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  1. Best of New York
    The Absolute Best Spritz in New YorkLight and refreshing — and good enough to make you forget all about the carbonated white-wine nightmares of the ’80s.
  2. chef shuffle
    Benoit’s New Chef Is Risking Her Career to Make NYC Bistros More AmbitiousLaetitia Rouabah is now in charge of Alain Ducasse’s flagship bistro.
  3. best of new york
    The Absolute Best Bistro in New YorkGet your escargot on.
  4. Grub Guide
    17 Excellent Options for Mother’s Day Brunch in New YorkDel Posto, Il Buco Alimentari, White Street, and more.
  5. Grub Guides
    10 Charming Cassoulets to Keep You Warm This Week (and Beyond)How about some applewood-smoked jaggerwurst?
  6. Grub Guide
    Where to Celebrate Bastille Day in New YorkExpect a lot of Champagne.
  7. Leftovers
    Breakfast at Tiny’s; New Brunch Menu at Kin ShopPlus: Benoit’s cochon dinners, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  8. In Season
    In Season: Philippe Bertineau’s Provençal Bayaldi With Japanese EggplantThe slender, thin-skinned Japanese eggplant has few and tiny seeds, rendering it less bitter than most and well suited for this recipe from the Benoit chef.
  9. Giveaways
    Win a Signed Copy of J’aime New York by Alain Ducasse and DinnerAll you have to do is tweet.
  10. Leftovers
    Benoit’s Picnic Lunch Box; Free Coffee at Café Quatrième at the FourthPlus: a bottled cocktail at Prospect, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. The Grub Street Diet
    Alain Ducasse Loves Lafayette’s Chicken and Carbone’s Theatrics“Mid-recipe, we also snacked on toasted bread that had been used to soak up some of the fat from the sliced marrow medallions roasting in the oven.”
  12. Leftovers
    Benoit Hosts a Whole Pig Roast; Googa Mooga Adds Music PerformancesPlus: Scarpetta’s anniversary menu, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Drink Pisco to Benefit Share Our Strength; Bordeaux Tasting at The FrenchPlus: ‘Edible’ magazine’s Good Spirits event, voting on the fate of Brooklyn’s Whole Foods, and more neighborhood news.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Vinegar Hill House Is Giving Four & Twenty Blackbirds a Run for Its Pie; MarlowPlus: Chipotle opens in Tribeca, and more neighborhood news.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Korilla Offers Free Tacos at Launch Party; Kung Fu Bing Closes for RenovationsPlus: Fatty Crab hosts “An Evening of Mischief,” and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  16. Chef Shuffle
    Bertineau Moves From Balthazar to BenoitPierre Schaedelin is out at Alain Ducasse’s bistro.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Seersucker Launches Brunch; Benoit’s Summer Rosé SpecialPlus: TriBeCafe introduces lunch, and Stan’s Place opens under a new name in Boerum Hill, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  18. In the Magazine
    Platt Takes on Bistro de la Gare, Revisits Benoit; Pie Grows in BrooklynAlso in this week’s magazine: three new openings, and sunchokes are in season.
  19. Neighborhood Watch
    Soho’s Lusso Closes; the Wright to Host EventsPlus: Easter brunch at Benoit, and Sunburnt Calf opens on the UWS, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  20. Beef
    Cuozzo Diagnoses Alain Ducasse With Inferiority ComplexWhy did the French master put London’s restaurant scene above New York’s?
  21. Slideshow
    Sundaes in New YorkThe ten most creative ice-cream sundaes of summer.
  22. Celebrity Settings
    Oprah’s Appetite for Junk Food Knows No BoundsYour weekly roundup of where the pretty people went to eat.
  23. The Other Critics
    Bruni Sees Aldea As ‘Something of a Deal’; Freeman and SuttonPlus: Steve Cuozzo on the rebirth of Benoit and Robert Sietsema on Watty & Meg, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  24. Eatiquette
    Keep It CleanA couple of reasons to mind the rules of restaurant hygiene.
  25. Mediavore
    Restaurant Week Could Run Through February; Nathan’s at Risk on ConeyPlus: Holiday Cocktail Lounge reopens and Benoit’s new chef, all in our morning news roundup.
  26. Menu Changes
    Benoit ReduxPierre Schaedelin tells the Feed what he has changed at Benoit.
  27. Temporary Closings
    Winter BreaksA trio of restaurants are taking time off this month.
  28. Chef Shuffle
    Former Martha Stewart Chef Who Is Now at Ducasse Recommends Former Ducasse ChefTony Esnault is Martha’s new personal chef.
  29. Beef
    Alain Ducasse Blames American Ignorance, Journalists for Benoit’s RockyAdam Platt and others failed to educate us in the ways of French food.
  30. Mixology Madness
    Benoit’s Classic Bar Embraces Experimental CocktailsA French bartender comes to New York to create some new cocktails.
  31. The Other Critics
    Bruni Likes Vegan Food More Than He Thought; Benoit Still BadPlus: Critics revisit Freemans, Union Square Café, and Home, in our review roundup.
  32. NewsFeed
    Is Adour Chef Tony Esnault Out?That could be one reason the restaurant took an extended August vacation.
  33. NewsFeed
    Cuozzo Hammers the New Wave of Absentee ChefsThe ‘Post’ puts Pelaccio, English, and company on watch for leaving their kitchens in lesser hands.
  34. Neighborhood Watch
    New York School Coming to East Village; Financial District Giddy Over Fresco toOne more reason to wish you could get into NYU’s Chick-fil-A, and the nice food coming to Harlem, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  35. The Other Critics
    Benoit Ekes Out One Star From Bruni; Cuozzo in Love With AlloroRichman likes Hundred Acres (Restaurant Girl, not so much), and Cheshes on Scarpetta, in our weekly review roundup.
  36. Neighborhood Watch
    Bruni to Take on Benoit; Diner Makeover in the BurgSag Harbor represents in the Hamptons and a recipe from One If by Land, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  37. In the Magazine
    A Mid-Summer Bouquet of SurprisesGelato for Windsor Terrace, black bass for your grill, and a bagel for Benoit.
  38. The Other Critics
    Bar Q Steals Two Stars; a Split Decision on BenoitDiffering verdicts on Benoit, the Bar Boulud review that Daniel dreamed of, and Cabrito gets hit with the “I can get better tacos on the street” card, in this week’s review roundup.
  39. The Other Critics
    Ago Gets the Bruni Bagel; Richman Sky-high on ScarpettaEverything that could go wrong did at Ago for Frank Bruni.
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Tickets Still Available for Taste of the Nation; Jean-Jacques Rachou CooksThe Pioneer Inn space is to become the Brooklyn Ice House and the Randolph might expand in today’s neighborhood food news.
  41. Mediavore
    More Meat-Plant Trouble; Marco Pierre White Can Live Without the MoleculesPlus: Gordon Ramsay speaks French, Arianna Huffington longs for food in Venice, and more in our morning roundup of food news and gossip.
  42. VideoFeed
    Overheard: Bistro BenoitWhat did the early customers at Benoit think of Ducasse’s new bistro? We asked them.
  43. Mediavore
    Danny Meyer in Harlem; El Morocco in Washington HeightsDanny Meyer might open a café in Harlem, what Grant Achatz did when he was diagnosed with tongue cancer, and a new incarnation of the legendary El Morocco.
  44. In the Magazine
    Wylie Dufresne Creates a New Hot Dog for PDTCabrito and Benoit open, Wylie Dufresne makes a hot dog, and Rob and Robin bring news of BarFry’s replacement, Cabrito — all in this week’s issue.
  45. Mediavore
    De Niro to Open Nobu Hotel; Start Stockpiling Food TodayRobert De Niro will put an outpost of the Japanese restaurant in his financial-district hotel, ‘Law and Order: SVU’ featured a locavore villain this week, and consumers are starting to stockpile food again.
  46. The Other Critics
    Ko’s First Non-Rave Finally Arrives; One Star for CommerceKo isn’t really all that to one critic, Benoit gets off with a bang, and Commerce takes a one-star hit from Frank Bruni this week.
  47. Mediavore
    Ducasse Dines at Brasserie Cognac; Don’t Eat Too Many Soft-shell CrabsAlain Ducasse was seen dining at his competitor’s restaurant, pecorino is free this weekend, and beware the mercury levels in soft-shell crabs.
  48. Mediavore
    Meehan Talks ‘Times’; Benoit OpensBenoit opened yesterday, Peter Meehan discusses who should replace him at the ‘Times,’ and beer shortages loom.
  49. NewsFeed
    Brasserie Cognac Gets a Jump Start on Ducasse’s BistroThis week marked the opening of Brasserie Cognac de Monsieur Ballon (henceforth known simply as Cognac), the new Serafina restaurant.
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    Ducasse to Open Benoit in One Week; Picholine Honors ‘South Pacific’Alain Ducasse will unveil his replacement for Brasserie LCB next Monday, Terrance Brennan is loosening up for spring, and Kyotofu imports Japanese mountain peach for its new menu.
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