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  1. Menu Changes
    The Famed, Very Scarce Raoul’s Burger Will Soon Be Available ‘inWhen the Soho restaurant launches brunch next month, the burger will officially be on the menu.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Jamie Foxx and Leonardo DiCaprio Dance at Avenue; Daniel Radcliffe Gets BombedPlus: Mariah Carey at Serendipity 3, Jessica Biel at the Butcher’s Daughter, and more of this week’s celebrity settings.
  3. Mediavore
    Hungry Girl Signs Big Book Deal; Foie Protest at Raoul’sPlus: Connecticut legalizes pickles, and John McCain doesn’t want to know his farmer, all in our morning news roundup.
  4. Other Sites
    NBC New York Launches FeastThe latest restaurant blog.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Governor Paterson Eats Fried Chicken at Blue Water Grill; Wintour Does DaOur weekly roundup of who ate where.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Dennis Haskins ‘Subdued’ Over Drinks; Katie Couric Eats ItalianSee which sparkly people were seen wining and dining in our weekly roundup.
  7. Beef
    Embattled Hamptons Restaurateur Ed ‘Jean Luc’ Kleefield PlotsThe owner of Madame Tong’s, who has turned himself in to face charges of writing bad checks, wants to open a downtown bistro.
  8. The Other Critics
    Kefi Disappoints Bruni; Minetta Tavern Impresses Gael GreenePlus: Mixed feelings on Buttermilk Channel and La Fonda Del Sol in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  9. The New York Diet
    Rose Bar Gatekeeper Nur Khan Likes Meat and Martial ArtsWho wants to be a vegetarian when you’re buddies with the maître d’ at Waverly Inn and can eat there a few times a week?
  10. The New York Diet
    Eric and Donald Trump Jr. Dine Everywhere From McDonald’s to DubaiAs partners in their father’s business, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr. do a lot of dining together — whether they’re talking to clients Stateside about Quattro, their upcoming restaurant in the Trump Soho building, or cutting ribbons in the Middle East as they did this week.
  11. Back of the House
    Stars Sate Our Curiosity at the ‘No Reservations’ PremiereNo Reservations, the new movie where Catherine Zeta-Jones plays (history’s most gorgeous) chef, had a prescreening last night, and Justin Ravitz was there to take down the red-carpet thoughts of the principals and attendees. The movie’s stew of rom-com clichés, from the hard-talking but vulnerable lady boss to the brash young hunk who breaks down her defenses, was tired when the Automat opened, so our questions ranged far outside of the kitchen, and so did the answers (Abigail Breslin? Just too cute). Aaron Eckhart said that he doesn’t know about the “cool and popular” new restaurants, citing Raoul’s as his favorite place to eat. Now there’s a sentiment we have “no reservations” about. See pictures and quotes from Catherine Zeta-Jones, Katie Lee Joel, Aaron Eckhart, Alto chef Michael White, and others from the No Reservations premiere in Party Lines [NYM]
  12. The New York Diet
    Socialista Co-owner Armin Amiri Takes His Guilt Trips to the Juicer Ever wonder how alpha doormen spend the eighteen hours of their lives during which they’re mere mortals? Granted, Armin Amiri is now the co-owner and face of hot spot Socialista and a budding actor soon to appear with Joaquin Phoenix in Terry George’s Reservation Road — but those of us whose egos have not yet healed from being turned away at Bungalow 8 will always remember him as the place’s dapper doorman. So what does the “Prince of the Night” eat when he’s not hobnobbing with the stars?
  13. The New York Diet
    D.J. and Waverly Diner Regular Mark Ronson Craves Skips and Walkers Mark Ronson, the A-list set’s most in-demand D.J.— he’s spun parties like the Met gala and is a favorite of everyone from Tommy Hilfiger to Jay-Z — isn’t one for home cooking. “The only thing I really waste expendable income on is food. When I go to my accountant, he’s like, ‘Do you have to eat out all the time?’ He’s half happy I don’t have a heroin addiction instead.” We asked him how he allotted his dining dollars during the past week.