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Time Out Drops a Star

We welcome the magazine to the exciting world of five-star reviewing.

By Carolina Bolado

Picks and Pans

Slice disagrees that the Artichoke pie is a classic; Metromix picks their favorites of the year.

By Daniel Maurer

Grayz GM Stabbed in Mob-Related Attack

Grayz GM George Atterbury was stabbed by razor-wielding attackers, but is doing well. Police are still looking for the perpetrator, who is thought to be connected to the mafia.

David Chang on the Secret of Ko: ‘We Have No Idea’

David Chang never claims to be a mastermind; he’s just treated that way by the food press. Or maybe he is a mastermind, and that’s all part of the plan. We can never tell. Anyway, he couldn’t be much more frank than he was with Time Out New York today: “Everyone thinks I’m bullshitting when I say this: We have no idea what the fuck we’re doing.” But if that were true, would he really say it? We still can’t figure it out. David Chang to descend from heavens…again [TONY] Related: Grub Street’s complete coverage of Momofuku Ko

Shake Shack Reopens Today; Fabio Trabocchi's Last Meal

Sweet 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]

Tony Bourdain's Kitchen Is Just Like Yours; New York Chefs Cook for 50 Cent

Self-styled badass chef Tony Bourdain plays 20 Questions, revealing that he lives with his wife and daughter on the Upper East Side these days — “proximity to Baby Gap is a priority” — and has a kitchen that is “small and functional and very crowded with baby food, cat food, a few essentials.” [Chicago Tribune] Frank Bruni takes a moment to sort through the piles of food-related tomes that landed on his desk this year, finding his favorites to be David Kamp’s The Food Snob’s Dictionary and the recently released Secret Ingredients: The New Yorker Book of Food and Drink. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Related: David Kamp Adds Two More Entries to the Food Snob’s Dictionary A recent NYU grad is suing Times Square club Arena for $2 million over a June incident in which he was overcharged by $1,000, beat up by the bouncer, and arrested for not buying enough alcohol. [NYP]