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  1. The Grub Street Diet
    Teresa Giudice Has Never Had to Diet, Says All That Matters Is Family and Food“Sunday dinners always remind me that I have a great husband, four healthy daughters, and that everything else is all materialistic and… who cares about it.”
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    Beba Launches Late-Day Brunch; Egyptian Espresso Comes to Ditmas ParkPlus more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    Get a Piece of Bed-Stuy’s Farm Share; 10,000 Free Cups of Coffee inPlus, new French-Caribbean in Prospect Heights, and a punk dream bar in Park Slope?
  4. 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.
  5. 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.
  6. Slideshow
    A First Look at Spina and Its FoodInside the East Village’s new “fresh pasta house.”
  7. Back of the House
    Chef Patti Jackson Is Served First‘I’m really bossy.’
  8. In the Magazine
    Platt’s Deadliest CatchPlatt goes on a fugu hunt in Japan, the Robs tell of a spate of Village openings, and Commerce gets reviewed in this week’s issue.
  9. User's Guide
    Where to Go for Restaurant WeekNew York Restaurant Week is coming round again next month (January 24–25 and January 28–February 1), and today the reservation lines open up. We’ve always loved the whole concept, even though at some restaurants you get a simplified menu that may not do the place justice. But what’s great about the deal ($24.07 for lunch, $35 for dinner) is the chance it gives you to try places you might not otherwise get to if you had to pay full fare. Who rolls the dice when they know they’re looking at dropping two bills at the end of the meal? But at these prices, you can afford to see where you stand on places you may only have read about. Think of it as an introductory trial offer. We would recommend the following:
  10. Tables Available at San Domenico; A Voce Mostly BookedIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Gourmet Italian.
  11. NewsFeed
    Rare Lini Lambruscos Have LandedWe’re taking the loss of the spaghetti-slurping Soprano family hard, but comfort, in the form of an ultrarare specimen of Northern Italian wine, is at hand. Lambrusco, a sparkling wine from a red grape of the same name, comes from Emilia-Romagna, where its refreshing effervescence cuts the richness of hearty regional dishes. Until recently, a méthode champenoise variety — fermented in the bottle, that is, like Champagne — was not known to have been poured in New York, let alone stocked on shelves.