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Alice's Tea Cup

  1. Change
    Flatiron’s Cupcake Cafe Is Now Alice’s Tea CupFrom frosting cupcakes to steeping tea.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Apple Loves SweetiepieGwyneth Paltrow’s favorite kid-friendly restaurants.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    Discount Wine in LIC; Find Love at the Park Slope Co-opClinton Hill: Some rejoice to find that the rumor of a Starbucks on Myrtle will not become reality. [Clinton Hill Blog] Long Island City: Vine Wine is discounting cases by 15 percent. [Joey in Astoria] Murray Hill: Lines are still out the door at the 2nd Avenue Deli. [Eater] Video: Overheard at the 2nd Avenue Deli [Grub Street] Park Slope: Co-op members are getting frisky on Craigslist. [Eat for Victory/VV] Upper East Side: At Alice’s Tea Cup, the waitress will give you wings to wear while you sip, if you’re into that sort of thing. [The Upper East Side Scene] White Plains: BLT Steak just opened at the Ritz-Carlton here, so no need to come to Manhattan for dinner anymore. [Journal News]
  4. The New York Diet
    Leven Rambin Consoles Herself With Chocolate After the Daytime Emmys In addition to playing the autistic teenager Lily Montgomery on All My Children, Leven Rambin, the face of Caressa jewelry, has been a party fixture ever since she moved from her mom’s house in Connecticut to a place on the Upper West Side. When making the scene, she skips the hors d’oeurve. “After working from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m.,” says the 17-year-old, “the last thing I want to do is go to the gym. So I try to eat light.” That is, except for those addictions to peanut butter and protein bars — and the occasional serotonin-boosting chocolate splurge.
  5. Three Blocks
    Docs and Journos Get the Greenmarket and Kosher Classics Around 70th andThe micro-micro-neighborhood centered around 70th Street and Columbus Avenue boasts upscale haunts and casual wine bars for private-practice doctors, ABC staffers, and Apple Bank employees, while the area’s cozy cafés cater to freelancers and thirtysomething stroller-pushers.