Psilakis Moving Kefi to Better Space; Chodorow Moving Wild Salmon to a Better Place

Michael Psilakis is moving Kefi into a bigger and better space not far from its current location. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

Jeffrey Chodorow’s plagued seafood endeavor Wild Salmon is rumored to close before the New Year. [Eater]

A list of restaurants for Christmas Eve and day dining includes traditional picks like the Café at Country and Allen & Delancey, and more unique options like a Scandinavian Christmas Eve feast at Aquavit and dim sum from Chinatown Brasserie. [Restaurant Girl]

Lovable duo Bourdain and Ruhlman are at each other’s throats again: See the bloodbath tonight at the latter’s Union Square Barnes & Noble appearance. [Ruhlman]

David Chang gave the recipe for his infamous pork buns on Martha Stewart last week. Oh, and Ko is now not supposed to open until January. [Gluttonist]

More Bourdain news: He’s libertarian. [The Grinder/Chow]

Obama left a nearly 50 percent tip for breakfast with Mayor Bloomberg at New York Luncheonette on East 50th Street, which happens to be two blocks from Hillary Clinton’s Senate office. [NYP]

The man stabbed and killed last week at Duvet may have been a member of a crime ring called “the Street Family” who go to Manhattan clubs with rapper Fabolous “identifying entertainers, athletes and others who are wearing [expensive] jewelry and ambushing them just outside a club or anywhere they are vulnerable.” [NYP]

A young father was killed and his brother wounded at popular Columbia hangout Radio Perfecto after a shooting broke out over a stolen libation. [NYP]

Psilakis Moving Kefi to Better Space; Chodorow Moving Wild Salmon to a Better