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  1. collaborations
    What to Eat on St. Patrick’s Day: The Katz’s and Black Tap Reuben BurgerAvailable for one weekend only.
  2. Grub Guides
    Where to Eat and Drink in New York on the Fourth of JulyThe Dutch, Maison Premiere, the Gander, and more.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    George Clooney Celebrates New Film at No. 8; Sarah Jessica Parker Grabs CoffeePlus: Tons of celebs at the opening of Tao Downtown, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  4. Chef Shuffle
    Pastry Chef Julie Elkind Leaves DelicatessenThe reality-television player had been on the job for four months.
  5. Leftovers
    Perilla’s Monday Night Spring Menu; Meatball Slapdown at the BrooklynPlus: The Cleveland opens its outdoor garden, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  6. Chef Shuffle
    Julie Elkind Leaves ESquared Restaurants, Goes to DelicatessenShe’s also part of a new show.
  7. Closings
    Say So Long to DelicatessenNo explanation was offered for the abrupt closing.
  8. Menu Changes
    Where to Eat For PassoverSupper, Zahav, Delicatessen and more are rolling out special dishes for the holiday.
  9. Chef Shuffle
    Delicatessen Gets a New ChefThe new chef says she’s been Jewish all her life.
  10. TV Land
    OMG, Gossip Girl at Delicatessen Right Now!The restaurant will be closed for the rest of the day.
  11. Menus
    Delicatessen Has Your Deep Fried Fix for HanukaRuben spring rolls and deep fried kosher dills are just a few of Delicatessen’s miracles of the oil.
  12. Deals
    Before You Fast, Feast at DelicatessenFrom noon until sundown, Delicatessen will offer an unlimited feast.
  13. Menus
    Where to Eat for Rosh HashanahWhere and what to eat for the High Holidays.
  14. What to Eat
    What to Eat for Dinner at Delicatessen, Launching TonightChanukah Salmon and pastrami-studded mac and cheese are on the menu.
  15. The Other Critics
    ‘Shut Up and Listen’ at Han Dynasty; A ‘Revelation’ atRounding up the region’s restaurant reviews
  16. Openings
    DiBruno Wine Bar Delayed; One More Five GuysBurgers keep on coming while a wine bar gets pushed back
  17. Openings
    Waverly Inn’s John DeLucie Will Open the LionThe Waverly Inn chef and memoirist sets out on his own.
  18. Celebrity Settings
    John Mayer Rendezvous with Taylor Swift at Nobu, Bags His LeftoversPlus: Pete Wentz buys dinner at Beppe and Michael Stipe brings a group to Emporio, plus more in our weekly roundup of boldface dining.
  19. Closings
    Zoë Will Close After Nearly Eighteen Years“Can oh-so-fine but unfabulous survive?”
  20. Celebrity Settings
    Todd English Drinks Away the Pain; Jane Lynch Gets Frisky Over DinnerYour regular roundup of where the pretty people are getting their calories.
  21. Lists
    Ask the Experts: The Best Delis and Chinese Food in TownThe authors of two recent books, one about delis and the other about Chinese food, name their faves.
  22. Celebrity Settings
    Lourdes Has Her Birthday at Delicatessen; Penn and Blake Do Billy’s BakeryOur weekly roundup of where the pretty people are eating.
  23. Slideshow
    What to Eat at Macbar, Now Serving Mac StroganoffA first look at Delicatessen’s long-awaited macaroni-and-cheese annex.
  24. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Alba Drinks at Schiller’s; Bourdain Has Dessert at Michael’sPlus: Drew Barrymore and Justin Long hang out a lot.
  25. TV Land
    Scott Conant Asks Delicatessen’s Chef to Serve Edible ProductAnd more from last night’s episode of ‘Chopped.’
  26. Celebrity Settings
    C-List Sightings: Turtle at Delicatessen, Sopranos at DBGBAnd Freemans thinks Delicatessen is “so L.A.”
  27. Openings
    Macbar Finally Shows Its FaceDelicatessen’s macaroni-and-cheese concept is ready for the end of June.
  28. Foodievents
    Monkey Town Pairs Pig Parts With Swine CinemaWatch ‘Animal Farm,’ eat pig spleen.
  29. The Other Critics
    Fatty Crab Amuses Bruni; Cuozzo Expects Much From La Fonda del SolPlus: Ryan Sutton on Monkey Bar, Gael Greene on Bar Artisanal, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  30. The Other Critics
    Delicatessen Still Taking LumpsThe latest critic is ‘The New Yorker.’
  31. Recessionomics
    Delicatessen by the Numbers: 1,749 Cocktails, 300 Sliders, 4 Pork LoinsWhat customers ordered during a single week.
  32. Openings
    Franklin Becker Confirmed In at Abe & Arthur’sHis menu will be “built on the foundation of American bistro classics.”
  33. Design
    Delicatessen Wins Unlikely Design Award’Travel & Leisure’ ignores Delicatessen’s much-maligned food and praises its look.
  34. Menu Changes
    Delicatessen Reveals New Menu Shaped by Franklin Becker (La Frieda Sliders?Can Becker and Lotus honcho David Rabin save the place from the critical ravaging it got?
  35. Lists
    Highly QuestionableDid you know the skirt steak at Delicatessen is one of New York’s top ten best entrées under $25?
  36. Mediavore
    Everybody Hates Delicatessen; Cooking-Themed Video Games Are on the RisePlus: a push for landmarking the Rainbow Room, and the pizza choices of ‘Gossip Girl’ characters, all in our morning news roundup.
  37. Crime Scenes
    Messin’ With DelicatessenThe owners of Delicatessen have finally given official word about the police activity there yesterday.
  38. Crime Scenes
    Cops Be Stressin’ at DelicatessenThere was mysterious police activity at the eatery everyone loves to hate.
  39. In the Magazine
    Apiary Agrees With Platt; Guide to Japanese CandyAlso in the magazine: a recipe for Pacific saury, Platt on Apiary, and a new dessert for the pumpkin-averse.
  40. Chef Shuffle
    Reuben Fritters in Danger: Michael Ferraro Takes Over at DelicatessenWill it be enough to warm foodies to the people-watching palace?
  41. Menu Madness
    Designer MenusDelicatessen’s oh-so-hip Terry Richardson menus are in. Padma makes a cameo.
  42. Troubled Times
    Sour Economy Continues to Inspire Food JournalistsOne tries to bargain down the price of a slice, another suggests knockoff restaurants, and Flo Fab tells us, again, how restaurants are dealing with the these troubled times.
  43. Ask a Waiter
    Ryan Hanover Minds the People-Watchers at Delicatessen‘The majority of my friends are actors and models.’
  44. Beef
    Today in Burgers: Vacuousness and Wild DisagreementsWith the plummeting market comes an intensified interest in cheap comfort foods.
  45. Other Critics
    Bruni Blasts Delicatessen; Apiary Looks Good, Tastes MehAlso in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews: I Sodi, Libertine, JoeDoe, and Five Napkin Burger.
  46. 4 O’Clock Wok
    Clock TeaseDelicatessen says it won’t go 24/7 for a few months.
  47. The Other Critics
    Bruni Amused by Elizabeth; Convivio Continues to ImpressFun wine gadgets at Clo and a bit of Bangkok in Brooklyn, in our weekly roundup of restaurant criticism.
  48. NewsFeed
    Someone Is Really Pissed Off at DelicatessenUrine trouble at Boat Bar, too.
  49. NewsFeed
    BunBelieveable! Bun Goes 24/7, Repeats Nutso Free-Food PromoBun beats Delicatessen to the 24/7 punch.
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    “Beak to Tail” Dinner in Greenpoint; Chef John Schaeffer LeavesRestaurants may soon be fined for wasting A/C output by leaving their windows open, and get your lima beans, in today’s neighborhood food news.
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