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Nina Ricci

  1. Bruni's World
    Bruni at Double CrownThe ‘Times’ critic was spotted there last night, sending the kitchen into overdrive.
  2. NewsFeed
    The Lady Who Made America Drink Pomegranate JuiceHow do you sell the masses on an expensive, fancy fruit juice? Take a lesson from Pom Wonderful’s Lynda Resnick.
  3. Trimmings
    Buddhas Enlighten Local Dining RoomsBuddhas of varying sizes adorn several New York City restaurants. View the slideshow!
  4. Mediavore
    City to Reenact Calorie-Display Rule; Bloodbath Near Spotlight LiveThe city’s Board of Health is set to reenact its legally contested rule requiring all restaurants with fifteen or more eateries nationwide to post the caloric value of food items on their menus. [NYDN] Related: Fast-Food Biz Wins Fight Against City Hall Restaurants and nightclubs currently owe the city $14 million in health-code violation fines, which means that high-roller venues like the Rainbow Room can get away with stiffing the city out of $50. [NYP] Times Square’s Spotlight Live became the latest scene of club violence when one man was killed and five others stabbed there yesterday morning. [NYDN]
  5. What to Eat This Week
    Good Eats for Fashion Plates With Fashion Week almost here, some of you may have switched gears, thinking less about “Where can I find the perfect piece of foie gras?” and more about “How can I fit into a size 0 by Saturday?” We can’t presume to help you with that one, but we can recommend three guilt-free, non-Atkins options for eating well as the models parade into town.
  6. Ask a Waiter
    Dirty Delta of Lucky Cheng’s Serves Orgy Bowls to Britney Spears Dirty Delta came to New York eighteen years ago and was introduced to the gay scene via nightspots like Club 58. It wasn’t until she got a job at Lucky Cheng’s a month after it opened that she fell in with the drag queens; for thirteen years the bartender and server has seen the East Village institution through visits from disco divas (“Grace Jones came in and tried to cop pot. We had to let her go”), East Village freaks (“my family”), as well as swarms of “crazy bachelorettes and crazy birthday girls.” As it turns out, her most unforgettable encounter (that we could print) was with a certain pop star.