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Bouchon Bakery

  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Actress Camilla Belle Makes Lobster Lunches for Herself Because, Well, Why Not?“I was definitely raised in a kitchen.”
  2. Grub Guides
    35 Next-Level Holiday Delivery Options That Throw Your Party for YouSimply pick up the phone.
  3. Easter
    It’s a Good Year for Easter CandyHold onto your bonnet.
  4. Expansions
    Thomas Keller Considering Opening Another New York RestaurantThe chef says a “historic project” is percolating.
  5. The Grub Street Diet
    The Daily Show’s Samantha Bee Powers Through Lunch at“My death-row meal would be just all different kinds of potato chips.”
  6. Macarons
    It’s Happening Again: Macaron Day 2013 Is TomorrowFree macarons.
  7. Proofing
    Mighty Forces of Pastry Are Uniting This Weekend to Help Almondine BakeryThis is going to be one hell of a bake sale.
  8. Videodrome
    Thomas Keller Can Also Watch His Bouchon Kitchens at the Same TimeThe master chef gets all Big Brother.
  9. Sounds Good
    Thomas Keller Rolling Out Homey, Family-Style Meals at TWC BouchonKeller’s kitchen is putting out braised short ribs, roast chicken, and ribs with mac ‘n’ cheese.
  10. Sweet Teeth
    Here’s the Cover of the Upcoming Bouchon Bakery CookbookStock up on unsalted butter and white sugar now.
  11. Crucial Information
    Macaron Day 2012 … Is TodayFree macarons!
  12. Neighborhood Watch
    Circolo Is [Not] Closing Next Week [Updated]; Bouchon Bakery Reopens ThisAlso, the Pizza Hacker pops up at Vinyl.
  13. Temporary Closings
    Bouchon Bakery to Close for Post-Fire Remodel Next MonthThey’ll reopen, probably, by mid-February.
  14. Reopenings
    Following Fire, Bouchon Bakery Reopens With Limited HoursThey’ll be open daily from 7 a.m. to noon, until further notice.
  15. Fire Damage
    Early Morning Fire Damages Thomas Keller’s Bouchon BakeryThere’s no estimate as to how long the bakery may be closed.
  16. Mediavore
    Local Sommelier Wins National Honor; Pioneer Woman Just Got a Food Network Show
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Learn How to Hand-Pull Noodles, Get Pizza at Bouchon Bakery, and More
  18. Openings
    Bouchon Bakery Will Open in Beverly Hills This Month
  19. Lunch
    Thomas Keller Launching Takeout Lunch at Ad Hoc, Appropriately Called AddendumIt will feature the famous fried chicken.
  20. Openings
    Thomas Keller Shows Off Bouchon Bakery in Rockefeller Center, Open TodaySee the new digs as well as some of the offerings.
  21. Neighborhood Watch
    Bill’s Bar & Burger Celebrates National Burger Month; Bouchon Bakery OpensPlus: Rye offers happy-hour specials, Cascabel serves takeout tequila snow cones, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  22. Look Who’s Popping Up
    Bouchon Bakery Pops Up in Beverly HillsEven snobby dogs can get in on the action with foie gras biscuits.
  23. Gift Guide
    The Grub Street Gift Guide, Part 2: Expert PicksSam Calagione, Ruth Reichl, José Andrés, and more give us their holiday gift picks.
  24. Mediavore
    Times Calls Outer Sunset ‘Bleak’; Chicago’s Charles
  25. Coming Soon
    FarmShop’s Finally Coming In The Next Few WeeksJeff Cerciello’s super-sourced, Brentwood bucolic will open with executive chef Joshua Drew in the kitchen.
  26. Funnies
    Ad Hoc Celebrates Four Years With Crazy Swine CakeKeller asked Bouchon Bakery to whip up something cute.
  27. Empire Building
    Rock Center Gets Bouchon Bakery Next Year, Bill’s Next MonthThomas Keller will open an outpost of Bouchon Bakery with outdoor seating.
  28. Where to Eat
    Where to Eat Between Beers on St. Patrick’s DayThe Liberties, the Phoenix, and Bacar are all offering up Irish meal and drink deals.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Georges Gets a Soft Opening, a Ham Bar at Hogs & Rocks, and MoreGeorges soft-opens this week in the FiDi, Baker & Banker get approval for their sandwich counter, and Comstock Saloon gets a chef.
  30. Lists
    Country’s Best Doughnuts?The mag does a cross-country survey of doughnuts, but the Bay Area choices are a little haute for our taste.
  31. Rumors
    Keller’s Reps Deny Plans for New RestaurantBut the Feedbag says to expect one this fall.
  32. User’s Guide
    Celebrate Bastille Day in Continental StyleSan Franciso’s food obsession makes the holiday a natural around here.
  33. Not What I Ordered
    Bouchon FakeryBouchon Bakery can’t spare ONE tomato for its heirloom tomato salad?
  34. Neighborhood Watch
    East Village Brunch Favorite Closes; First Word on Brooklyn’s Latest Beer HallCheck out Bouchon Bakery’s bread benefit and Astoria’s new coffeehouse and bar, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  35. User’s Guide
    It’s an Especially Edible Easter This YearMuch as we enjoy Peeps (who doesn’t?), New York is a mighty big town, and there’s plenty of room for other, better Easter treats. Submitted for your approval, then: a slideshow of some of the best the city has to offer, from the likes of Jacques Torres, Bouchon Bakery, and One Girl Cookies.
  36. Celebrity Settings
    LeBron James and Anna Wintour Cozy Up at Waverly; Moby Makes Out at R BarWe weren’t surprised to read in “Page Six” today that Anna Wintour dined with LeBron James at the Waverly Inn. We passed their table on Tuesday, and when the ceilings are that low, it’s impossible to miss a six-foot-eight baller extracting himself from the center of a corner booth. James was patiently sitting next to the bathroom when we emerged, causing our waiter to remark, “You made LeBron James wait!” We couldn’t tell whether he was chastising us or congratulating us for no doubt costing the man a Benjamin of his time, but either way we felt a sense of accomplishment unknown since Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand queued up behind us at the Spotted Pig. The rest of this week’s sightings are heavy on the PDA.
  37. Neighborhood Watch
    Shacktoberfest! DeChellis Opening a Raw Bar in the West Village?Flatiron: Shacktoberfest at the Shack kicks off this Friday with live music and a special menu of brats, sausages, custard concretes in apple strudel and Sacher torte flavors, and artisanal beers. It will stick around through the 14th. [Eater] Fort Greene: Gnarly Vines at 350 Myrtle Avenue has unofficially opened and is hosting a free wine tasting tonight from 6 to 8 p.m. [Clinton Hill Blog] Midtown East: The owner of Bistro Le Steak has opened Bistro Desaret on East 56th Street near Second Avenue; the new place will be serving escargot and frog legs among other classic fare. [NYS] Upper West Side: Bouchon Bakery and Artisanal tie for best grilled cheese, but only Thomas Keller’s version made Levine’s article on the 22 sandwiches that will change your life. [Serious Eats] West Village: Don’t expect Josh DeChellis to start serving more than a couple of raw dishes a night at BarFry; he’ll need to save some recipes for the raw bar he might open up down the street. [Gotham Gal via Eater]
  38. Neighborhood Watch
    Sam Mason Is Hiring in SohoChelsea: Taste from over 400 wines plus eats from Alfama and Tintol at Vini Portugal, tonight at Pier 60’s Lighthouse. [Slow Food USA] Columbus Circle: Bouchon Bakery to beef up its menu starting tomorrow with the addition of Waygu sliders. [A Hamburger Today] Park Slope: Whole Foods marks its toxic territory. [The Gowanus Lounge] Soho: Sam Mason is hiring [Eat for Victory/VV] Tribeca: Mai House will launch a late-night menu of dishes under $10 served after 10 p.m. starting April 25. [Myriad Restaurant Group] Tonight, Centrico is closed for a private party. [Grub Street]
  39. The Underground Gourmet
    Sandwiches of the Week: In Celebration of National Grilled-Cheese Month Not that anyone needs to be reminded, but April is National Grilled Cheese Sandwich Month. In honor of this auspicious occasion, we bring you our picks for New York’s best grilled cheese, from Keller-crafted high to Kraft-oozing low.
  40. The Underground Gourmet
    Sandwiches of the Week: In Celebration of National Peanut MonthNational Peanut Month — like National Baked Bean Month (July) and National Accordion Awareness Month (June) — comes but once a year, and that means celebrating, Peter Pan salmonella outbreak notwithstanding. Our top five nut-butter sandwiches, below. 1. The Elvis at Peanut Butter & Co. Excellent peanut butter, honey, sliced banana, and optional (but recommended) bacon on white toast. Historical culinary note: In what might be the most famous case of the munchies, Elvis flew from Memphis to Denver on his private jet just to sample the progenitor of this fine sandwich, which was a loaf of Italian bread sliced lengthwise, a jar of Jif, a jar of jelly, and a pound of bacon. It was meant for sharing, but Elvis wolfed one down all by himself. 240 Sullivan St., nr. W. 3rd St.; 212-677-3995.
  41. In the Magazine
    Pork and Chocolate: Two Great Tastes …They used to say that you could divide the world into Paul McCartney people and John Lennon people. But you could as easily say that the great divide is between sweet and savory fetishists, the sweet tooth versus the meat tooth. Such is the conceit of Rob and Robin’s double-barreled Gift Finder feature this week. For one group, they suggest a bouquet of gorgeous pork products, ranging from Flying Pigs Farm slab bacon to Salumeria Biellese soppressata; and for the other, a nosegay of chocolates from some of the city’s most high-powered confectioners, including Bouchon Bakery and Chocolat Michel Cluizel. For the Chocoholic … [NYM] … And the Pork Fiend [NYM]