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Webster Hall

  1. Celebrity Settings
    The Beckhams Brunch at Balthazar; Nicole Richie Chows Down at Old HomesteadPlus, Kirsten Dunst eats at Sant Ambroeus, Bar Refaeli at Jezebel, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  2. Mediavore
    Speakcheesies Still Popular; Restaurant Crime Wave in Park SlopePlus: The Hold Steady shill for ‘Top Chef Masters,’ and money troubles for Webster Hall, all in our morning news roundup.
  3. Community Boards
    CB3 Approves Taqueria With Basement D.J.’s for Suba SpacePlus, more from last night’s meeting.
  4. Foodievents
    Wine Tasting and Webster Hall, an Unlikely PairingSample over 100 wines while learning about technology tomorrow night.
  5. NewsFeed
    Webster Hall Builds Party-Performance Space While Galapagos ReopensYes, there’s a faux lake at the new Galapagos, too.
  6. Mediavore
    Young Republicans Party at Bowery Wine Company; Skip Steakhouses forPlus Chop Suey’s partnership with “Milk Honey,” a chef raised by hippies, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
  7. Mediavore
    Webster Hall Landmarked; Bruni Bestows Honor on BostonRest easy, as Webster Hall is safe at last, highly desirable restaurants exist in both Boston and Philadelphia, and food companies finally learned to court bloggers. Especially weird niche ones.
  8. Openings
    Webster Hall’s New Project Will Include Over-the-Top Vodka BarDaily Intel has the scoop on Hudson Terrace, the nightclub and catering hall Webster Hall’s owner Sean McGarr is opening on 46th Street in November. His partner in the $3 million venture, Michael Sinensky, tells us that in March he’ll bring a Russian vodka and caviar lounge (with a separate entrance and operating hours) to its basement. Sinensky, inspired in part by his Russian wife and in part by Red Square in Atlantic City, says customers will be able to select from over 100 vodkas stored in a transparent walk-in fridge — including, he hopes, a Russian one exclusively distilled for the lounge. The interior will be what he describes as “real over-the-top, like communist Russia back in the day. Lots of gold and arches. We’re planning on putting old Russian uniforms around the place.” Pravda, you’re on red alert. Related: Webster Hall Owner Spending $3 Million to Open a Nice, Quiet Place