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  1. First Look
    First Look at Maysville, the Manhattan Offshoot of Brooklyn’s Char No. 4The new spot opens on 26th Street tonight.
  2. Agenda
    Maury Rubin Opening Juice Bar in City BakeryHe plans to cold-press, pulverize, and blend ingredients seldom seen together, many of them from the nearby Greenmarket
  3. Agenda
    Russ & Daughters Offers New-Catch Holland Herring in Sandwich FormIt’s modeled after a popular Dutch street food.
  4. Agenda
    First Look at the New York Branch of Almayass, Bringing Basturma to the FlatironThe food and the space are meant to evoke eating at someone’s home.
  5. Agenda
    First Look at Brasserie Pushkin, Opening Next Week in MidtownA grandiose three-story paean to pre-Revolutionary food and ambiance.
  6. Agenda
    Back Forty West Opens Next WeekChef Shanna Pacifico’s menu is organized not sequentially, but by mode of consumption: “hands,” “fork,” “bread,” etc.
  7. What to Eat
    New Chef, New Location for KajitsuThe East Village kaiseki restaurant will showcase young Japanese cooks and relocate to midtown.
  8. What to Eat
    Eat a Three-Foot Num Pang on Super Bowl SundayBen Daitz and Ratha Chaupoly are offering supersize sandwiches just in time for the big game.
  9. Agenda
    Goat Town’s Mondays-Only Tex-Mex Menu a Hit With ExpatsOn the ticket: sopa de lima, barbacoa salad, cheese enchiladas, deep-fried “puffy tacos,” and house-smoked goat meat on Texas toast.
  10. Agenda
    Daniel Does TurkeyThe toque offers his first takeout Thanksgiving ever.
  11. What to Eat
    Big Nights at Left BankChef Laurence Edelman is cooking up the Italian baked-pasta showstopper known as a timballo.
  12. Agenda
    Staff Meals: Spotted Pig Launches ‘Little Piggy’ DinnersEach pork-centric repast explores the heritage of a particular restaurant staffer.
  13. Sweet News
    First Look at Zucker Bakery, Bringing Rugelach and Alfajores to the East VillageWith Mediterranean and Eastern European recipes.
  14. Agenda
    Fleisher’s Readies Itself for BrooklynStroller parking and artisanal cheese is involved.
  15. What to Eat
    Saltwater Taffy Latest Retro Treat to Get the Brooklyn Small-Batch TreatmentThink flavors like bergamot, peppermint, and vanilla.
  16. What to Eat
    Props to Pops at Marc ForgioneThe chef cooks up a Father’s Day tribute to his dad.
  17. Openings
    At Amorino, You Can Sample 22 Flavors of Gelato in One BiteThe Greenwich Village gelateria opens next week.
  18. Agenda
    American and French Fromage to Peacefully Cohabit at Épicerie Boulud,Anne Saxelby has collaborated with a master affineur on a Franco-American selection that will change four times a year.
  19. What to Eat
    Korean Mobile Kitchen Kicks Off Five Weeks of Free Lunch This Monday, StartingAlso, Kunjip’s kimchee fried rice and jeon from Don’s Bogam. All free!
  20. Agenda
    A Nose-to-Tail EasterDickson’s Farmstand Meats is selling milk-fed half-lambs.
  21. Sweet News
    Brownie PointsKermit Perlmutter wooed his wife with these super-fudgy specimens, now available retail on the UWS.
  22. Openings
    Team Sorella Branches Out With StellinaThe café should open in about a week.
  23. Slideshow
    David Burke Kitchen Checks Into the James New York Next WednesdayThe showman and chef gets a subterranean stage in Soho for his outsize creations.
  24. Agenda
    The Brindle Room to Serve Doughnuts Made Out of Mashed PotatoesWonder City Coffee & Donuts will debut in the restaurant’s dining room next week.
  25. Slideshow
    First Look at Hemant Mathur’s Tulsi, Opening Next WeekThe regional-Indian restaurant is named for the herb holy basil.
  26. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Spasso, Opening Next Week in the West VillageThe casual Italian spot has an open kitchen, house wines on tap, and a menu that stands out even in this pasta-crazed age.
  27. Slideshow
    First Look at Graffit, Opening Next WeekendTake a look at the space, and the menus.
  28. Agenda
    Mile End Will Serve Hanukkah LatkesThe Brooklyn deli is celebrating the Festival of Lights,
  29. Openings
    TaïmMobile Ready to RollThe West Village falafel shop is getting into the truck business.
  30. Openings
    Oolong-Awaited Harney & Sons Shop Opens TuesdayThe tea-maker will finally be opening a store in the city.
  31. Openings
    What to Eat at Millesime, Laurent Manrique’s ‘SeafoodPike quenelles and lobster pot au feu will be served at the new Carlton Hotel restaurant.
  32. Openings
    First Look at Lotus of Siam: Impressive Thai in the Former Cru SpaceThe best Thai restaurant in American is headed to Greenwich Village.
  33. Coffee
    Molto MochaA sweet, unique Italian specialty is available at — where else? — Eataly.
  34. At the Market
    A Whole Bunch of GrapesNew York State grapes are in at the Greenmarket.
  35. Booze News
    Toasts of the Town: Pegu Club’s Birthday All-Star MenuPegu Club showcases past original drinks in honor of their fifth birthday.
  36. Openings
    Out of the Shadows: New Freemans Diner Gets a NameTaavo Somer’s Freemans offshoot is a lighter, brighter space with soda-fountain drinks and serious fried chicken.