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  1. Mediavore
    McGinnis In at Philly Kitchen Share; Alfalfa Sprouts RecalledPlus: PETA amasses shares, and KFC gets a new slogan, all in our morning news roundup.
  2. Mediavore
    Trump, Cipriani Group Eye Tavern on the Green; Serpico Busted for ConcealedPlus: the city’s best-looking waitstaffs, and PETA amasses shares, all in our morning news roundup.
  3. Mediavore
    Tourism in the Tenderloin?; Locavorism Hits Australia
  4. Mediavore
    Yelp Lawsuit Grows; Food Truck Operation Offers ChallengesNine more businesses join a legal battle against a restaurant review site and mobile caterers complain about their jobs.
  5. Mediavore
    Wine in Mason Jars?; Hooters Is for Sale
  6. Mediavore
    Phillipe’s Patriarch Dies; New Vodka Claims Health BenefitsA French dip classic is run by a new generation while an adult libation comes with vitamins.
  7. Mediavore
    How to Get Your Celery Salt Badge; Hooters is on the MarketPlus: Sodas respond to Obama’s nutrition initiative, and stormy seas at Food Network Magazine, all in our morning news roundup.
  8. Mediavore
    Hooters For Sale; Bronx Gets New SupermarketsPlus: turnover at ‘Food Network Magazine,’ and umami in a tube, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Mediavore
    Dunkin’ Executive Sues; Hooters for SalePlus: the truth about aphrodisiacs, and McDonald’s sales soar, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. The Chain Gang
    Hooters May Come to BrooklynIt’s not just a silly rumor anymore.
  11. Mediavore
    Padma Lakshmi Offers Baby Gender Clues; Russia Sets Higher Price on VodkaPadma Lakshmi offers hints to her baby’s identity and Russia makes a move to curb alcoholism.
  12. Mediavore
    Costco Protects Sarah Palin; Teacher In Trouble for Hooter’s TripTomatoes hidden for Palin’s safety and a teacher takes an ill-advised field trip.
  13. Mediavore
    Salmon Spawning in Sewage; Schoolkids Visit HootersPlus: a German company’s employee-accessible wine cellar, and lobster price-fixing in Maine, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. Mediavore
    City Considering Grading Restaurants; Beatrice Inn Scouting New LocationsPlus: The Russian Tea Room’s chef gets slapped with a sexual-harassment lawsuit, and Arizona kids go to Hooters on a field trip, all in our morning news roundup.
  15. Mediavore
    Boston Market Founder Dies; A Very Hooters Field TripPlus: the chemistry of champagne, all in our morning news roundup.
  16. Mediavore
    Health-Care Reform Includes Menu Labeling; L.I. Hooters Get SuedPlus: Sonic founder dies, and Europe’s eel population slips, all in our morning news roundup.
  17. Mediavore
    Cooking with Wood is Back; Twitter to Make Wine
  18. Mediavore
    Barstow Starting a Farmer’s Market/Car Lot; Rubio’s Considers a BuyoutThe desert will get a farmer’s market and swap meet, while Rubio’s chain is considering a possible sale.
  19. Mediavore
    Mezcal on the Menu; C’est Bon’s New ManagementPlus: the return of canning, and an UrbanSpoon upgrade, all in our morning news roundup.
  20. Mediavore
    Killer Fish In Lake Michigan; Canning’s Day In The SunPlus: Hooters adds a bowling alley; are Froot Loops a healthy choice?
  21. Mediavore
    Canning Is Back; Bacon Battle in the Meatpacking DistrictPlus: new partners for Artichoke, and a noisy bar in Park Slope, all in our morning news roundup.
  22. Celebrity Settings
    Madonna’s East Village Tour Includes Bourgeois Pig and Eastern BlocAnd everywhere she goes, Jesus goes, too.
  23. Foodievents
    Five Food Events to Fill the WeekendThese are the five best food events this weekend in L.A.
  24. Breastaurants
    Ridiculous Rumor: Is Hooters Landing in Brooklyn Heights?If it happens, how will Hooters appease the New Brooklyn Cuisine crowd?
  25. Neighborhood Watch
    Wise Hooters Girls Loose in Midtown West; Gael Greene Down With ParkBoerum Hill: The owners of Gravy have surrendered the struggling space to their adjacent beer garden Trout and are now serving “fish shack fare.” [Brownstoner via Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Carroll Gardens: Nino’s Pizzeria on Henry Street has closed, possibly another victim of Lucali’s favoritism. [Bergen Carroll] Fort Greene: iCi is hosting a winemaker dinner on October 25 with guests Emmanuel Guillot-Broux from Macon and Laurent Tibes of Clos des Camuzeilles in Languedoc. [Grub Street] Long Island City: Central restaurant and bar is hosting Greek Aid on Friday to raise money for victims of the country’s recent fires. [Joey in Astoria] Midtown West: Hooters unveiled its 2008 calendar last night where the cover girl had these wise words: “I started off with a small picture, then split the back cover with another girl, finally made it to Ms. February and now I’m on the cover. I’ve made it. I’m at the very top of my profession.” [Gawker] Upper East Side: “There is definitely a slightly Home Depot feel to the AvroKO switch on Park Avenue: the screw-on wall panels, the tacky little leatherette placemats … the reversible chair backs’ upholstery reversed…” But Gael Greene loves it anyway. [Insatiable Critic]
  26. The In-box
    Getting Your Goat; What’s Your Problem With the Hawaiian Tropic Zone?Letters, we got letters … Dear Grub Street, I just read your “review” of David Burke at the Hawaiian Tropic Zone … You the writer sound so uptight that you actually need to spend some time at a strip club. According to your article, the place is worse than Hooters. I am shocked at your lack of objectivity. The restaurant is actually a classy concept that mixes beautiful women with great food and drink. Give it a chance before you go for the jugular. I would like to think of New York Magazine as being fair. Not single-minded and judgmental based on your own insecurities! Loosen up! Mark, The item you’re referring to wasn’t a review, but in any case, you’ve got us all wrong. We LOVE the Hawaiian Tropic Zone precisely because it is such a crass idea. David Burke is a great chef, and there is no way the place can fail. Go for the jugular? We would invest in the Hawaiian Tropic Zone if we could! Yours, Grub Street