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Paradou

  1. Leftovers
    Thirty Acres’ New Brunch Menu; Late-Night Jell-O Shots at the MeatballPlus, Jell-O shots at the Meatball Shop, beer made with coffee, an homage to Fifty Cent, and more in today’s leftovers.
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    Paradou Offers Free Wine in Meatpacking; Bar Basque Hosts Oscar Party in MidtownPlus: Colonie opens in Brooklyn Heights, DineTonite offers unlimited restaurant savings, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  3. Beef
    Vadim From Paradou Will Pay You $20 to Hear What You Really ThinkBefore there was Mel Gibson, there was the man who called his employees “lazy motherfuckers” and “a bunch of fucking children.”
  4. Beef
    Paradou Owner Vows to Make the Streets Run With BloodThe latest regarding a controversial e-mail he fired off to employees.
  5. Beef
    Paradou Owner Says Tirade Against Staff Was a Restaurateur’s ‘Howl’Paradou’s owner loses it on his staff.
  6. Openings
    Meatpacking Makeover: Revel and Paradou Upgrade; Abe, Bill ReadyPlus, is a burger battle brewing in the meatpacking district?
  7. User's Guide
    Where to Celebrate the French (or Not)Have a drink for Bastille Day.
  8. Let's Do Brunch
    Meatpacking Brunch Bunch: Nero Jumps Into Bottle-Service Fray, Paradou DoesBagatelle and Merkato 55 will now have competition.
  9. Recession Is Your Friend
    Beacon’s Stimulus PlanWaldy Malouf’s restaurant cuts entrée prices by 20 percent. Cocktails and wine are also reduced.
  10. Recession Is Your Friend
    Three Courses for the Price of One at ParadouBuy an entrée and get your choice of appetizer and dessert. Even caviar!
  11. Tastings
    Foig FestFor $45, you can get four foie gras dishes and four Champagnes.
  12. NewsFeed
    ‘Dirty Bingo’ Is Too Hot for ParadouDirty Bingo has moved to element, but food from Paradou will still be served.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Reasons to Stay in Williamsburg; Green-Tea Cupcake in West VillageBattery Park: The Treats Truck will be on hand at CultureFest NYC on Saturday from noon to 4 p.m. [Treats Truck] Clinton Hill: Two armed men robbed the White Castle at 531 Myrtle Avenue yesterday. [Clinton Hill Blog] Meatpacking District: Next Tuesday is Dirty Bingo night at Paradou. [Paradou NYC] Midtown West: The Royalton hotel has reopened after a brief renovation and has already started serving breakfast at Bar Forty Four. [NewYorkology] Upper West Side: Thankfully, the old-school Murray’s Sturgeon Shop holds a long-term lease because the neighborhood’s “soul currently hangs on the continued existence of a few shops, among them Zabar’s, Fairway, Citarella, H&H Bagels, Barney Greengrass, Gryphon Book Store and Murray’s.” [Lost City] West Village: The green-tea cupcake Josh DeChellis serves at BarFry is not only intensely and deliciously flavored, it’s also ” a study in green: the kind of snack a stay at home Incredible Hulk would send off to the school bus in dozens if his kid were having an in-class birthday party.” [Gothamist] Williamsburg: In an effort to dissuade those thinking of leaving Brooklyn for greener (cleaner) pastures out west and elsewhere, one blogger has compiled this list of some of the hood’s best dishes. [Cakehead]
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Café Gray Back in the Lunch Game on the Upper West SideCarroll Gardens: Carniceria, the attempted replacement for Porchetta, has gone down for the dirt nap. [Eater] Meatpacking District: Paradou will kick off its fall menu on October 10. [Grub Street] Tribeca: Ceci-Cela on Chambers Street will close up shop near the end of December because their landlord tried to impose an “unacceptable” rent increase. [Grub Street] Upper East Side: Saucy on York Avenue at 75th Street will offer a (what else?) sauce-driven tasting menu from October 8 through 14. [Grub Street] Upper West Side: Gray Kunz has reinstated lunch at Café Gray with an Indian-Summer Prix Fixe that includes dishes like sweet-corn ravioli and skate schnitzel with fingerlings and brown butter. [Grub Street]
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Flappers Seen at Harlem’s Live-Poultry MarketEast Village: Between securing a liquor license and finishing construction on what will be Sakaya sake store, the owners are blogging. [Down by the Hipster] Flatiron: A BBQ tasting at Hill Country is the next stop for 4-Foodies; the event includes meeting the chefs and leaving with swag. [4-Foodies] Harlem: “A few seemed comatose, their heads lolling, but most were lively” at La Granja live-poultry market on Amsterdam Avenue at 126th Street. The roasted results are so much better than supermarket chickens. [NYS] Lower East Side: Months of Craigslist ads must have done some good, Tailor has scored Room 4 Dessert veteran Pam Yung as the fifth member of its kitchen team. [NYS] Meatpacking District: Paradou’s next dirty bingo night is September 18: kinky prizes furnished by Kiki De Montparnasse. Midtown East: Condolences to those who like a good frisking before lunch, the afternoon buffet in the U.N. Delegates Dining Room will be closed to the public from September 25 – October 5 while the General Assembly convenes. [NewYorkology]
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Have Sex in an East Village Bar BathroomChelsea: Bungalow 8 and Cain may be outtie, but South Beach’s Eric Milon hasn’t abandoned plans to bring Mansion to the old Crobar space. [Down by the Hipster] East Village: Bouncers at Drop Off Service bar (in a former Laundromat) hang drunken oafs out to dry, plus a killer happy hour lasts till 8 p.m. [Gridskipper] But at Angels & Kings on East 11th Street, the bathrooms are meant for sex. [NYP] Gramercy: I Trulli’s outdoor garden opens today. [Grub Street] Meatpacking District: Paradou kicks off “Mother’s Week” May 14: E-mail the restaurant with a dish your mom used to make, and if it gets served as a special, you win a free bottle of wine. [Grub Street] Midtown West: A branch of ’wichcraft is coming soon to the shopping concourse below Rockefeller Center. [Grub Street] Murray Hill/Kips Bay: Hsing Chen, executive pastry chef at Country, has reinstated a dessert trolley that could inspire a food-caddy renaissance; plus, she makes what might be the first popcorn ice-cream float. [Gothamist]
  17. In the Magazine
    What Do Paradou Marché and Kenny Shopsin Have in Common? Paradou Marché, the Lower East Side spinoff of meatpacking standby Paradou, is up and running at the Essex Street Market, Rob and Robin report in this week’s Openings. Given how small a space they have to work with, it’s impressive that they are able to carry over not only the pressed sandwiches the original is so well known for, but also some heavy-duty French standards, like cassoulet and short ribs bourguignonne. Between these sandwiches and the ones that will be rolling out of Kenny Shopsin’s stall when it finally opens, the Essex Street Market is going to be one of our go-to destinations for fast food. Openings: FR.OG, Suba, Móle, and Paradou Marché. [NYM] Paradou Marché Menu