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Virgil's Real Barbecue

  1. Celebrity Settings
    Rafael Nadal Takes Pete Wells’s Advice; Kate Upton Watches Football atPlus: Neil Patrick Harris eats barbecue, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  2. celebrity settings
    Miley Cyrus Loves Life at Electric Room; Simon Doonan Sips Vino at Il BucoPlus, Adriana Lima buys sweets at Sprinkles and Drea de Matteo hit Old Homestead.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    5 & Diamond Launches $5 Menu; Free Virgil’s Barbecue in Columbus CirclePlus: tapas in Carroll Gardens, and Italian breakfast classics at Salumè, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  4. Lists
    Checking In With the Feast RankJoeDoe ranks above Union Square Café?
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Ace Hotel’s Basement Bar Opens; Niagara’s New One Will Be CalledPlus: Kiss & Fly reopens with a bigger dance space, and more, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  6. RIP
    Carmine’s and Virgil’s Founding Chef Michael Ronis Dies at 60“He would sometimes hit five or six places a night, sampling everything on the menu that interested him.”
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Knitting Factory BK Opens in September; Free Ribs in Midtown TomorrowPlus: where to find cheap wisdom from a California peach farmer, and Bia Garden ready to show off its Asian beer and street eats.
  8. Mediavore
    Dinner for Two for Under $100; Seacrest Out (of Barbecue Sauce)Plus: a bailout for Parmigiano makers and a dress-code crackdown at Bouley, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Ribs Tonight in Midtown; $1 Tacos at ToloacheA new chocolate happy hour in the East Village, and Astoria’s version of Miami cool, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Whole Foods Blamed for Beetle Infestation on the Lower East SideBushwick: Too hard to keep organic? Resident and Blue Hill at Stone Barns alum Kelly Geary will purchase your share of produce from Community Supported Agriculture, turn it into weekly meals (and pies), then deliver it (citywide). Just join by the first week in June. [DailyCandy] Long Island City: New Greek restaurant Agnanti opens Memorial Day near the Astoria pool. [LICNYC] Lower East Side: Bowery Whole Foods blamed for beetle infestation in apartments at Avalon Christie Place. [Racked] Rumor mill set a-cranking with speculation that Keith McNally might turn an empty space on Essex and Canal into a Parisian brasserie. [Eater] Red Hook: The Added Value farm that employs South Brooklyn teenagers will be featured on a PBS series dedicated to sustainable food. [Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn] Times Square: You know that neon sign for Virgil’s? It’s a bowl of Chinese noodles. [Lost City] West Village: A photo ode to Blue Ribbon Bakery’s indulgent sandwiches. [Gothamist] Former fab Bungalow 8 bouncer Armin Amiri’s new club, Socialista, will have a little person named Anthony manning the door. [NYP]