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Central Park Boathouse

  1. Mediavore
    Ben & Jerry’s Supports Occupy Wall Street; Subway to Launch High-TechPlus: “C’mon down to the Central Park Boathouse,” says the HTC, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  2. Labor Disputes
    Central Park Boathouse Strike Comes to an EndDean Poll and the union reached an agreement at last.
  3. Labor Disputes
    Central Park Boathouse’s Dean Poll Agrees to Worker UnionizingThe month-old standoff shows signs of thawing.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Boathouse Strikers Prevail; New Vegetarian Menu at BrushstrokePlus: chocolate body painting, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  5. Canning
    Dean Poll: ‘No Good Deed Goes Unpunished’The Boathouse operator denies he fired a cousin over union issues.
  6. Fighting Back
    ‘Boycott the Boathouse’ Flyer Advises Would-be Patrons on Dining“There are thousands of restaurants in New York. Here are a few in and near the park. Please don’t go to the Boathouse.”
  7. Lawsuits
    Sexual Harassment at the Boathouse?Six current and former employees come forward.
  8. Beef
    Cuozzo Fears Loss of Tavern on the GreenThe landmark restaurant may be gone forever as of January 1.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Jude Law’s Magical Restaurant Tour ContinuesPlus, the rest of this past week’s celebrity sightings.
  10. Financial Woes
    Tavern on the Green Files for Chapter 11The Central Park institution owes around $2 million.
  11. Mediavore
    Tax Break for Dean Poll; Van Leeuwen Ice Cream Shills FashionPlus: Cesar Ramirez’s dream and discounts for Yelp reviewers, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Models and Bottles
    JE Englebert Plans to Turn Tavern on the Green Into Weekly ‘Disco’He and an “all star night club team” want to turn the hallowed grounds into a “trendy club.”
  13. Up for Grabs
    Trump, Cipriani, Meyer May Go After Tavern on the Green SpacePlus, more potential bidders on the $37-million-a-year cash cow are revealed.
  14. Mediavore
    A Walkout at the Boathouse, a Williamsburg ‘Bromance’Plus why Frank Bruni tuned out of ‘Top Chef,’ Tony’s Danza’a meatball recipe, and more, in our morning digest of news and gossip.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Green Nightclub Attempts to Save Chelsea From Being So OverBrooklyn Heights: Montague Street poised for burger wars as the chain Five Guys Famous enters the fray. [The Brooklyn Paper] Central Park: The Boathouse is open. [Eater] Chelsea: Jon B. will open the first green nightclub, trading the B crowds for the untapped alcoholic, occasional recycler market. [Down by the Hipster] Dumbo: A snapshot of La Bagel Delight makes a statement for Franco-American diplomacy. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: At Thai Me Up, a new revisionist báhn mì shop, sautéed vegetables and various sauces sub in for sriracha and the usual cold toppings. [The Strong Buzz] Red Hook: Vendors discover the “soft opening” at the ball fields; next weekend the full array of pupusas and meat on sticks should be available. [Brooklyn Record] Soho: Bon Anniversaire! Balthazar celebrates ten years of beautiful design and hot babes today and tonight with free Champagne. [House and Garden] West Village: Red-velvet cupcakes from Harlem’s Make My Cake now commuting to the new Southern Gourmet Pantry at 529 Hudson. [Blog Chelsea] Department of Health shutters Fedora; a sign claims the restaurant’s fixing its sink. [Grub Street]
  16. Mediavore
    Chodorow Makes Bold Claim on ‘Today’; Central Park BoathouseThe Central Park Boathouse has allegedly been scamming the city — hiding money and giving away meals. [NYP] Ollie’s Grill workers, claiming they are paid only $1.44 an hour, bring a federal lawsuit against the place. [NYS] Jeffrey Chodorow is back to business, promoting Kobe Club on the Today show. The highlight? “This beef actually lowers your cholesterol.” [MSNBC]