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Mondrian Soho

  1. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Butternut Squash Pasta, Kale Caesar Salad, and Tequila (Really)Rucola, Rye House, and Tiffin Walla made the cut in this week’s roundup of healthy eats.
  2. Openings
    First Look at Isola Trattoria & Crudo Bar at Mondrian SohoBecause Imperial No. Nine blew it.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Hilaria and Alec Host Prenuptial Brunch at Edi & the Wolf; Zosia Mamet at LePlus: Lilium turns away children at the Spiderman party, and more in this week’s celebrity settings.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Beyoncé and Jay-Z Ring in the New Year at Buttermilk Channel; Lady Gaga HoldsPlus: Zac Efron makes Philippe his go-to dining spot, Britney Spears celebrates a friend’s birthday at the Darby, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    BLT Market to Shutter for ‘Major Redesign’; Jacques Torres Pop-up toPlus: a sausage and beer festival at Tour de France restaurants, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Veuve and Oysters in Soho; a New Gluten-Free Italian Menu in the Upper East SidePlus: a new brunch in the West Village, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  7. Slideshow
    First Look at Sam Talbot’s Imperial No. 9 and Its FoodThe Mondrian Soho’s sustainable seafood restaurant opens today.
  8. Openings
    Mister H Is a ‘Classier Happy Ending’An early look at the Mondrian Hotel’s new lounge.
  9. Openings
    Armin Amiri Does Mondrian Soho’s BarThe former Bungalow doorman and Socialista is back.
  10. Openings
    Mondrian Hits Soho Next MonthAnd Sam Talbot’s Imperial No. 9 gets an opening date.
  11. Openings
    Jimmy Bradley’s Food Hall Delayed Till Next YearYou’ll have to wait till February for “straightforward, lusty, American-inspired cuisine.”
  12. Top Chef
    Top Chef Class Notes: Marcel on TV, Camille in the Kitchen, Sam TalbotThe latest from some of our favorite cheftestants.
  13. Openings
    Sam Talbot’s Mondrian Hotel Restaurant Delayed Till Next FallWill Soho become “the epicenter of fashionable restaurants?”
  14. Trimmings
    A Pancake House Gets a Slight MakeoverThe lovable Landmark Coffee Shop has changed its sagging sign.
  15. TV Land
    Sam Talbot Debuts Mondrian Dish for Jimmy FallonThe Top Chef’s new restaurant will consist of locally sourced seafood.
  16. Chef Shuffle
    Sam Talbot to Sex Up Mondrian KitchenBut will he stay there?
  17. NewsFeed
    Chris Eddy of Barmarché and industry (food) Goes After Forty Deuce SpaceWe’re hearing that Chris Eddy, partner in industry (food) and creator of Barmarché is seeking to open a sushi-fusion restaurant in the beleaguered Forty Deuce space. There was apparently no resolution about the liquor-license application at last week’s community-board meeting, but it seems neighborhood activists are wary. Since they’re already nervous about a 270-room Mondrian hotel with a “glamorous restaurant” going up at 150 Lafayette Street and perhaps leery of Eddy’s background “managing Manhattan’s well-known nightspots and high-profile restaurants such as Mercer Kitchen, Bond St., Lotus, and Bungalow 8” (per his bio), they weren’t all that happy about high-end sushi coming to the nabe. For our part, we think Eddy has proven himself to the neighborhood with Barmarché, a reliable, relatively low-key destination for great cocktails.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Mondrian Will Bring a ‘Glamorous Restaurant’ to ChinatownAstoria: Pita Pan at 37-15 30th Avenue has opened in its new space; plans for further expansion include rooftop dining. [Joey in Astoria] Boerum Hill: Trader Joe’s poised to open its second New York store in the former Independence Savings Bank building at the juncture of Court Street and Atlantic Avenue. [Brooklyn Eagle] Chinatown: A Mondrian hotel at 150 Lafayette Street planned for 2009 will feature a “glamorous restaurant” and a ballroom. [NYP] Clinton Hill: Thursday, July 12, iCi hosts the Art of Taste, an evening of food education and dining with the ladies of Green Gourmet. [Clinton Hill Blog] Lower East Side: Brick-oven pizzeria Chickie Pig’s is opening this weekend. [Eater] Midtown East: Some first-class summer specials are to be had in the streets of midtown right now, including Milant Gourmet Deli’s gazpacho — only available through August. [Midtown Lunch] Upper East Side: Best Cellars poured its chilled wine for customers for free during yesterday’s blackout, and Tasti D-Lite gave away ice cream. [Newsday]
  19. 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]