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Jimmy’s No. 43

  1. Leftovers
    Bocuse d’Or Fund-raising Dinner at Atera; Free Ice Cream at Big GayPlus: an all-pie dinner, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  2. Trendlet
    New York Sour: Tart, Tangy Flavors Rule the FoodscapeFor a species that naturally gravitates to sugar and fat, we seem to be going through a decidedly sour phase.
  3. Restaurant Agenda
    Cassoulet Cookoff Returns to Jimmy’s No. 43One bright spot in the mid-January gloom: a three-day cassoulet binge.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Friedman and Bloomfield Eyeing Oliva Space; Falai Panetteria Back in BusinessPlus: BCD Tofu House in Koreatown closes for good, Chinatown will have its own Restaurant Week this year, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  5. Neighborhood Watch
    Midnight Madness Specials at Black Market; Meet Zakary Pelaccio at FattyPlus: Soup and Bread’s free cookbook launch party, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  6. Foodievents
    New York Brewers Pour Their Hearts Into Japan ReliefPlus: Is Japanese food safe to eat?
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    Junoon Debuts Lunch Menu in Flatiron; Clinton St. Baking Co. Celebrates PancakePlus: Perilla extends Restaurant Week, Octavia’s Porch offers delivery service in East Village, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Pan American Does Late Night in Nolita; Make Your Own Sushi in MidtownPlus: a cassoulet cook-off, Energy Kitchen plans to expand, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Victory Café Closes in Boerum Hill; Peri Takes Over Former Essex Ale HousePlus: Moldy Fig plans to open this month, the Taim Mobile Truck serves sabich, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Drunken Dragon Festival at Macao; Bark Hot Dogs Launches Tasting MenuPlus: a pub crawl through Greenpoint and Williamsburg, and 2 Bros. Pizza expands to a third location, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  11. Now Delivering
    Conscientious Carnivores, It’s Time to Invest in ‘Meat Shares’
  12. Neighborhood Watch
    Ceol’s Menu Gets a New-Chef Revamp; Barrio Hosts Taco-Eating ContestPlus: U.K. Beer Night at Jimmy’s No. 43, and another Chipotle opens, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  13. Neighborhood Watch
    Breakfast at Joseph Leonard; Beer Brunch at Jimmy’s No. 43Plus: Learn to build your own wine cellar tonight, and say good-bye to pretzels in Rock Center, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Disputes About Stella D’oro and Les Desirs Closings; Bon Chon Returns to MidtownPlus: Chocolate pot de crème to go in Soho, and an okonomiyaki fry scheduled in the East Village, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  15. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Sake and Naked People; Oyster Special at Jimmy’s TonightPlus: beer, brats, and “oompah-pah” at t.b.d.’s Oktoberfest.
  16. What to Drink
    It’s Good Beer Month and Beer Sangria Day!Plus, beer cocktails and Good Beer Month.
  17. Cupmudgeonism
    Cupcakes + Wine = Our Heads Finally ExplodingYes, red velvets apparently go with Shiraz.
  18. Foodievents
    Cook-off, Bacon, and Stumptown Trends Converge in One PlaceA risotto cook-off, bacon week, and Stumptown stout!
  19. Foodievents
    Jimmy’s 43 Tries Bar TheaterA play written for the bar’s dark space opens there tonight.
  20. Chef Shuffle
    Phillip Kirschen-Clark Leaves Pegu ClubThe ‘secret chef’ is out.
  21. Openings
    1 Dominick Opens Today, Makes Theatergoing WorthwhileJimmy Carbone, of Jimmy’s No. 43 fame, opens a cafê adjacent to the Here Arts Center.
  22. NewsFeed
    Kirschen-Clark Leaves Jimmy’s for PeguThe secret chef moves into a bigger kitchen.
  23. NewsFeed
    Jimmy’s to Open Tonight; Employees Only Plans to Reopen TomorrowTwo bar owners fight City Hall — one with some success.
  24. In the Magazine
    Dining Out With Food Allergies; Platt on South GateWhere to eat if you’re allergic and whether to dine at South Gate in this week’s magazine.
  25. NewsFeed
    Jimmy’s in Bout With the Buildings DepartmentJimmy’s has been shut down since Monday night, but look for him to reopen next week.
  26. NewsFeed
    Genius! Alex Raij of Tía Pol Throws a Sandwich PotluckSadly, we are not one of the lucky twelve people invited.
  27. Foodievents
    Locavore Banquet Comes to Jimmy’s Sunday NightThe Secret Chef himself, Philip Kirschen-Clark, will be doing a “100-mile dinner” at Jimmy’s on Sunday.
  28. Neighborhood Watch
    Smoked Lagers Coming to Park Slope; Shake Shack’s New Heat LampsClinton Hill: The pizza place at 37 Washington will soon become a brick-oven pizza spot called Il Porto. [Clinton Hill Blog] East Village: The roasted shishito peppers at Jimmy’s 43 are so addictive they may drive you to try to “recreate this dish and drink a boatload of beer immediately.” Don’t forget, they’re prepared on hot plates. [Eat for Victory/VV] Flatiron: Shake Shack’s fired up its heat lamps. [Eater] Flavor your coffee the old-fashioned way, with cardamom. At Gramercy Tavern, they’re “serving pots of the complex, medium-bodied Yirgacheffe coffee from Ethiopia brewed with cinnamon, cardamom and orange.” [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Greenwich Village: Bellavitae’s new Neapolitan chef Raffaele Ronca is “exceptionally adept at deboning an entire Cornish hen.” [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Little Italy: Luigi DiPalo of DiPalo Dairy can recommend a pizza joint for every palate. [Gothamist] Park Slope: The new bar and snack spot on Seventh Avenue at 14th Street called Beer Table should be open and serving its “carefully curated selection of smoked lager, coriander-laced wheat beer and various obscure ales” by next Saturday. [NYT]
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Charcuterie Continues to Wow on the UWS; Beer, Cheese, and Chocolate Go TogetherChelsea: Cain’s Website is already “pimping” a London opening. [Down by the Hipster] East Village: Jimmy’s No. 43 is hosting a cheese, beer, and chocolate pairing on January 22. Luckily, cheese before beer, you’re in the clear. [Gridskipper] Danal on 10th Street has given up the ghost. [Zagat] Hell’s Kitchen: Tasting World is hosting its first Wine Essentials course of 2008 on January 17. [Tasting World] Midwood: The Amateur Gourmet’s “Best Place I Should’ve Been To Already and Where I Should’ve Already Gone Back To” for 2007: Di Fara Pizza. There are surely too many out there who can relate. Upper West Side: Ed Levine is as wowed by Sylvain Gasdon’s charcuterie at Bar Boulud as we were. [Ed Levine’s New York Eats via Eater] West Village: David Page and Barbara Shinn have left Home to focus on their North Fork winery and have taken the wine-sensitive heart of the restaurant with them. [Eater]
  30. NewsFeed
    Jimmy’s Secret Chef Performs Culinary Miracles in the East Village We always like Jimmy’s — the Belgian beers, the sausage plates, the occasional bacon tasting. But nothing could have prepared us for our recent discovery of a living, breathing young chef working gastronomic magic in Jimmy’s ultraprimitive kitchen. Using only two hot plates and a toaster oven, Philip Kirschen-Clark, the former fish man at wd-50, is making surprising, inventive dishes every night at the East Village bar.
  31. Click and Save
    Real-Life Duff Man Will Bring You Beer at HomeAre you ambitious enough to try to figure out what kind of beer will go best with the your Super Bowl snacks but too lazy to attend the beer tastings at the likes of Jimmy’s and Bierkraft (or even consult this recent article)? Meet Sam Merritt, former brand manager of the Brooklyn Brewery and man behind Civilization of Beer, an organization that’s now offering private tastings. Merritt, in other words, brings the brew to you. (Thrillist, unsurprisingly, has already given him their grunt of approval.) We clamored to ask him a few questions.
  32. NewsFeed
    Did We Mention That This Post Concerns Beer?Starting today, every Thursday will be Cask Ale Night at Jimmy’s, the East Village gastropub run by Jimmy “Pots and Pans” Carbone. Cask brew is really something special — an unpasteurized, all-natural ale carbonated only by the action of the live yeast still fermenting inside the keg, and served up via hand-operated pumps from an unrefrigerated container. The taste is more raw and intense in every way: Typically sweet up front, it has a bitter finish, not mention a mouthfeel that’s comparable to food. Jimmy’s isn’t the only bar in New York serving it — nearby d.b.a. has it every night. But if you’re a regular there, you now have a new Thursday-night spot. Jimmy’s, 43 E. 7th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-982-3006.
  33. Foodievents
    Another New Orleans Event, You Say? Why, Yes, I’d Love to Attend!In case you missed last month’s New Orleans tribute party at 5 Ninth and can’t be bothered to experience it secondhand here, fret not. Jimmy’s, one of the cooler bar-cum-gastropubs in the city, will be having its very own N.O. bash this Saturday. It’s called Up All Night, and it’s a food-and-music shindig benefiting the reconstruction of New Orleans. From one o’clock through six o’clock, a $20 donation will get you Abita beer, red wine, Rick’s Picks pickles, Louisiana “triple creme” cheese, five different kinds of gumbo, jambalaya, and vegetarian red beans and rice. After six, there will be an eclectic mix of live music including New Orleans blues band Underpaid Robbie-Say and cult power-pop dude Mike Viola. Up All Night, Jimmy’s, 43 E. 7th St., nr. Second Ave.; 212-982-3006. Sat., Nov. 18, starting at 1 p.m.
  34. The New York Diet
    Restaurateur Donatella Arpaia Binges on Oysters and Snacks on Hot Pockets There’s no other restaurateur quite like Donatella Arpaia of Dona and davidburke & donatella: She was the first to zip around town on a Vespa (“Everyone else copied me”) and, leaving aside her discerning palate, we’re quite certain she’s the only one food writers have characterized as “comely.” Between Friday, September 29, and Wednesday, October 4, she indulged in a singular combination of sea urchin, fat-free yogurt, and black-and-white cookies.