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  1. reboots
    Bar Jamón’s New Spanish Menu Includes Beef Tartare and Potato Chips With CaviarThis is the first overhaul of the restaurant since it opened in 2004.
  2. Openings
    Boston Import O Ya Is New York’s Newest Omakase OptionThe 18-course tasting menu costs $185.
  3. Restaurant Review
    Restaurant Review: At Little Park, Andrew Carmellini Cooks for HimselfAnd at Upland, Justin Smillie tries to go home again.
  4. Openings
    What to Eat at UplandPasta, pizza, and bone-in aged steak.
  5. Openings
    What to Eat at elan, David Waltuck’s Comeback RestaurantSeafood sausage, potato pot-stickers, and chicken potpie.
  6. Closings
    Original SushiSamba Location Closes at the End of JuneCue the funereal version of the ‘Sex and the City’ theme song.
  7. Closings
    Defonte’s Closes Its Manhattan Location for Good Next WeekendThe developer’s plans don’t include keeping the sandwich shop around.
  8. Slurp
    Maialino Serving ‘Roman’ Ramen Through MondayIt’s got porchetta instead of chashu.
  9. Closings
    Wildwood Barbecue Closing This WeekendNo more bacon-topped doughnuts.
  10. Closings
    The Caulfield in Gramercy Has Been Closed for a WhileThat’s the whole trouble. You can’t ever find a place that’s nice and peaceful, because there isn’t any.
  11. Openings
    The Stand, a Comedy Club and Fancy Restaurant, Is Ready for ActionFunny food.
  12. Curd It Through the Grapevine
    Bedford Cheese Shop Manhattan Bows SaturdayFive thousand square feet of cheesy fun.
  13. Openings
    Tommy Lasagna Coming to GramercyThe restaurant will likely not be operated by a fictional baseball coach and budding restaurateur from Brooklyn who is friends with the Super Mario Brothers.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Ralph’s Famous Ices to Gramercy; Bloomingdales Gets Its Very Own MagnoliaPlus: another outdoor-dining option, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Half-Off Lunch at Osteria Morini; Beer Table Arriving in Grand CentralPlus: a candlelit Earth Day dinner, a guacamole contest, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    A Throwback French Booze Party at Astor Center; Alex Guarnaschelli Hosts aPlus: Ralph’s Famous Italian Ices comes to Manhattan, a special at Union Square Café, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  17. Neighborhood Watch
    Stellina Opens on Lower East Side; Telepan Prepares a Swine-Centric Tasting MenuPlus: a four-course dinner with wine pairing at Treehouse, free eatz in midtown, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Trilby Opens in Cooper Square Hotel Tomorrow; Lloyd’s Carrot Cake ExpandsPlus: a taste of Brazil’s Carnival seaon, a Northern Italian wine tasting, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  19. Openings
    First Look at La Follia, From the Team Behind Irving Mill and CandelaSuzanne and Mario Riva try again in the Gramercy area.
  20. Openings
    Soledad O’Brien’s Favorite Sandwich Comes to MidtownPiccolo Café opens its second location.
  21. Temporary Closings
    Veritas Unceremoniously Fires Entire StaffA sign in the window promises a “new and exciting” Veritas come fall.
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Gelato at Grom; Dollar Oysters at BoboPlus: Tequila shots for moms at Rodeo Bar in Gramercy, and a lecture on stir-fry at the Museum of Chinese in America in Soho, all in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  23. Openings
    What to Eat at Curry Hill’s Latest Vegetarian-Indian Offering, BhojanThe owner of Dhaba and Chola takes over the Saravana Bhavan Dosa Hut space.
  24. Openings
    Meat Markets: Stock Exchange–Themed Bar Hits GramercyMarket demand will determine the price of your chicken wings.
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Kimberly Hotel Adds Winter Rooftop; Mimi’s Hummus Opens a Wine BarPlus: Dram is already showing potential, and Venetian food for a cause at I Trulli, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    Boogaloo Brunch in the ‘Burg; Da Cake Spott DisappearsPlus: a wine tasting with Mario Andrion and a new restaurant from La Sirène’s Didier Pawlicki.
  27. Slideshow
    First Look at Polar Lounge and Its VIP ‘Polar Caves’The Marcel Hotel introduces a subterranean lounge, $17 cocktails, and food from ‘inoteca.
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    Heated Rooftop Comes to Manhattan; Tao Tailgates With the GiantsAnd more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Kampuchea Expands; Beer Garden for Myrtle Avenue?Plus: Greenpoint Market expands, and free food at i Trulli, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  30. Openings
    Danny Meyer’s Maialino Opens TomorrowA look inside Danny Meyer’s trattoria.
  31. Neighborhood Watch
    Maialino Poised for Friends-and-Family; Gramercy Alum Leaves Lot 2Plus: “Thriller” at Bagatelle, and Thanksgiving food and wine at Bottlerocket, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  32. Neighborhood Watch
    DBGB Expands Bar Service; Monster Pizzas Not Scared of Bleecker StreetPlus: Blondies temporarily closes, and more, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  33. Truckin’
    Le Gamin Truck Parks Outside of Joe Jr.: Too Soon?Plus, we still have Joe Jr. in Gramercy.
  34. What to Drink
    Is Bosco Chocolate Soda a Thing of the Past?Really? Nobody likes a carbonated chocolate beverage?
  35. Openings
    Mari Vanna, a New Spot for Caviar and Horseradish VodkaA swank newcomer in Gramercy.
  36. Spot Check
    ’Inoteca Downtown Still Hotter Than Uptown?We hit both at 1:30 a.m. on Friday night.
  37. Openings
    What to Eat at ’Inoteca and Liquiri Bar, Opening Right This SecondThe Bar Milano remake is complete!
  38. Menu Changes
    Houston’s Is Turning Japanese (a Little Bit)The meat-and-potatoes chain will add a sushi bar sometime in the next month.
  39. Chalk Bored
    You’ll Never Forget Ponty Bistro (Unless You Leave Really Drunk)A look at the charming signage outside a French-African newcomer.
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Almost Half-Off at Picholine; Brunch Comes to the General GreeneDanny Meyer is importing San Fran’s Blue Bottle Coffee, and Jim Mamary continues to colonize outer Brooklyn, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  41. Neighborhood Watch
    Food-Cart Turf Wars; Wii at Wildwood
  42. NewsFeed
    Have Models Turned Rose Bar into the World’s Fanciest High SchoolAccording to one blogger, a turf war has erupted.
  43. The In-box
    Ess-a-Bagel Customer Demands: ‘Stop the Scooping’A friend of Grub Street has alerted us to a trend among her fellow females that is as disturbing to bagel lovers as the whole “Jack and Diet” thing is to anyone who takes drinking seriously.
  44. Neighborhood Watch
    Sweet Melissa Brings Specialty Sundaes to Cobble Hill; Tasting Room on LastWhere to sample a whole new world of frozen-yogurt flavors in the West Village, and where to find free burgers and beer in Astoria, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Miss Favela Sambas Into Williamsburg; Q&A With Gordon Ramsay’s NYC Go-ToGramercy’s latest BYO spot, and why you should buy your BBQ Block Party fast passes now, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  46. Neighborhood Watch
    Michael White’s Favorite Junk Food; Cabrito’s Spicy MartiniWildwood Barbeque wants to know who you are before they make your reservation, and the next restaurant from a Bouley alum, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  47. Neighborhood Watch
    Rose Bar Blossoms With Beautiful Women; Pizza Prices Rise in BensonhurstFind a recipe for pea shoots and a $5 wine tasting in today’s neighborhood food news.
  48. Neighborhood Watch
    Bar Milano Merely Weeks Away; Winegasm Hopes to Avoid Schism in AstoriaWinegasm has a terrible name but a good location, Fedora is truly old-school, and Bar Milano isn’t far off.
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    Litchi Brownies Turn Up in Gramercy; Cassoulet and Cornmeal Cake in TribecaBoerum Hill: The ricotta that Lunetta sous-chef Betsy Devine makes with help from Rachel Mark from Hudson Valley Fresh milk would make for a great locavore cannoli. [Gothamist] Gramercy: Amai Tea and Bakehouse (and its dessert blogger owner, Kelli Bernard) makes a mean litchi brownie. [NewYorkology] Midtown West: Pure Food and Wine’s Matthew Kenney has transcended “‘tastes good for healthy food’ expectations” at his fast-food organic restaurant, Free Foods NYC, which is “like a Vermont country store” on West 45th Street. [Restaurant Girl] Tribeca: Cercle Rouge is adding cassoulet, potatoes cooked in duck fat with garlic and porcini mushrooms, cornmeal-orange blossom cake, and other dishes from their chef’s native Toulouse from March 3 to 9. [Grub Street]
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    David Waltuck on Cooking in Tribeca for 30 Years; Clover Club Coming to CarrollCarroll Gardens: The Clover Club — the Smith Street cocktail spot from the Flatiron Lounge people have a sign up. Getting close! [Off the Presses] Gramercy: Shockingly, for some cooked-food enthusiasts, “some of Pure’s dishes, and not just obvious things like salad, are downright delicious.” [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Greenwich Village: Somebody told somebody that a bartender at a new bar told him that Keith McNally may have put a $1 million bid on Minetta Tavern. [Eater] Hell’s Kitchen: Video of Dave Martin concocting a special Valentine’s Day gelato to serve at Crave. [Snack] Tribeca: David Waltuck “first got behind the stove [at Chanterelle] — and set the restaurant on its path to becoming one of the city’s most cherished — before he was 25 years old. He’s now 53.” And ready for a Q&A with Frank Bruni. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] West Village: Grom is totally coming to Bleecker Street, and they’re accepting applications now for a March opening. [Eat for Victory/VV] Was Beatrice Inn raided and shut down last night? [Down by the Hipster]
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