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Halloween

  1. Foodievents
    A Tale of Two Parties: Meltdown at Tavern on the Green and Success at Le CirqueThe police were eventually called to shut down a disastrous Tavern on the Green party.
  2. Hot Dogs
    Happy HotDogWeenA baby dressed as a hot dog! A baby dressed as a hot dog!
  3. User’s Guide
    DIY Treats for HalloweenSweet and savory recipes from chefs all over the country.
  4. Mediavore
    Pelosi Bill to Extend Menu Labeling; Honey Harvest Plummets
  5. Halloween Candy
    Chefs’ Favorite CandyL.A. chefs tell us what their favorite candy is to eat and pass out.
  6. Recipes
    HallowEats: Candy Corn and Pumpkin Seed Recipes From Chicago ChefsMark Mendez and Suzy Crofton share their favorite Halloween recipes.
  7. Candy
    The Sweet Side of Halloween: Chefs Share Their Favorite CandiesChicago’s chefs will happily throw it all in for a Kit Kat or peanut M&Ms.
  8. Halloween
    Treat or Treat? Chefs ID Their Favorite Candy“I’m such a candy freak. I eat anything - if it’s brand new, I have to go out and buy it.”
  9. Halloween
    HallowEats: Candy and Pumpkin Recipes from Barclay Prime, Osteria and CochonWhip up your own trick-or-treats
  10. Sweet News
    Sugar Babies and Peanut Butter Cups: Chefs Share Their Favorite CandiesBoston’s chefs are not precious about their candy choices.
  11. Neighborhood Watch
    Chocolate Show Starts Tomorrow; Payard Debuts New MenuPlus: a bargain menu at Convivio, and free food for Kids at Kefi, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  12. User’s Guide
    How to Eat Better Than the Dead for Dia de los MuertosWhere to eat during Day of the Dead/Dia de los Muertos.
  13. User’s Guide
    User’s Guide: Where The Pumpkin Is AtThese restaurants are serving up creative pumpkin dishes in L.A.
  14. Mediavore
    Wolfgang Puck .Food Suit Settled; Local Restaurant Owner Rumored to Have MJWolfgang Puck and the company behind .Food have settled their suit, while an unnamed local restaurant owner is rumored to have leaked copies of Michael Jackson’s autopsy photos.
  15. Mediavore
    A. Boschetto Shutters; Mario Batali’s Punderful HalloweenPlus: Starbucks/Dunkin’ lawsuit settled, and food stamps for Costco, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. Mediavore
    Mario Batali’s Punderful Halloween; World Series Leaves Restaurants EmptyPlus: Yankees steakhouse owner roots for rain, and Dunkin’-Starbucks lawsuit settled, all in our morning news roundup.
  17. Lists
    Venice and Los Feliz Named Best ‘Trick or Treat’ HoodsThe best neighborhoods for Trick or Treaters in L.A.
  18. Foodievents
    Rush Street Recreates ‘Thriller’ Video for HalloweenCulver City’s Rush Street is throwing a Thriller-themed Halloween party.
  19. Marketing Gimmicks
    Lula Cafe Is Going As ‘Zombie Doug’s’ For HalloweenThe Halloween dress-as-another-restaurant tradition continues.
  20. Foodievents
    Simon Hammerstein Unveils Something Scarier Than the Box’s Bottle PricesA haunted house!
  21. Halloween
    ‘Anne Burrell’ Haunts Centro Vinoteca’s KitchenWhat did Daniel Boulud, David Burke, and ‘Top Chef’ contestant Leah Cohen wear for Halloween?
  22. Cupmudgeonism
    Happy Halloween: Cupcake Contest Extended Till MondayResponses have been almost as overwhelming as overly sweet frosting. We’ll announce the winner next week.
  23. Mediavore
    Free Appetizers on Election Day; a Three-Day Bar CrawlAlso in our news roundup: Wafels & Dinges at your local supermarket.
  24. Recipes
    Don’t Waste Your Homemade Candy on Neighborhood KidsCandy recipes from Kyotofu, Gramercy Tavern, and the Dessert Truck.
  25. Mediavore
    Sweet Treats for Halloween; Slow Going at Chumley’sPlus: a disappointing season at the Red Hook Ball Fields, and free ice cream, all in our daily news roundup.
  26. Disaster
    Not-So-Lovely DayThe Thai favorite is closed after a three-alarm fire.
  27. Mediavore
    Food-Stamp Usage on the Rise; a Website for Bacon LoversFrank Bruni gets frustrated by Kurve, and candy-inspired cocktails for Halloween, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  28. Ask a Waiter
    That Number Melissa Barnes of Lotus Just Gave You? Probably Fake For the past year School of Visual Arts student Melissa Barnes has been a server at Lotus. The fashion and design major hasn’t met Jessica Stam there — she says the former hot spot has become “a tourist attraction, basically”—but the club has done something for her budding fashion career. “During Fashion Week Lotus has a bar in the tents,” she says, “So the bartenders that work there make friends with the security people. This year the security guys let us go into some of the shows.” So how does one sneak past the velvet rope at her place of employment? “It’s not hard to get in at all,” Melissa confesses.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Dialysis Center Space Will Get a Hot New Bar in ChinatownBedford-Stuyvesant: A Dunkin’ Donuts–Baskin Robbins double team coming to Nostrand Avenue is more than welcome. [Bed-Stuy Blog] Chelsea: The new Telegraphe Espresso Bar on West 18th Street not only boasts flat screens playing independent films, but the baristas form flowers in your foam. [Blog Chelsea] Chinatown: The Mondrian Hotel, in all its nightlife glory, will replace the Chinatown Dialysis Center on Lafayette, bringing damage to livers where there was once healing. [Down by the Hipster] East Village: Zum Schneider celebrates averting eviction with help from petitions by thanking customers with a free buffet and free beer from 5 to 7 p.m. tonight and tomorrow. [Gothamist] Flatiron: Shake Shack’s line-monitoring ShackCam is down. [Eater] Lower East Side: Taco Taco expands southward with a similarly thematic name: Móle. [Gothamist] West Village: Chumley’s landlord has a history of shoddy maintenance, making neighbors fear another collapse. [NYT]
  30. Openings
    The Roasting Plant’s Coffee Beans Dance Overhead In the increasingly competitive coffee-shop market, savvy independents keep searching for ways to trounce the Seattle Goliath. Some turn to rock-star baristas, others to the sanctity of their politically correct, sustainably grown beans. Roasting Plant, which opened last week on the Lower East Side, relies on new technology and Wonka-esque spectacle.
  31. User’s Guide
    Your Secret, Sneaky Method for Getting Into Singapore DayWe felt altogether flummoxed when we found that this Saturday’s Singapore Day festivities in Central Park, which included a major “hawker center,” filled with Singaporean street-food vendors, was sold out. Singapore is considered home to some of the world’s greatest street food, and it was going to be here in NYC, and we couldn’t get access? But now a crafty if unscrupulous correspondent has written in, suggesting a method of entry. “The event is filled up for non-Singaporeans. So I registered as a Singaporean national living in NYC. Their computer program cannot recognize and reject [non-Singaporean] names,” he tells us. We don’t answer for your success, or your conscience. We’re just passing along the info. Coming to America: The World’s Greatest Street Food [Serious Eats]