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Frederick's

  1. Closings
    Ro-Zu Closes (Again); The Village Belle Opens WednesdayRo-Zu looks as if it’s been emptied out, and Joey Campanaro and his brother Lou are ready to open Village Belle.
  2. Chef Shuffle
    Former Frederick’s Gets Name and ChefFor his Philly project, New York restaurateur Joey Campanaro is appointing his brother chef.
  3. Empire Building
    Kenmare’s Joey Campanaro Coming to Queen VillageThe South Philly-born chef will take over Frederick’s on South Front St.
  4. Openings
    Fredericks Sees New Life As Italian RestaurantThe duo behind the new La Goule make plans for another midtown spot.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    New Milk Bar in Prospect Heights; Chanterelle Says Adieu With JazzPlus: Reintroducing oysters to Jamaica Bay, and another Frederick’s closes, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  6. Mediavore
    Germany Bans GM Corn; Anheuser-Busch Looking at New YorkPlus: Marco Pierre White goes cruising and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. TV Land
    Queens Girl Makes GoodAn Astoria chef prevailed during last night’s episode of ‘Chopped.’
  8. NewsFeed
    Coming Soon: Chinese-Latin Dim Sum and Another Frederick’sA report from last night’s CB2 business-committee meeting.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Jody Williams’s Wine Bar Serving in the West VillageGreenwich Village: Send off truffle fever with a wine-sodden bang at Babbo’s December 3 Vintage series, which includes a white-truffle tasting menu with wine pairings discussed by Peter Jamros. [Grub Street] Hell’s Kitchen: Kyotofu is hosting a seven-course dinner-and-dessert sake pairing tonight at 7 p.m. [Grub Street] Midtown West: The Frederick’s space on West 58th Street will be transformed into Jour et Nuit, a French-American bistro offering, you guessed it, brasserie classics like croque monsieurs and moules frites. [Restaurant Girl] Soho: Fiamma is a little too liberal with its “Napkins of Shame,” which according to Bruni are a “bit of patchwork that makes the table look clean again” to the embarrassment of the messy diner. The critic was subjected to one himself while on a date. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] The Vosges bacon-chocolate bar is accused of not reaching its potential and tasting “more like the barnyard than the pig and more like the rubber tree than the cocoa pod.” [Chop Talk/Epicurious] West Village: Jody Williams is previewing her new enoteca and salumeria Gottino at Greenwich Avenue near Perry Street. [Eater] The chef’s main stage, Morandi, is also serving a Thanksgiving dinner of rosemary roasted turkey with fennel and bruschetta stuffing. Those looking for turkey alternatives can arrive early for regular breakfast. [Grub Street]
  10. Back of the House
    Two Starrs, Another Frederick’s, and More Tables at BabboThe latest comings and goings: Restaurants spawn offshoots, Stephen Starr throws a couple more chips down, and Babbo opens its basement. Regina Schrambling explains the insanity of our big-box restaurants to Los Angelenos: “Everything about the trend should feel wrong, but somehow it connects in this changing city.” [LAT] Starr “looking to do two more concepts” downtown: tapas and (hold your breath) another Asian. [NYP] The Flo chart: Dennis Foy, the man behind Mondrian and EQ, comes home to roost at Lo Scalco; Sushi of Gari, Frederick’s, Pastrami Queen, and Persepolis relocate or branch out; and more. [NYT] A profile of Compass’s John Fraser, just named a “chef to watch” by Esquire. [NYDN] Da Bronx snubbed by Zagat? [NYDN] Babbo now lets you dine in the wine cellar. [Eater]