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The Palm

  1. Closings
    The Palm’s Original Second Avenue Location Is Closing Forever [Update]It opened in 1926.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Amy Schumer Parties at Tavern on the Green; Joe Jonas Grabs Waffles at SweetThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Lauren Graham Drinks Wine at Lunch Because It’s Christmastime“And we order steaks the size of our heads.”
  4. The Grub Street Diet
    Actor Andrew Rannells Keeps Warm With Hot Toddies and Lumberjack Breakfasts“I have the diet of an alcoholic 12-year-old boy.”
  5. Celebrity Settings
    Emma Roberts Fails at Cutting the Cronut Line; Beyoncé, Jay Z, and JustinPlus: Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis giggle at the Smith, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  6. Celebrity Settings
    Jay-Z and Beyonce at Gjelina; Britney Spears Dates New Dude at BanzaiKelly Rowland reportedly broke into tears on Abbot-Kinney following yet another stint as the singer’s third-wheel.
  7. The Feeding Tube
    The Palm Is Hiring, Goes On a New Reality-TV Show to Prove ItBring on the elimination challenges.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Burritos, Bars, and Burgers: Your Week in Neighborhood NewsIt was a meaty week in Boston restaurant news.
  9. Mediavore
    Sam Nazarian Keeps Tabs on The Bazaar; Wine Finds An EdgeThe hospitality entrepreneur claims the restaurant makes $13.5 million every year.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Chris Tucker Turns Up at the Palm; Guess Where Bourdain Ate?Tucker is latest star of the still-in-production ‘Silver Linings Playbook’ to dine at the Palm.
  11. The Other Critics
    Vettel Visits Paris Club; Bruno Checks in on The PalmThe seasoned critics review two very different restaurants this week.
  12. Mediavore
    Rising Food Costs Leading to Poverty; Man Shot Last Night at Palms Wendy’s44 million people have gone into poverty due to rising food costs, says The World Bank.
  13. L.A. Diet
    Porn Star Ron Jeremy Makes Perfect Omelettes, Knows More About Surf and Turf“I’ve been no stranger to food all my life. One look at my stomach and you go, ‘Yeah that’s Ron.’”
  14. Makeovers
    Old Dogs (the Palm, Oak Room) Learn New TricksNothing like a disco brunch for hedge-fund playboys to revive a tired legend.
  15. Eatiquette
    Is Your Table Delayed? Try Smashing Lights With Your ShoesYou could also try ripping up the reservation book!
  16. Mediavore
    Baseball Concessions Get Fancy; Where to Start a TabPlus: Flatiron gets a cheese factory, and a scary KFC sandwich goes national, all in our morning news roundup.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Cookies for Your Oscar Party; Taco-Eating Contest in Park SlopePlus, a Holi celebration in midtown east and the Palm opens at JFK Airport.
  18. Celebrity Settings
    Governor Paterson Eats Fried Chicken at Blue Water Grill; Wintour Does DaOur weekly roundup of who ate where.
  19. Mediavore
    Garden Cafe Shutters; The Olive Garden Is Why You’re FatPlus: no plastic-bag tax for New Yorkers, and Swiss bankers and Italian food, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. Beef
    Tribeca Condo Confronts ‘Odor Migration’ From the PalmWait, the smell of steak in your luxury apartment is a bad thing?
  21. Openings
    Palm Steakhouse Tribeca Gets Its MuralsBut where’s the beef?
  22. Mediavore
    PepsiCo Suffers When You Drink Tap Water; Pastas for High-Pressure TimesShopping for groceries with studly chef Gavin Kaysen in his neighborhood, and the future plans for Aureole, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  23. NewsFeed
    The Palm Coming to Chambers Street The Palm, having launched satellite steakhouses everywhere from Atlanta to Atlantic City, will soon have a third restaurant right here in the 212. The restaurant confirmed a tip that a third Palm is coming to the financial district — Chambers Street, to be exact. We’re still working on the address but thought you would like to know, because there aren’t enough steakhouses popping up in Manhattan these days. Related: Can Downtown Support Another Steakhouse?
  24. Mediavore
    Seinfeld Sued Over Cookbook; Goldman Employees to Eat SteakSneaky Chef author Missy Chase Lapine has sued Jerry Seinfeld for defamation after he called her a “wacko” in response to her allegations that his wife plagiarized her cookbook. [NYDN] The beloved Moondance Diner, which survived a trek from New York to Wyoming, has partially collapsed under the weight of fresh snow. [Casper Star-Tribune via Eater] Related: The Moondance Diner, Neglected in Wyoming, Now a Shell of Itself Commerce, chef Harold Moore’s forthcoming restaurant, is slated to open in February, but still no word on the cuisine. [The Feed/TONY] Related: Harold Moore of March to Take Over Grange Hall–Blue Mill Space
  25. The Underground Gourmet
    Steve Schirripa Has No Problem With Little Italy, Steaks In his new cable cooking show, Steve Schirripa’s Hungry (Lifeskool network, debuting December 6), Uncle June’s faithful manservant Bobby Baccalieri tours his favorite New York Italian kitchens and takes some sauce-splattered pointers from pals like Rao’s Frank Pellegrino and Peasant’s Frank De Carlo. Rob Patronite and Robin Raisfeld asked the man Tony Soprano immortalized as a “calzone with legs” to expound on his favorite pastime — eating on and off the set. There are a lot of cooking shows out there these days. What distinguishes yours from the competition? This is a real guy going into a real kitchen; I think after you watch this, you’re really going to learn how to make the meatballs from Rao’s. It’s a combination of talking, comedy, and how-to. Who does the cooking at home? My wife; I eat, she cooks. Which is why I’m doing this new show. They’re teaching me how to cook. In one episode, you spotlight the Mulberry Street restaurant Il Cortile. Do you think that Little Italy gets a bad rap? I think it does. First of all, it’s a lot of fun down there. There’s a lot of tourists, but Il Cortile is as good an Italian restaurant as any in the city.
  26. Mediavore
    Josie of ‘Top Chef’ Opens Restaurant; Schumer Opens a Second FrontJosie Malave’s restaurant Speakeasy in Clinton Hill has had its soft opening. [Eat for Victory/VV] One food editor learned some things from last week’s nose-to-tail feast Fergus Henderson–at–the–Spotted Pig including “Hung Huynh is much sweeter than the series might lead you to believe … Ilan Hall has a project up his sleeve … there’s no graceful way to eat a roasted pig’s head when Heath Ledger is sitting at the next table watching.” [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Related: Fergus Henderson to Cook Tomorrow at Savoy, Wednesday at the Spotted Pig Chuck Schumer has joined another foodie cause: In response to the recent Topps Meat contaminations, he has accused the USDA as being “toothless tiger” and plans to introduce legislation that would give the Department of Agriculture authority to close down plants that repeatedly fail inspections and order recalls. [NYP] Related: Senator Schumer Springs to the Red Hook Ball-Fields’ Defense
  27. Back of the House
    Ov-er-ra-ted! (Clap-Clap-ClapClapClap) The Post returned to an evergreen feature idea today, every editor’s best friend: the “overrated” list. Since our philosophy has always been to slavishly ape the Post in every way short of peppering our posts with the phrase “tot-slay suspect,” we thought we might add a few of our own. Since the Post didn’t limit itself to specific dishes at specific restaurants, we won’t either. Here are a few things that we find ourselves less than overawed with these days.
  28. NewsFeed
    Kinder, Gentler Palm Wants Your Gay Business Since 1926, the Palm restaurant chain has been feeding its mostly male clientele big steaks, big lobsters, and the big heads of famous people with those scribbly caricatures on the wall. But with the current steakhouse boom — and more competition — the owners of the Palm are trying to move the restaurant away from being an “old boys’ club.” On August 27, the Palm plans to introduce a multi-pronged marketing strategy to freshen up its image: That means targeting women (via salads with enticing, exotic-sounding names like Tequila Shrimp or Raspberry Lobster Tempura) and a younger set (look for bigger bars and ads on VH1).