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  1. Grub Guides
    Where to Eat and Drink in New York on the Fourth of JulyThe Dutch, Maison Premiere, the Gander, and more.
  2. Leftovers
    Montmartre’s Bastille Day Party; Cull & Pistol’s New Happy Hour MenuToday’s Leftovers.
  3. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Beets, Scallops, and CouscousPlus: sweet potatoes topped with buttermilk, and more, in this week’s roundup of healthy eats.
  4. Restaurant Agenda
    Dessert Line Cecil & Merl Debuts With a New Take on CheesecakeThe three-pound loaf comes swaddled in a bunkerlike layer of graham-cracker crust with pumpkin or lemon-ricotta filling.
  5. Openings
    The Mildred Opens Wednesday In Bella VistaThe majority of the dishes will be served in cast-iron Staub cookware.
  6. Coming Soon
    Details on The Mildred Come Into FocusThe new restaurant will have an American focus with some European influences.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Sixpoint Seeking Art; Take an Indian-Street-Food Cooking ClassPlus: Dave Martin of ‘Top Chef’ leaving the Meatball Factory, free coffee from the Roasting Plant, and more neighborhood news.
  8. Chef Shuffle
    French Laundry Vet Walter Abrams Will Helm Le Bec-Fin; Talula’s Alum GoingThe French Laundry vet will head Le Bec’s kitchen when the restaurant opens later this spring.
  9. Coming Soon
    ‘Simple and Rustic’ Russet Opening Next WeekThe owners were both farm-to-table practitioners long before it became just another restaurant cliche.
  10. Coming Soon
    Russet to Replace Ernesto’s 1521 CafeThe former James owners aren’t taking it over, but a couple of their proteges are.
  11. Empire Building
    Stephen Starr Moves Forward on New York Historical Society RestaurantOne of the two restaurants that Starr promised earlier this year appears to be making progress.
  12. Closings
    James to Close After Service SaturdayWe the restaurant was closing soon, just not this soon.
  13. Restaurant Shuffle
    Bummer in Bella Vista: James Gears Up to MoveThe restaurant which redefined dining in Bella Vista, is leaving for higher traffic and a neighborhood that’s more receptive to fine dining.
  14. Beer Me
    James Brews Up a Collaboration With Stillwater Artisanal AlesThe new collaborative beer will make its debut in April.
  15. Beefs
    James Protests Phillymag With Free BeerFeeling snubbed by an omission form Phillymag’s Top 50 Restaurants, James is exchanging free beer for copied of the magazine.
  16. Neighborhood Watch
    DBGB Hosts Beer-Tasting Tuesdays; James Offers Half-Priced BurgersPlus: The Souvlaki GR Truck plans to open a permanent location on the Lower East Side, Crif Dogs opens in Williamsburg, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  17. Trimmings
    Where to Have a Drink Near a FireplaceWhat bars and restaurants are heating things up with a fireplace.
  18. Neighborhood Watch
    Malaysian Truck Hits Midtown; Terroir Tribeca Does Lunch and BrunchPlus: Smith St. hosts a soup festival, and Top Café Tibet discontinues its breakfast menu, all in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  19. Foodievents
    Night Market Postponed; Starr Pop-Ups Are a Go, Rain or ShineNight Market is rained out, but the Oktoberfest Pop-Ups at Continental Mid-town are still happening.
  20. Menus
    James Rolls Out New Menus for SummerThe new menus debut tonight.
  21. Slideshow
    Preview Jim Burke and Max Brenner’s Chocolatey CollaborationBrenner is thrilled with the outcome and hopes to collaborate with chefs in other cities.
  22. Neighborhood Watch
    Karloff Comes to Cobble Hill; James Celebrates Wildflower WeekPlus: discounted wines at Smith and Vine, and a Calçotada Festival at Savoy and Back Forty, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  23. Bocuse D’Or
    James Chef-Owner Jim Burke is the Underdog at Bocuse D’orThe Philly chef will compete in the Bocuse d’Or USA Finals
  24. Mediavore
    Price of Jamón Ibérico to Double; Chickens Face Housing ShortagePlus: Michael Psilakis’s high-end deli, married restaurateurs, and more in our morning news roundup.
  25. New Brooklyn Cuisine
    So What Exactly Makes It New Brooklyn Cuisine?Both the Underground Gourmet and Frank Bruni have recently attempted definitions.
  26. Other Critics
    Frank Likes James; Becker Could Save Sheridan SquareWhat the other restaurant critics are writing this week.
  27. The Other Critics
    Two Stars for Perbacco’s ‘Prodigy’; A (Very) Mixed Review forPaul Adams at a sausage-fest, and restaurant girl on Convivio, in our weekly review roundup.
  28. The Other Critics
    Three Stars for Matsugen; Yerba Buena Turns Out to Be GoodJames drops the ball with one critic and scores with another (less influential) one, and more, in our weekly review roundup.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    César Ramirez Out at Bar Blanc; Prospect Heights EatsFiamma is so not like a French poodle in a Prada scarf, and Park Slope’s newest burger bar, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  30. Openings
    Prospect Heights Gets Restaurant UpgradeThe old-looking seasonal-American-restaurant theme moves to Brooklyn.