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  1. Celebrity Settings
    George Clooney Hosts Dinner at Caravaggio; The Beckhams Eat at BalthazarPlus: Anna Kendrick hangs at Omar’s, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Jennifer Lawrence Smokes at Bacaro; Juice Generation Cures Lady GagaPlus: Alec Baldwin celebrates his birthday at the General, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Dovetail Chef John Fraser Kickboxes in the Morning, Drinks With“When you get punched in the face, there’s something that happens inside of your body where nothing else matters.”
  4. 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.
  5. Openings
    Cash Cow: Strip House Opening Midtown Location Next MonthBR Guest begins its expansion.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Justin Bieber Carbo-Loads at Sons of Essex, Meek Mill Rejected at TenjunePlus, pro athletes in a dogpile at SL, Mayor Bloomberg and Jamie Dimon double-date at Strip House, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  7. The Other Critics
    The Times Considers Upscale Asian; Cuozzo Complains at BrasseriePlus: Robert Sietsema hits racetrack restaurant Genting Palace, and more of this week’s restaurant reviews.
  8. BR Guest
    Chef Michael Vignola Is Off the Gravy TrainA chef with separation anxiety.
  9. Chef Shuffle
    Steve Hanson Wrangles Chef John Schenk Back to Strip HouseAlso, his bid to buy the restaurant officially closes today.
  10. Community Boards
    Neighbors Still Not Into Strip House Expansion Plans, CB2 Approves ApplicationProvided soon-to-be-owner Steve Hanson agrees to close at 2 a.m.
  11. Frustration
    The Strip House Hits a SnagYou can’t always get what you want.
  12. Expansions
    Steve Hanson’s Strip House Plans: Late-Night Hours, Casual OffshootHanson hopes to keep the steakhouse open until 4 a.m.
  13. Empire Building
    BR Guest Buys Strip House Brand, RestaurantsThe company plans to expand the brand to plenty of other cities.
  14. Mediavore
    DOH Closings Rose in 2009; Who’s Investing in the Lion?Plus: media types invest in the Lion, and etiquette advice from FloFab, all in our morning news roundup.
  15. The Other Critics
    Sifton Adds Star to Strip House, Cuozzo Finds ‘Clunkers’ at FaustinaPlus: Gael Greene stops the presses at Print, Ed Levine waits for Sandwiched, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  16. Celebrity Settings
    James Cameron Gets Sex for Dummies, Posh and Posen Avoid a FauxPlus: Matt Damon and Robert Downey Jr. get intimate at Elio’s, Mick Jagger has a mystery date at Café Boulud, and more in our weekly recap of celebrity dining.
  17. Celebrity Settings
    Kelly Cutrone Bumped Into Patti Smith and Lou Reed at Omen; Brad Pitt Said Hi toPlus: Madonna meets Sean Penn at Adour Alain Ducasse; Ed Westwick eats movie-theater nachos, and more in our weekly recounting of boldface dining.
  18. Lawsuits
    Glazier Group Is Sued, TooAnother unhappy supplier has taken matters to court.
  19. Celebrity Settings
    Lourdes Has Her Birthday at Delicatessen; Penn and Blake Do Billy’s BakeryOur weekly roundup of where the pretty people are eating.
  20. Celebrity Settings
    Oprah’s Appetite for Junk Food Knows No BoundsYour weekly roundup of where the pretty people went to eat.
  21. Lawsuits
    Steakhouse Follies: Server Who Sued Ruth’s Chris Now Sues Strip HouseThe Glazier Group is smacked with the latest restaurant lawsuit.
  22. Caffeination Taxation
    Governor Paterson Anoints Himself Ayatollah of ColaWe fight the 15 percent ‘obesity tax’ against non-diet sodas.
  23. NewsFeed
    Rachael Ray’s Burger-Bash Competitors RevealedA constellation of burger gods.
  24. NewsFeed
    Secret Is Out About Uni Butter and Tuna Truffle SandwichesSome of the “secret dishes” that ‘Page Six Magazine’ includes in its roundup of off-the-menu items aren’t so secret.
  25. Mediavore
    Anne Burrell Too Busy for Gusto; a ‘Top Chef’ in Yankee StadiumPlus: Strip House plans to expand, Au Bon Pain gives away free iced coffee today, and more, in our morning news digest.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Sexy East Villager Open for New Year’s; Bar Blanc Opening Not ImminentEast Village: One of Gael Greene’s sexy-restaurant-picks, Strip House, made this list of New Year’s Eve dining options. [Restaurant Girl] Sakaya and its daily tastings are now just a day away. [Down by the Hipster] Fort Greene: The new trattoria Caffe e’ Vino’s menu is so standard that it’s not doing a good jobs of tempting potential diners. [Eat for Victory/VV] Union Square: The area “centered on Broadway south of Madison Square” was called Ladies Mile in the 1800s because of its concentration of retails shops. Nowadays, restaurants like Tocqueville, BLT Fish, and Bar Stuzzichini have made the locale a culinary destination. [NYT] West Village: Bar Blanc is supposed to open on Saturday, but these pics of the unfinished space might tell a different story. [Eater]
  27. The New York Diet
    Singer-Songwriter Vanessa Carlton Indeed Loves Ruby’s in the Afternoon In her single “Nolita Fairytale,” Vanessa Carlton sings about her love of “Ruby’s in the afternoon”— a reference to her favorite neighborhood hang. “It’s the best people-watching,” she says of Ruby’s. “Everyone looks like they’re out of an editorial shoot for some hip magazine. But it’s not posey.” Other favorites near the “Nolita flat on rent control” she famously exalts? La Esquina (“I love to get takeout or to just sit at the front taco bar”), Freemans (“I think it wins the devils-on-horseback competition with the Spotted Pig”), and N (“the best chorizo I’ve ever had”). We asked her whether this week found her at any of the above.
  28. Click and Save
    Gael Greene’s Secrets of Restaurant SeductionIf there’s one thing you can count on Gael Greene to deliver, it’s tales of seduction by food — and her latest post has it in spades. This time, it’s from the male point of view, as Gael offers a “service feature on seduction,” courtesy of her friend Francesco, “the teflon Romeo, in and out of love constantly, an outright chauvinist pig, in fact, but as a pal, really fun, full of zest and unfailingly loyal.” Francesco’s advice includes the following helpful tips:
  29. NewsFeed
    Food Writers Continue to Be Confounded by Steak Details recently put out a list of “The Best New Steak Houses in America,” and it was not inaccurate. Most of the places across the country that delight enlightened meatheads made the cut: Cut in LA, Michael Mina’s butter-crazed Stripsteak in Vegas, and Robert’s (ill-served by an unrepresentative piece of choice beef in the picture) are indeed among the best going. But writers and diners alike are too happy to be served a big steak to gauge it accurately, which makes all steakhouse features unreliable at best.
  30. Mediavore
    Sam Mason Needs More Money; Hawaiian Tropic Zone Looking for Studly Men WithIn an effort to change its image as an “upscale Hooters,” Hawaiian Tropic Zone is hiring a beefy male staff “with personality.” [NYDN] Does Sam Mason need a new financial backer to open Tailor? Those delays cost major cash. [Down by the Hipster] China has formed a cabinet-level committee to monitor food safety but still calls the national coverage of tainted exports “viciously sensationalized.” [NYT]
  31. NewsFeed
    Patricia Yeo Leaving Sapa, Opening Rib House; Something About a MonkeyPatricia Yeo, whose precise, eclectic fusion cookery and painterly platings brought Sapa wide renown, has finally left the restaurant. A source tells us that she has made the decision to start her own place with Strip House owners Peter and Penny Glazier (she announced plans to quit in 2005), an as-yet-unnamed Asian barbecue place, emphasizing ribs, in the space currently occupied by the Monkey Bar. We’re not putting on the bib quite yet, though: There has been no official announcement or opening date given. Update: Yeo tells us that she will not be leaving Sapa as executive chef or partner (at least for now; our source believes it’s a matter of months): “I will probably be spending more time at Monkey Bar, at least pre-reviews. The main concept will be to resurrect old ideas, like ribs, with an Asian spin.”
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