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  1. Celebrity Settings
    Madonna Dines at the Spotted Pig; George and Amal Clooney Feast at BabboThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Anna Kendrick Celebrates at La Cenita; Matt Harvey Parties at the Monarch RoomPlus: Celebrities at the General and Manon, straight ahead.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Alba Grabs Juice; Jason Collins Celebrates at The Spotted PigPlus: Prince at Up&Down, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  4. Pizza
    The Truth About Coal-Oven Pizza: It’s Not As Rare As You ThoughtHere’s where to find today.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    Designer Chris Benz Basically Lives on Iced Coffee and Turmeric Tonics“Juice Press is actually the reason I will probably never own real estate, since I spend what seems like a mortgage payment there weekly on nothing.”
  6. Opening Soon
    Expansion News: Patsy’s Pizzeria and Xi’an Famous Foods Opening NewXi’an’s coming to midtown, and Pasty’s to Queens.
  7. No Pizza for Old Men
    Hot: Patsy Grimaldi’s Juliana’s OpensThe long-awaited Dumbo pizzeria finally opens to the public. Cue the warring tour-bus lines.
  8. Celebrity Settings
    Cameron Diaz and Leonardo DiCaprio at the Rosewood; Taylor Swift Hits CookshopPlus: Amanda Bynes looks lost at SL, Derek Jeter tries pig’s head at Pig and Khao, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  9. Pizza Wars
    A History of New York’s Feuding Pizza DynastiesFrom Lombardi’s onward.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Richard Gere Makes Trouble at Nick & Toni’s; Lindsay Lohan Gets Violent atPlus, Monica Lewinsky at 21, Ann Romney at Fishtail, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  11. Celebrity Settings
    Sofia Vergara Sips Cocoa With Ex; Bradley Cooper Gets His Guac OnPlus: birthdays for Brooke Shields and Carmelo Anthony, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  12. The Grub Street Diet
    Foodspotting Co-Founder Soraya Darabi Likes to Pick Food Off Other“My meals never fall squarely three times a day. I eat well, but sporadically.”
  13. Slideshow,
    First Look at Mel’s Burger Bar, Bringing LaFrieda to Morningside HeightsThe owners of Patsy’s take their cues from Bill’s Bar and Burger and Five Napkin.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Bon Chon Opens in Midtown; 60-Cent Slices at Patsy’sPlus: free cannoli at Scopello, and a Gaelic gastropub comes to Avenue A, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    New Chef at Allen & Delancey; Taste the Best of ChanterellePlus: free MacBar on Saturday, and Peking turkeys at Phillipe, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  16. Mediavore
    Tootsie Rolls Go Kosher; Are Canned-Food Drives Useful?Plus: mourning Patsy’s pizzaiolo, and apologies from Coca-Cola, all in our morning news roundup.
  17. User's Guide
    A Brief History of Restaurant Rip-off LawsuitsMr. Chow isn’t the first to sue for identity theft. But could he be the first to win?
  18. Mediavore
    Luxury Wine Market Plummets; Whitney Aycock in at CounterPlus: butchers as sex symbols, and Joe Jr. up for rent, all in our morning news roundup.
  19. PIzza Pizza
    Why Alan Richman Dissed Di FaraPlus more outtakes from the world of best pizzeria lists.
  20. Mediavore
    Lights Out at The Four Seasons; Fro-Yo Battle Carries OnPlus: Bigger taxes could mean bigger tips, and more groceries at Target, all in our morning news roundup.
  21. Lists
    Grub Street Investigation: What Are the Best- and Worst-Selling RestaurantHow’s Tom Colicchio’s new cookbook doing, and do people really buy these things in general? We crunch the numbers.
  22. Mediavore
    JGV Takes Canada; NYC Cop Protects KFC ChickenA boozy tour of the city’s original cocktail dens and your own unfermented grape juice, in our daily news roundup.
  23. NewsFeed
    Patsy’s Ends Up With Pie on Its FaceIts 75th anniversary was cut short at 7 p.m.
  24. NewsFeed
    Tonight, Patsy’s Has Prices You Can Really Get Behind90-cent pies in East Harlem today!
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Patsy’s Pizza for 60 Cents in Harlem This August; Fresher Isn’tFrank Bruni picks restaurants for their looks, and Craftbar has some standout cocktails, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  26. Mediavore
    Pope’s Meals Under High Security; Kosher Margarine ShortageSecret Service agents are inspecting the Pope’s food and ‘Gossip Girl’ returns to New York restaurants in our daily food-news roundup.
  27. Mediavore
    Elaine’s Turns 45; Chefs Cursing Too $&#*$@% MuchLiterary hangout Elaine’s turned 45 on Sunday, Tom Colicchio doesn’t think profane language is appropriate for chefs, and “Big Lou” Elrose enjoys his moment in the sun and smoke.
  28. NewsFeed
    And the Winner in the Patsy’s-vs.-Patsy’s Suit Is …Patsy’s the restaurant scores an abstract victory over Patsy’s the pizzeria.
  29. Mediavore
    Bye-bye, Bottled Water; Cheyenne Diner ClosedBottled water is becoming a faux pas, Cindy Adams takes the stand in the Patsy’s-vs.-Patsy’s trial, and the patrons of the Cheyenne Diner have one last meal there.
  30. Mediavore
    Beard Awards Get ‘Sex’y; Pizza.com Selling for $2.6 MilA Sex and the City star will host the James Beard Awards, the domain pizza.com is selling for over $2.6 million, and the Patsy’s v. Patsy’s trial rages on.
  31. Mediavore
    Patsy’s Sues Patsy’s; Bones Found Beneath Tribeca EateryTwo Italian restaurants sue each other over Frank Sinatra, Tokyo Bar finds something scary in the basement, and the economic forecast for food prices does not look good.
  32. NewsFeed
    Have Your Veal ‘Frank’s Way’ at Patsy’s Wednesday Wednesday would have been Frank Sinatra’s 92nd birthday, and at least one of the Chairman’s old haunts, the occasion won’t pass unobserved. Frank’s favorite New York restaurant, Patsy’s (no relation to the pizza chain), will be serving “Frank’s stuffed artichoke,” “Frank’s veal cutlet Milanese” (“Frank had it made easy on the garlic,” Patsy’s chef Sal Scognamillo tells us), and sfolgiatella, Frank’s favorite dessert, on Wednesday (the last course is on the house). Sal is a font of Sinatra anecdotes, too, and will be on hand to repeat a few of them. If you see him, ask about the night in 1977 when the Yankees came in after winning the World Series, and Billy Martin wanted to know why he didn’t have the best table.
  33. The New York Diet
    Leven Rambin Consoles Herself With Chocolate After the Daytime Emmys In addition to playing the autistic teenager Lily Montgomery on All My Children, Leven Rambin, the face of Caressa jewelry, has been a party fixture ever since she moved from her mom’s house in Connecticut to a place on the Upper West Side. When making the scene, she skips the hors d’oeurve. “After working from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.,” says the 17-year-old, “the last thing I want to do is go to the gym. So I try to eat light.” That is, except for those addictions to peanut butter and protein bars — and the occasional serotonin-boosting chocolate splurge.
  34. The In-box
    I Wonder If ‘New York Pizza’ Is a Total JokeDear Grub Street,What’s the deal with Patsy’s and Grimaldi’s? The guy’s name was Patsy Grimaldi, right? Didn’t the place under the Brooklyn Bridge used to be called Patsy’s? I remember going there when I used to come out for AAU games. And where else would you recommend for true “New York–style” pizza? Or is that term a total joke?DeWayne
  35. Neighborhood Watch
    Three Words: Chelsea Cupcake ControversyBedford-Stuyvesant: Next Thursday’s cocktail fund-raiser at Carver Savings bank benefits Fulton-Nostrand United Merchants Association, Bedford-Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation, and if you’re still reading this, congratulations. [Bed-Stuy Gateway] Chelsea: The pink cupcake — you know the one — inspires reactions from diabolical blogger rants to posters defending the pretty cake. [Blog Chelsea] Ronnybrook Dairy will be converted into a milk bar serving breakfast, lunch and dinner — with special lactose twists. [Eater] Clinton Hill: Olivino is hosting an Italian wine tasting tonight starting at 6:30 p.m.; you’ve got three hours to “taste” as much as your liver can stand. [Clinton Hill Blog] East Village: The Bowery Hotel lobby may be getting a tepid response, but the 10,000-square-foot bar space on the second floor should impress, assuming the weather warms up sometime. [Down by the Hipster] Tribeca: Patsy’s Pizza coming to the former Dominic spot; booze a sure thing. [Eater] West Village: Chumley’s won’t be torn down — not yet, anyway. [Gawker] The Spotted Pig has updated their menu. [Grub Street]
  36. Back of the House
    Patsy’s, Le Madeleine Fight Turf Wars; Danny Meyer Takes TokyoA food co-op opens, but can East New Yorkers swing it? [NYT] Joe, home of the $14,000 espresso machine, looks for a fourth location despite high rents. [NYT] Danny Meyer takes Union Square Cafe to Tokyo. [Snack] Related: Danny Meyer Walks Into a Pub
  37. Back of the House
    A Japanese Gastropub and Other Openings; KFC’s New Recipe Tastes Like Chicken• More on “Japanese gastropub” Zenkichi, Lower East Side brick-oven pizzeria Cronkite, and others; Antoine Bouterin packs it in. [NYT] • Taste-testers prefer trans-fat-free KFC. [NYDN] • Cuozzo presses Michael Lomonaco for 9/11 memories, likes the drapes at his new place. [NYP] • Guss’s in a legal pickle. [NYP] • Patsy’s, too, fights for its name. [NYS] • Park Slope sandwich and gelato spot Tempo Presto’s latest locale. [NYS] • Vendy victor is doing brisk business. [NYDN] • Emily Sprissler blows the whistle on “rat-trap” conditions (and Padma’s cellulite) on the “Top Chef” set. [Chow]