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Espn Zone

  1. Openings
    Is Eataly Heading Into the Zone?Eataly looks likely to move into the former ESPN Zone.
  2. Mediavore
    In-N-Out Makes Most Fatty List; Bigmista’s Barbecue Draws CrowdsThe Double Double is deemed dangerous while Neil and Phyllis Strawder are building an empire.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    ESPN Zone Closes Tuesday; Fatty ’Cue Launches Weekend BrunchPlus: Daily classes at the New York Botanical Garden, and a wine dinner at David Burke Townhouse, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  4. User’s Guide
    Where to Eat Around the World and Watch the World Cup in L.A.Even if soccer isn’t your favorite sport, The World Cup offers a tremendous opportunity to try new cuisines.
  5. Endangered
    ESPN Zone Will Stay Alive at L.A. LiveDespite closures across the country, Downtown L.A.’s location will remain.
  6. Mediavore
    Eat Real Fest 2010 to Double in Size; Most ESPN Zones Are Closing
  7. Mediavore
    Good-bye, ESPN Zone; Michael’s Serves iPadsPlus: chefs refuse to go off menu, and manna appears on New York menus, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. The Other Critics
    Insieme Lauded (Except for Lasagne); Landmarc Squeaks ByThe Times finds Provence beautiful, romantic, and well-intentioned, but barely worthy of a single star. A major disappointment for the Marc Meyer/Vicki Freeman team, who had been on a roll with Five Points and Cookshop. [NYT] In the Post, Steve Cuozzo — judiciously taking the long-term view as usual — makes the case that Amalia, FR.OG, and Insieme, “the best new Italian restaurant since L’Impero,” have overcome weak starts to become some of the city’s strongest places. [NYP] Paul Adams gives yet another admiring review to Insieme, though he found the much-praised lasagne underflavored and disappointing. His favorite dish: a chamomile farfalle. [NYS]