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Bar Martignetti

  1. Slideshow
    Closer Look at Brinkley’s, Now Serving Pheasant, Fowl, and Fried Mars BarsThe Martignetti brothers debut their reboot of Bar Martignetti.
  2. Openings
    Brinkley’s on the Brink: Your Very First Look at the MenuThe former Bar Martignetti reopens next week as a Minetta Tavern–style pub.
  3. Openings
    Glimpse of Autumn: Brinkley’s Goes for Industrial Victorian, Los FelizCheck out the proper Victorian door.
  4. Openings
    Fall Nightlife: Bar Martignetti, Bowlmor Change Things UpA carnival-themed nightclub and an English pub are among the many new nightspots coming in the fall.
  5. Community Boards
    Pera, Not Café Noir, Goes After Bar Martignetti SpacePlus, Don’t Tell Mama wants the Manor space.
  6. Mediavore
    Germany Bans GM Corn; Anheuser-Busch Looking at New YorkPlus: Marco Pierre White goes cruising and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Reopenings
    Café Noir Moving to Bar Martignetti Space?Is the Soho fixture planning a Le Souk–like party palace?
  8. Openings
    Subterranean-Lounge Trend Hits Pizza ParlourThe Niagara folks have soft-opened the Cabin Down Below.
  9. Reopenings
    Bar Martignetti Closes, Will Reopen With Different ConceptWill a new steak-centric concept affect its reputation as a chick magnet?
  10. Models and Bottles
    Bar Mar BacklashSouthside’s biggest fan is upset that the Bar Martignetti’s lounge is charging a $1,500 bottle minimum.
  11. Martignetti Madness
    Pressing Concerns: ‘Is Martignetti’s Ousting the Bro?’Members of a new ‘brocial networking’ site are worried about Anthony Martignetti’s Trinity/Middlebury ban.
  12. Slideshow
    Anthony Martignetti and James Willis Offer a First Look Into Southside, OpeningThe duo have transformed a preppy hangout into what they hope will be something a bit hipper.
  13. Reopenings
    Martignetti Madness: Bella’s, Formerly Known As the Belgrade, Will Now BeBar Martignetti’s downstairs lounge will reopen this month.
  14. NewsFeed
    Martignettis Close Bella’s, Make It MagesticSomething to do with the underage crowd?
  15. NewsFeed
    Anthony Martignetti Is Off the MarketThe Bar Martignetti proprietor will marry in September.
  16. NewsFeed
    Bar Martignetti Sponsors the Arts; 1 Oak Invades CanadaThe 1 Oak team is headed to Montreal to celebrate the F1 Grand Prix at Time Supperclub, and they want you to join them!
  17. NewsFeed
    Richie Akiva Isn’t Feeling Anthony Martignetti’s ‘ButterButter owner Richie Akiva probably won’t be attending Bar Martignetti’s I Can’t Believe It’s Not Butter party.
  18. NewsFeed
    Dream Match: Dentons vs. MartignettisJason Denton of Bar Milano charts his career from his humble beginnings as a Union Square Café waiter to his work at the helm of Lupa, ’ino, and ’inoteca.
  19. Celebrity Settings
    Ben Stiller Crashes a Party at Fiamma, Penélope Cruz Makes Out at Every Friday a notable New Yorker tells us where they’ve been eating, but where are the rest of them chowing down? Starting this week we’ll sort through the gossip columns à la Ils Vont (RIP) to tell you who’s been seen where (casual sightings only — boring galas, vodka launches, and pluggy appearances don’t count). We’ll eventually compile a ranking of restaurants most often visited by celebs. Not that you care about that sort of thing! Oh, but if you do, won’t you please leave your own sightings in the comments?
  20. Ask a Waiter
    Thomas Meaney Serves Your Future Husband at Bar Martignetti Thomas Meaney spent three years as a traveling actor before moving to New York this summer and becoming a waiter at Bar Martignetti, the wannabistro that for the past year has been the locus of the preppy pickup scene. Apparently the nightly balance of 60 percent women (by his estimate) has worked out for him so well he met his current girlfriend on the job. “We got to talking about the mac-and-cheese,” he recounts. “Later her friend said, ‘Here’s my friend’s number. She thinks you’re cute.’” We asked Thomas what else goes on amid the sea of pink shirts.
  21. The Other Critics
    It’s Final: Ramsay’s Dull; March Gets RomanticBruni goes to Gordon Ramsay and finds common ground with everyone else, saying it’s well executed, flawless even — and totally uninspiring. Even the paint is dull! (Two stars.) [NYT] In keeping with his recent interest in the international, Meehan visits a Romanian restaurant with garlicky spreads in Sunnyside. Still, despite the Sphinx, the place still doesn’t sound all that interesting. [NYT] March reborn as Nish: It’s more romantic, thanks to more intimate seating, exotic ingredients, and dishes that “broadly evoked the cuisine of chef Gray Kunz: international spices used with local ingredients and French technique.” Who isn’t doing that these days? [Bloomberg]
  22. Back of the House
    Taste of Arby’s in Fort Greene; Another Wine Bar, Burger JointFlo notices the new wine and drink lounges Rob and Robin mentioned, adds Unwined at Symphony Space to the mix. [NYT] Foie-foe councilman says it wasn’t a constituent’s call that made him think twice about proposing a ban. [VV] Bar Martignetti and its secret-ish underground lair now open to anyone who can’t get into La Esquina. [Thrillist]
  23. In the Magazine
    The Australian Invasion This week, Rob and Robin report on an unlikely but welcome addition to New York’s restaurant scene, Australian pub Sheep Station, which is located in Brooklyn’s version of the outback — between Gowanus and Park Slope. Perhaps our intrepid food editors are warming to Australia — they give Sheep Station a thumbs-up for its cool room and hearty dishes, and earlier this year, they penned “Australian for ‘Food,’” a primer on the nation’s cuisine. Also in Openings this week: East Village wine shop Tinto Fino, West Village bistro Cafe Cluny, and Soho brasserie Bar Martignetti. Openings: Sheep Station [NYM]