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  1. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Sake and Naked People; Oyster Special at Jimmy’s TonightPlus: beer, brats, and “oompah-pah” at t.b.d.’s Oktoberfest.
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    Sara Jenkins Pasta Tasting Monday; Scallion Pancakes at the Greenpoint FoodPlus: Metro Marché closes, and Shake Shack has horchata frozen custard, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  3. Openings
    A Closer Look at SD26, Designed Via Miraculous ConceptionSee a slideshow of the modern design and the food.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    The John Dory Owes $75,000; Café des Artistes Files for BankcruptcyPlus: Sagaponick opens in Flatiron, while Mayahuel celebrates Mexican Independence, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Stumptown Hits Midtown West; Signs of Life at CruPlus: Aldea does lunch, and Lesly Bernard opens Cantina Latina, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Brushstrokes May Open in JanuaryPlus: Harlem gets its own Zagat guide, and a new café at the Prospect Park Picnic House, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Preview Fatty ’Cue at Water Taxi Beach; Shake Shack Custard Imitator inPlus: New brunch items at Commerce, and exotic snow cones by Num Pang, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  8. Brunch
    Butcher Bay and 230 Fifth Join the Brunch BunchBiscuits and gravy! Chicken and waffles! And matzoh brei?
  9. The Great Outdoors
    230 Fifth Plans Rooftop-Party BrunchThe latest alfresco afternoon affair.
  10. Openings
    Bed-Stuy and Flatiron Get SpeakcheesiesTodd English and Milk & Honey vets are keeping the trend alive.
  11. Closings
    Sun Sets on LunettaThe Manhattan outpost of Adam Shephard’s La Lunetta was hopping at first, but apparently couldn’t hack it.
  12. Imposters
    It’s No Lillie’sA new Flatiron pub looks promising, but how dare it use the name of a bygone Red Hook favorite?!
  13. Fratiron District
    CB5 Gives Flatiron Gansevoort the Green-Red-Yellow LightNeighbors are upset over a color-changing façade, but CB5 has recommended a liquor license for the hotel’s four planned bars.
  14. Slideshow
    Can Pranna Be the Sapa of the Flatiron District?Chef Chai Trivedi took his inspiration from a six-month motorcycle odyssey across Southern Asia.
  15. Best Bar Ever
    Catch-22: Velvet Ropes and Foosball, Together at LastIt’s true! And apparently Matthew Broderick is a fan. This is the kind of hard sell we HAVE to share with you.
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    Pucker-Free Apple Cocktails at PDT; Barbounia’s Middle-Eastern Pastries toWhere to get a true Texas burger in Brooklyn, and fancy, organic Italian from the Sbarro folks, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  17. NewsFeed
    Gansevoort Guru Plans Rooftop Pool for Frat-iron DistrictLook out, 230 Fifth.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Boston’s Burgers Bow to New York’s; Tribeca Scores a Jerry’sCountry’s chefs start to bail and the grotesque cost of lunch at Ko, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  19. User's Guide
    Eleven Madison Park’s Website Has an Easter EggSadly, it’s nothing scandalous.
  20. NewsFeed
    Flatiron ’Wichcraft Adds Beer and a Roof DeckThings just get better and better at Tom Colicchio’s sammy chain.
  21. Ask a Waiter
    Morgan Peterson of Hill Country Says Y’all More, Eats Barbecue LessAnd sometimes she gets to take home free meat.
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    Vegan Dumplings at Rickshaw; Grand Street Gourmet ShuttersBrooklyn Heights feels the reverberations of an accused-con-man restaurant manager, and R&L restaurant sees another setback, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  23. Neighborhood Watch
    Le Cirque Alum Alain Allegretti’s Restaurant Opening in Two Weeks; DessertWhere in the world is the Dessert Truck, and BYOB Cambodian, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  24. Neighborhood Watch
    No Dancing at the Annex?; Where to Get Red Velvet Cake in Park SlopeBlue Ribbon comes to a bowling alley and more, in our daily local news roundup.
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Former Country Chef Out at Elizabeth; Choice Market Opening in DumboThe Sheridan Square review in the ‘Daily News’ won’t do you much good, and Dumbo gets a Choice Market, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  26. NewsFeed
    Sapa–Douglas Rodriguez Deal May Be on the RocksThe Nuevo Latino master may not be making his Nueva York return quite yet.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Patsy’s Pizza for 60 Cents in Harlem This August; Fresher Isn’tFrank Bruni picks restaurants for their looks, and Craftbar has some standout cocktails, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    Alain Allegretti to Possibly Open New Restaurant; Rayuela’s Street-FoodThe cool Greenmarket and the secret of the Spotted Pig burger, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  29. NewsFeed
    Resto: Now Hiring?Is chef Ryan Skeen out at Resto?
  30. Neighborhood Watch
    Food Vendors Back at South Street Seaport; First Word on 5 Napkin BurgerMilk samples, a “snakejaw” burger, and more local food news, in our daily roundup.
  31. Neighborhood Watch
    Colin Alevras Makes Cuban Moves; BBQ Truck Welcome on Beer IslandAsiate chef brings dumplings and shaved ice to Carroll Gardens, and a Shake Shack versus West Coast burger comparison.
  32. NewsFeed
    What the New San Domenico May Look LikeThe land of ghosts and ravioli.
  33. Neighborhood Watch
    Quality Meats Testing Its Own Ice-Cream Brand; Wild Bill Clinton Eats at HillArtisanal now serves serious steak and Oceana will have a raw bar when it moves, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  34. Neighborhood Watch
    The Return of NYC ICY; Chelsea’s Latest Wine BarMatsugen serves a wide range of Japanese treats, and not all best-sliders lists are equal, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  35. NewsFeed
    Future of Silver Swan (and Its Tranny Party) Is UncertainAn announcement about the fate of German-American restaurant Silver Swan will be made at what may be the last of its long-running drag-queen parties.
  36. Neighborhood Watch
    Sapa to Get Latin Makeover; Dorrian’s Inspires Preppies to SingWhere you can now find Vietnamese sandwiches in Tribeca and watching the Euro Cup at a beer garden, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  37. Neighborhood Watch
    Matsugen Is on the Way; How to Make Ribs Like Blue SmokeBrooklyn’s overrun by hooligans (as usual) and what goes into the Back Forty cocktail, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  38. NewsFeed
    Douglas Rodriguez May Be Headed to SapaDouglas Rodriguez may be coming back to New York — at Sapa, of all places.
  39. Neighborhood Watch
    L.A. Horning In on BBQ Block Party; Hallo Berlin Express Opens in MidtownGet your salsa on in Harlem or your cocktail on at SubMercer in today’s neighborhood food news.
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Meryl Streep/Julia Child Movie Shot Footage at Provence; Cipriani Boxing UpCorner Bistro doesn’t sound too good, Benoit gets its liquor license, and a rooftop opens for business in Midtown in today’s neighborhood food news.
  41. Neighborhood Watch
    New Beer Garden Near the Brooklyn Museum; John’s of 12th Street Installing aFlamenco nights in the East Village and Bruni’s favorite restaurants in today’s neighborhood food news.
  42. Neighborhood Watch
    Shack Shack Now Open Late; Pies Partner Cooking Lunch at Marlow & SonsCheck out the new menu at Freemans, Park Slope’s high-end, and discounted Mexican in today’s neighborhood food news.
  43. Neighborhood Watch
    Tequila Cocktails Come Out With the Sun; New Wine Bar in South SlopeApril Bloomfield’s sex in a tin and a margarita list just in time for warm weather highlight today’s neighborhood news.
  44. Neighborhood Watch
    Jerry’s Asian Opens Today in Tribeca; Gold-Plated Twinkies in GreenpointThe owner of now-closed Jerry’s opens an Asian restaurant on Chambers Street, a new shop in Greenpoint is selling newfangled twinkies coated in gold, and there’s still non-hyped ramen to be had in the East Village in today’s neighborhood food news.
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Bar Milano Opens, Predicts Star Rating; Bruni Dines at KoThe owners of Bar Milano have (very) high hopes for the restaurant’s success, Bruni’s cronies finally score an online seat for him at Ko, and a recipe for bread pudding from Gramercy Tavern.
  46. NewsFeed
    Hill Country Moves Beyond Briskets and SpareribsHill Country is expanding its menu beyond the stark Texas standards that established its reputation.
  47. Neighborhood Watch
    Hill Country’s Pit-Smoked Easter; Commerce Bartender No FoolEast Village: The dishes in Rhong-Tiam’s spice challenge (the prize for finishing the tasting menu is free dinner at a different Thai restaurant) aren’t as unbearably spicy as you’d expect, and the chef will give you a beer when you’re finished. [Gothamist] Flatiron: Hill Country’s serving up a pit-smoked Easter dinner this Sunday. [Strong Buzz] Fort Greene: A boatload of restaurants in the neighborhood are offering prix fixe dinners for $23 next week for Dine in Brooklyn, including Chez Oskar, Olea, and Scopello. [Clinton Hill Blog] Harlem: A reader feels that Slice NY severely underrates Patsy’s. [Slice NY] West Village: Commerce’s bartender deals adeptly with douche bags. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
  48. Back of the House
    Cheap Lobsters, Dancing Girls Join Gordon Ramsay As Harbingers of DoomSigns that a seafood restaurant may be in trouble, in order of severity: adding a $20 whole lobster to the menu; adding a free burlesque show; having Gordon Ramsay come into your restaurant to torment you for his reality-TV show, Kitchen Nightmares. We knew about number three, but now it turns out, via Metromix, that symptoms one and two have appeared at Black Pearl, the troubled seafood restaurant across from Hill Country. And you know what? Conditions sound pretty damn entertaining. As long as Ramsay, the burlesque show, and the lobster aren’t physically connected in any way. Black Pearl Lobster & Burlesque Tuesdays [Metromix NY] Related: Gordon Ramsay to Inflict ‘Kitchen Nightmare’ on Black Pearl
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    Sleek Rooftop Bar Coming to the UWS; Easter Supper Served in FlatironEast Village: Nomad on Second Avenue at 4th Street will spotlight Algerian wines and meze pairings for a month starting March 20, in honor of the restaurants third anniversary. [Grub Street] Flatiron: Lunetta will serve a prix fixe Easter supper that offers roasted-beet salad with fennel and orange, and braised rabbit with Robiola agnolotti. [Grub Street] Hell’s Kitchen: If the prices of your Broadway tickets get you down, a delicious, cheap meal at the new wine bar Gallo Nero is a good follow-up to a show. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Upper East Side: A new Persian restaurant called Shalizar is opening at 1420 Third Avenue between 80th and 81st streets. [Upper East Side Informer] Upper West Side: The Empire Hotel plans to unveil a China Grill Management–renovated rooftop bar by this May. [Zagat Buzz]
  50. NewsFeed
    Gordon Ramsay to Inflict ‘Kitchen Nightmare’ on Black PearlGordon Ramsay, apparently in the belief that New York will never tire of his angry-man shtick, has chosen to subject the Black Pearl clam bar to the patented humiliation of his Kitchen Nightmares series. Though we’d heard that Black Pearl was a candidate for the Ramsey treatment, recent word said the restaurant’s improvement had commuted the sentence. Guess not! Now there are trailers along 26th Street and managers at Hill Country (across the street) are both feeding the crew and being interviewed for background on Black Pearl. We never thought Black Pearl was such a disaster, though it was in a bad location for a clam bar. But then we don’t go around absorbing other people’s suffering as a way to feed our Galactus-like appetite for fame. At least, most of the time we don’t. Related: Gordon Ramsay Even a Jerk on Other People’s TV Shows
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