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La Grenouille

  1. checking in
    La Grenouille Isn’t Finished YetThe French stalwart known for its sole, soufflés, and behind-the-scenes drama is open again on East 52nd St.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Where Taylor Swift Eats LunchThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  3. Coming Soon
    Charles Masson’s Baccarat Hotel Project Will Be Very FloralYou can see a preview, starting today.
  4. Leapfrog
    La Grenouille’s Charles Masson Lands New Gig at Baccarat HotelThe new restaurant will have 85 seats, “similar to La Grenouille.”
  5. Interviews
    Au Revoir: Meet the La Grenouille Regular Who Wants to Crowd-Fund Philippe“I’m just trying to be on the side of the angels on this one,” says the campaign’s mastermind.
  6. Interviews
    La Grenouille’s Charles Masson on His Resignation: It Became“I love this restaurant; if it were up to me, I’d be running it.”
  7. Planned Service Changes
    La Grenouille Manager Charles Masson Splits From Restaurant [Updated]Masson was responsible for the French restaurant’s legendary, over-the-top floral arrangements.
  8. The Other Critics
    The Other Critics: Wells Awards Betony Three Stars; Richman’s SmorgasburgPlus: Cuozzo defends La Grenouille, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  9. Trendlet
    Trendlet: Frog Legs Find Favor — and Flavor — All Over TownIt’s tempting to blame the resurgence of frogs’ legs on New York’s burgeoning French-food renaissance.
  10. Celebrity Settings
    Jessica Biel Eats Fish Tacos at Tacombi; Jake Gyllenhaal Chooses HudsonPlus: Missy Elliott and Mary J. Blige go to Catch, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  11. The Grub Street Diet
    Spencer Sweeney Heads Uptown for Caviar at La Grenouille and Burgers at Big“The Chinese bakeries were just starting to open, so I stopped in one of those and I had a steamed bun with Chinese sausage inside it and a small coffee with milk and one sugar.”
  12. Bloomberg
    Bloomberg’s Meal at La Grenouille Interrupted by Health InspectorThe mayor — he’s just like us!
  13. Celebrity Settings
    Katie Holmes Hits the Lambs Club; Louis CK Juices at Peacefood CaféPlus, Kirsten Gillibrand at the Three Monkeys, Claire Danes at Crown, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  14. Lists
    Twelve Restaurants Where You Definitely Won’t Be Bothered by Crying KidsWe called every nice place we could think of and got the definitive list of who does, and (more importantly) doesn’t, allow crying kids into their dining rooms.
  15. Beefs
    Achatz’s Dover Sole ControversyDoes any restaurant in Chicago actually make Dover sole the classic way?
  16. Closings
    Insult to Injury: Gino’s Will Be Replaced by CupcakesAnd other curious facts about the moribund Upper East Sider.
  17. The Other Critics
    That’s How Sifton RollsThe ‘Times’ critic references Kanye West.
  18. The Other Critics
    Sifton Finds La Grenouille Worth It; Sutton on Abe & Arthur’s WaitPlus: Eleven Madison Park’s excellent service, and the dinner-party aspect of Tipsy Parson, all in our weekly restaurant-review roundup.
  19. Chef Shuffle
    Vive La FranceA couple of breaths of life in the world of haute Français today.
  20. Menus
    What To Eat From Cafe Pierre’s New Menu by Chef Remi LauvandA veteran chef finds a new home and a veteran South Bay restaurant gets a new menu.
  21. Menus
    Chef Remi Lauvand Guest Chefs at BreadBar’s Hatchi SeriesBreadbar’s Hatchi Series will host a fine French chef with a delicious New York pedigree next week.
  22. Foodievents
    Momofuku Goes FrenchMomofuku is hosting special dinners with three esteemed French chefs.
  23. Menu Changes
    Ed’s Lobster Bar Ignores Patriotic Duty, Ditches Banana Split (Plus:The lobster bar is now exclusively serving Italian specialties from Il Laboratorio. Plus, other menu changes around town.
  24. Recession Is Your Friend
    Bargain Gift CardsCraigslist isn’t the only place where you can find discounted gift certificates.
  25. That Ain’t Right
    Nigella’s XXX-MasAs if Rachael Ray’s corn porn weren’t traumatizing enough…
  26. Openings
    Slight DelayThe Lower East Side’s new seviche spot will open tomorrow.