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  1. Grub Guides
    Where to Eat and Drink During Fashion WeekEven the most overbooked of editors will be able to find some sustenance.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Beyoncé and Jay-Z Eat Crab Cakes at La Marina; Ashton Kutcher and Mila KunisPlus, Joseph Gordon-Levitt at DBGB, Avril Lavigne at Benjamin Steak House, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  3. The New York Diet
    Sarabeth Levine Makes Steel-Cut Oats With Strawberry-Mango Compote, Healthy“I am embarrassed to admit how many daytime meals I consume while standing.”
  4. The Grub Street Diet
    Food Professor and Cookbook Author Lourdes Castro Likes Her Egg Yolks Runny and“I love egg yolks and I eat them all the time, I just don’t like them cooked. Yuck. I like runny yolks.”
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    New Sarabeth’s in Tribeca; La Esquina Launches Salsa RojaPlus: Eataly offers birthday deals, and more, in our daily round up of neighborhood news.
  6. The Grub Street Diet
    Bloomberg’s Tom Keene Eats Breakfast on Live Radio, Is Very Specific About“I had my basic drink, which is Beefeater Shaken Forever with Olives. I call that a BSFwO.”
  7. Empire Building
    Danny Meyer Takes Over Whitney Museum’s CaféThe latest feather in the Union Square Hospitality Group cap.
  8. Openings
    Sarabeth’s and Terroir Greenlit for Tribeca, Artichoke Stymied in ChelseaThe latest from the Community Boards.
  9. Mediavore
    Borough Park’s Gourmet Gas Station; Food Companies Tout ValuePlus: Congress wants you to eat right, and casual-dining stocks soar, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. Health Concerns
    Payard, Insieme, and Sarabeth’s Would Be Publicly Shamed by New DOHWhich fine-dining offenders would be most embarrassed by new health-score postings?
  11. Mediavore
    Sarabeth’s at Lord & Taylor; Children’s Cookbooks So Hot Right NowPlus: A great French chef passes on, Nathan’s Famous begins posting calorie info, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  12. The New York Diet
    How Mireille Guiliano Doesn’t Get Fat: Breakfast at Balthazar When Mireille Guiliano first came to America as an exchange student, she gained weight for the first time in her life. Many years later, after becoming a CEO of Veuve Clicquot, she penned the buzzy No. 1 best-seller French Women Don’t Get Fat, now out in paperback. After 25 years of splitting her time between New York and Paris, Guiliano is still amazed by the large portions here, and by the New Yorker’s tendency to eat on the go. “To eat your bagel and your muffin with coffee on the subway is gross,” she says. “How can you do it with the smell and the noise and the moving? I’d rather starve.” She’s also still shocked when she sees people eating on the street or standing up. “For French people, you’re supposed to eat at the table. Besides the bed, it’s the most important piece of furniture in the house.” So what’s she been eating at the table this week?
  13. Mediavore
    Shake Shack Reopens Today; Fabio Trabocchi’s Last MealSweet glory, Shake Shack reopens today at 11:30! You can call ahead to place your order, but you won’t be enjoying the new heaters until next week. [Eater] The British agree: Adam Platt’s term “haute barnyard” defines the prevailing dining trend. [Guardian] Related: The Haute Barnyard Hall of Fame The manager of Sarabeth’s on Central Park South caught a 50-year-old thief taking $27 from her pocketbook over the weekend. [NYP]