See] Big Nick’s Pizza has been closed by the Department of Health; a little yellow sticker washes away claims that it’s because of a flood. [What I See]