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  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Cacio e Pepe in New YorkThe classic pasta dish may be more popular in Manhattan these days than it is in Rome.
  2. Grub Guides
    The 11 Best Pasta Cacio e Pepes in NYCThe old cucina povera standby is having a moment.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Paul McCartney Eats at Elio’s; Nicki Minaj Parties at the GriffinThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  4. Eat This Now
    Mimi Sheraton Shares Her Favorite Dishes in New YorkAn ultra-abridged version of her new gastro guide, 1,000 Foods to Eat Before You Die.
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Jude Law Grateful for Sienna Miller, Scorsese Dines With StonePlus: Tobey Maguire, Lindsay Lohan, Anna Wintour, and more in our weekly roundup of bold-face dining.
  6. Recession is Your Friend
    Dow’s Loss Is Your GainAt Sandro’s, the price of pasta depends on the closing bell.
  7. The In-box
    What Do You Mean? We Love the Upper East Side! Dear Grub Street, The Upper West Side is teeming with activity, as is every other area of Manhattan, but I very rarely see anything on the Upper East Side. What have you got against the several hundred thousand people who live there and their restaurants and chefs? — A reader with a valid gripe.
  8. Mediavore
    City Council Might Tackle Labor Violations; Drunks Abound at High-EndCustomers get drunk, carry on, and throw up even at the finest restaurants. Especially at the finest restaurants: “More people throw up in the dining room of Per Se than your average college bar.” [NYT] The City Council is considering a law that would put labor violations on par with health violations, in an effort to protect vulnerable immigrant workers. [NPR] Mocktails are on the rise, thanks to “the whole rehab thing,” and nowhere more successfully than at Indochine. [NYP]
  9. The Other Critics
    Anthos Misses Its Mark; Provence’s First RaveUnlike Adam Platt, who thought Anthos inferior to Dona, Frank Bruni likes it better; he seems almost pained to have to deny the place a third star. But the drab room and overwhelmed fish keep Michael Psilakis’s dream of a three-star Greek restaurant from coming true — yet. [NYT] Related: Greek Revival [NYM] Time Out’s Randall Lane hits Williamsburg BBQ Fette Sau and is struck by how good some of the meats are, and how unbelievably bad the sauce is. That’s pretty much in keeping with what everybody else has said, but Lane is the first to make much-needed points about the effect of keeping pulled pork exposed in a chafing tray, and how ill-fit pork belly is for the smoke treatment. [TONY] Related: Fette Sau’s Weird Williamsburg Barbecue Palace [Grub Street] Moira Hodgson’s rave makes the relaunched Provence sound really, really good — a great omen for their future critical reception. The old Provence was good, but neither the service nor the food was on a level you would want to face a battery of critics with. [NYO]
  10. Openings
    Sandro’s Latest Restaurant Is As Good As His Last One Sandro Frioriti has been bopping around New York for 22 years, catering to plutocrats at restaurants on the Upper East Side, the Hamptons, and Chelsea, not to mention other stops all over Manhattan and Brooklyn. But that doesn’t make his most recent Sandro’s, announced by Rob and Robin in the current round of Openings, any less good. Its menu reveals a roster of Roman classics that you don’t see everywhere – spaghettini with lemon sauce, sea-urchin ravioli, pan-seared cuttlefish with artichokes. The prices it shows are pretty good too, especially given the kind of neighborhood grandees who will likely be filling the room night in and night out. Openings: Spirito Ristorante, Perilla, Casellula Cheese & Wine Café, and Sandro’s. [NYM] Sandro’s Menu
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