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Quality Meats

  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Tiffani Thiessen Devours Fried Chicken in Miami and Lobster Rolls in New York“We also had key-lime doughnuts for dessert, which came with a key-lime coconut pudding on the side.”
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Derek Jeter and Sports Illustrated Model Hannah Davis Dine at thePlus: Spottings at Beauty & Essex, Harlow, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  3. Showdown Shows
    Saveur Debuts Online Cooking ShowIt’s a latke!
  4. Charitable Contributions
    Quality Meats Will Donate Tonight’s Proceeds to Red CrossThe steakhouse will donate either tonight’s proceeds or $10,000, whichever is more.
  5. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Seasonal Restaurant & Weinbar; Quality Meats, Minetta TavernIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Meat Specialists.
  6. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Seasonal; Within the Hour at Blue SmokeIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Meat Specialists.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Josh Charles and Tom Colicchio Cook and Drink Corzo Together; Ed Westwick KeepsPlus: D.J. Pauly D fist-pumps at Greenhouse, ‘The Chew’ bowls at Lucky Strike Lanes, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  8. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at Seasonal Restaurant & Weinbar, Fully Booked at Peter LugerIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight.
  9. Slideshow
    First Look at the Hurricane Club, Now Serving Pu Pu Platters and Scorpion BowlsThe 13,000-square-foot space opens in the former Porcao space tonight at 5:30 p.m.
  10. Other Cities
    April Bloomfield Looks in LondonThe Breslin chef plans a return to the city where she got her start.
  11. Empire Building
    London’s Calling Shake Shack, Quality MeatsIs Shake Shack looking to cross the pond?
  12. Closings
    Kobe Club Finally Falls on Its SwordJeffrey Chodorow’s steakhouse (more like mistakehouse!) closes tomorrow.
  13. Fun With Numbers
    Google Insight Blows Our Mind, Shows Shift From the Buddakans to the MomofukusA look at the most popular restaurant searches of the past four years.
  14. User's Guide
    Restaurant Ice Cream to GoA handful of sit-down restaurants hoping to cash in on summer ice-cream cravings have started selling creamy, pastry chef–approved servings to go. We sampled their results, and offered our own superlatives.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Quality Meats Testing Its Own Ice-Cream Brand; Wild Bill Clinton Eats at HillArtisanal now serves serious steak and Oceana will have a raw bar when it moves, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  16. Mediavore
    The Box Back in Action; Smith & Wollensky Sold at LastThe Box is back in action and even hosted a corporate event last night for Virgin America airline, clearly meant to bring the venue one step closer to becoming a “cultural institution.” [Down by the Hipster] The $94.7 million sale of New York–based Smith & Wollensky Restaurant Group, which includes Quality Meats and Park Avenue Summer, to the national corporation Patina has been finalized, but there’s still no word on a timetable for Park Avenue’s fall makeover. [Nation’s Restaurant News] Related: The Secrets of Steakhouse Riches Is Top Chef’s Brian into threesomes? Of the kind less celebrated in popular culture? [Amuse Biatch]
  17. Restroom Report
    Bathroom Beef: Quality Meats vs. Kobe Club On limo-lined 58th Street, two nouveau steakhouses face each other in a bizarre game of Spy vs. Spy. The white spy: bright, cheery Quality Meats of the Wollensky empire, designed by the whiz kids at AvroKO. The black spy: Chodorow’s infamous Kobe Club, a noirish trip that resembles a Tarantino stage set. Each has its bag of trick s— QM’s meat-hook chandeliers! KC’s samurai swords!— but the nukes in their arsenals are, of course, the restrooms. After you’ve finished a 64-ounce growler of Quality beer or a $225 bowl of Kobe punch, you’re going to need to use ‘em. So let’s take a look.
  18. The Other Critics
    Money Can’t Buy You a Great SteakSteve Cuozzo takes Kobe Club and Quality Meats to task in today’s Post, complaining that they should serve more 28-day dry-aged Prime steaks, “the gold standard.” There’s a reason those restaurants’ steaks aren’t stellar, but their grade and how long they’ve been aged has nothing to do with it.