Yep, 66 Going Soba; Trans Fats on the Run in Long Island

66 will become Matsu Gen in “late spring” and specialize in soba noodles. [NYT]
Related: Vongerichten May Deep-Six 66, Serve Sushi and Soba Instead [Grub Street]

Landmarc, in the Time Warner Center, is wildly inexpensive relative to its location and the restaurants around it, and Steve Cuozzo is predicting boffo business. [NYP]
Related: Will Landmarc’s Downtown Cool Play Alongside Its Ritzy New Neighbors? [Grub Street]

Think you’ll get your lard fix in Long Island? Not so fast: Nassau County is planning a trans-fat ban. [Newsday]

Zone Chefs founder turns out to be a Colombo-family associate and is pleading guilty in federal court to extortion in a “pump and dump” stock scheme. [NYP]

It’s a veal renaissance out there, thanks to new and more humane methods of production. “Veal becomes more flavorful if it’s allowed to walk around,” Stanley Lobel says. [NYT]

Things are looking rosy for Brooklyn Brewery as it won national beer contest — though it’s not so popular in the Atlantic Yards. [NYS]

A Milk and Honey–style cocktail bar will be installed next to Crif Dogs. [Eater]

Yep, 66 Going Soba; Trans Fats on the Run in Long Island