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La Goulue

  1. Opening Again
    La Goulue Is Reopening UptownJackie Kennedy used to frequent the brasserie.
  2. Openings
    Synagogue Squashes La Goulue 2.0, But Owners Have Other PlansJean Denoyer and Hassan El Garrahy have a bar and private club in the works.
  3. Slideshow
    First Look at Le Comptoir: Ex–La Goulue Chef Does Brunch in the GardenThe former Cornichon space gets a makeover.
  4. Openings
    Former La Goulue Chef Revives Cornichon SpaceAnyone for seasonal French food in a nice, quiet garden?
  5. Fire Damage
    Café de Bruxelles Felled by Basement FireAfter 30 years, is this the end of the West Village fixture?
  6. Jews Booze News
    La Goulue Gets New Location, New SLA ProblemsThe UES haunt is moving to a spot just across the street from a synagogue, which poses a liquor-license problem.
  7. Neighborhood Watch
    La Goulue Will Close This Month; Unlimited-Steak BrunchesPlus: Cheap whoopie pies at the Rock Center farmer’s market and affordable organics in Fort Greene, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  8. Mediavore
    Sonic Drives In to New York Area; Hare Krishnas Want You to Adopt a CowPlus: Iron City leaves Pittsburgh, and Francis Ford Coppola multitasks, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Mediavore
    La Goulue Gets More Time; Meat Is Seasonal TooPlus: Traditional Portuguese Easter foods, and Town in trouble, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. Closings
    Au Revoir, La GoulueThe Upper East Side standby will close in April.
  11. The New York Diet
    Celebrity Stylist David Evangelista Chews His Way Through Fashion Week and theThe onetime ‘Iron Chef’ judge says he has the best protein shake recipe ever. He likes real food, too!
  12. Celebrity Settings
    ‘Scruffy Loner’ Heath Ledger Ate Solo at Grotta Azzurra As our sister blog Daily Intel has pointed out, this week was all about Tom Brady and Eli Manning sightings, with Tom and Gisele hitting the town (what else is new?) and Eli making it a quiet week. Michael Strahan also found a moment to sip chowder (question being, was it New York or New England style?). On a somber note, the Daily News uncovered Heath Ledger’s haunts in Soho: Spring Street Natural and Miro Café among them. The sighting we were most intrigued by, however, occurred in Park City, Utah: Sirio Maccioni eschewed trendier restaurants to hit Burger King. Now there’s a Whopper freakout we’d pay to see.
  13. The Other Critics
    Michelin’s Explosive New Red BookMichelin dropped its ratings bomb today, and it’s safe to say that the New York restaurant world is, as usual, reeling. Though not as consequential as a Zagat snub, business-wise, the Michelin ratings are closer to the hearts of top chefs. (French chef Bernard Loiseau was widely believed to have killed himself over a Michelin downgrade.) The book is supposed to be in stores tomorrow (though our local Barnes & Noble says it’s not even at the distributor yet). We do, however, know of some surprises. Messrs. Boulud, Bouley, and Takahama are no doubt having lousy afternoons.