Jenna Jameson Does Chinatown; Nobu’s Fish Not That Exclusive

Jenna “ex-porn honey-turned-businesswoman” Jameson and Heatherette designer Richie Rich plan to open a nightclub/clothing shop in Chinatown next year called the General Store. [NYP]

Part-owner of the Waverly Inn and Maritime Hotel Eric Goode enjoys retreating to small-town Ojai in California. [NYT]

Nobu executive chef Mark Edwards reveals not only that the restaurant’s infamous black cod is actually sablefish (which is so not endangered), but also that he can’t stand the dish anymore after tasting it day after day. [Bloomberg]

Tasty, if grimy, Cuban coffee shop Sucelt on West 14th Street near Seventh Avenue is closing after three decades because it can no longer pay the rising rent. [Villager]

Thoughtful food gifts for your host like an artisanal loaf from Grandaisy or Jacques Torres chocolate bark will run you less than $20. [NYDN]

Win a New York Nostalgia Russ & Daughters smoked-fish-and-bagels platter from Ed Levine this season. [Serious Eats]

There’s a gingerbread-house display at the Marriott Marquis from December 3 through 19. East Coast culinary students whose work earned them floorspace also win externships at the hotel. [NYDN]

Jenna Jameson Does Chinatown; Nobu’s Fish Not That Exclusive