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The Odeon

  1. Fireside Chats
    Eighteen Bewitchingly Self-Deprecating Moments From Keith McNally’s MarthaPlus: Balthazar London may be a no-go?
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    A Cooking Class at ‘21’ Club; Teany Reopening on the Lower East SidePlus: A vodka taste test tonight in the Financial District, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  3. Openings
    What to Eat (and How to Act!) at Ward IIIA look at the cocktail lounge’s menus, and its ten commandments.
  4. Slideshow
    A First Look at Ward III, Serving Bespoke Cocktails in TribecaOdeon, Grace, and Macao vets plan to serve food till 4 a.m.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Hispanics Bringing Good Food to the Hamptons; Ditmas Park Getting a New Bar andThe best lemony cocktails and another restaurant ice cream cart, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  6. 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.
  7. NewsFeed
    The Odeon Is Still Goin’ OnRadar wonders whether it’s the new Michael’s of lunch spots.
  8. The New York Diet
    Designer Steven Alan Hungers for Cowboy Cookies After Jellied Squash Yes, Steven Alan, the man who New York says “reinvented the button-down for artfully ruffled hipsters,” conducted his phone interview with us over brown rice at M Café in Los Angeles (he’s there to sort out the details of his upcoming Hollywood store, while scouting out a location for another store in Venice, where he went to high school). But that doesn’t mean he isn’t a New York eater at heart. He grew up here and lives in Chinatown, where he indulges in Malaysian noodle breakfasts and Shanghai dumplings. We asked him what he ate around town during a frenetic week of preparing his men’s and women’s lines for his first ever Fashion Week presentation.
  9. Restroom Report
    Admiring the Geishas in Megu’s Loo Before Morimoto, before Buddakan, before Buddha Bar, before Megu Midtown, there was — well — Megu. Sure its star has faded (there was that sexual-harassment suit and such), but no one can argue that the $6 million interior isn’t still fresh — just like the toro tartare! Look at the mirrored diorama, outside the restroom, that reflects an Oriental lamp and a flower display into infinity: Way cooler than Morimoto’s mirror installation, right? But what about the rest of the restrooms?
  10. Restroom Report
    Keith McNally: A Restro-spective As we noted when we toured the restrooms at Morandi, Keith McNally has pissed away a great deal of money to make his restaurant lavatories the gold standard. When Morandi failed to hit the mark, we were truly bummed, so to restore our faith in the master (and to make sure we weren’t remembering his previous works through Clorox-colored glasses), we decided to embark on an epic stall crawl of McNally’s previous loos, from Pravda’s Commie commodes to (pardon our French) the shitters at Schiller’s. Come flush with us.