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  1. Foodievents
    Eat for the Gulf CoastRestaurants across the country are donating a portion of profits to the stricken coast.
  2. 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.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Sienna Miller Sticks With French; A-Rod Goes BlondePlus: Ke$ha sings at Cipriani, Bristol Palin celebrates at 1 Oak, and more in our complete recap of celebrity sightings.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Hartnett, Cornish Get Coupley at Macao Trading Co.; McCartney Savors SerendipityPlus: Ryan Phillippe kicks back at Greenhouse, Dustin Hoffman goes at Bocca di Bacco, and more in our weekly recap of celebrity sightings.
  5. Cocktailians
    What’s Shaking: Stirrings From PDT, Employees Only, Dutch Kills, andThe latest in cocktail culture.
  6. Mediavore
    Another Bid for Cadbury; Waltuck Leaves MacaoPlus: Marcus Samuelsson goes to the White House, and a lobster-throwing restaurateur, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Mediavore
    Sushi Baron Creates Sustainable Tuna; Whole Foods Definitely Not Opening inPlus: NYC Dunkin’ Donuts stores go Canadian, in our morning news roundup.
  8. Openings
    What to Eat (and How to Act!) at Ward IIIA look at the cocktail lounge’s menus, and its ten commandments.
  9. Openings
    Spawn of Macao: Ward III and Pod Café Open for Drinks and DinnerA cocktail lounge and an outdoor café join the Macao–Employees Only family.
  10. Menu Changes
    Late-Night Buns at MacaoMacao makes some additions to the late-night menu, and adds an industry party.
  11. The Other Critics
    Bruni Doubts Co.’s Toppings; Cuozzo’s Plan for Per SePlus: Ryan Sutton on Fatty Crab UWS, Robert Sietsema’s favorite Sichuan, and more in our weekly review roundup.
  12. The Other Critics
    Bruni Calls Macao Silly; Buttermilk Channel Too Sweet for Alan RichmanPlus: Robert Sietsema finds the city’s best date dish, and Danyelle Freeman wears jeans to Le Cirque, all in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  13. Openings
    Subterranean-Lounge Trend Hits Pizza ParlourThe Niagara folks have soft-opened the Cabin Down Below.
  14. Brunch
    Macao Launches Chinese-Portuguese BrunchAnd we have the menu.
  15. The Other Critics
    Bruni Wants More From Cabrito; Cuozzo Defends At VermilionPlus: Gael Greene reconsiders Corton, Ryan Sutton could do without Macao Trading Co., and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  16. The Other Critics
    Daniel Stays Perfect; Richman Loathes L’ArtusiPlus: Steve Cuozzo forgets Center Cut and Sietsema can’t believe what he’s paying at the John Dory, all in our weekly review roundup.
  17. The Other Critics
    Rouge Tomate Too Bland for Bruni; Cuozzo Welcomes KefiPlus: Ryan Sutton on the John Dory and Alan Richman on the Oak Room, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  18. Politically Incorrect
    Stirring Up ControversyDid Macao Trading Co. rename a cocktail because some people were offended?
  19. Openings
    Latest Sexy, Secret Basement Lounge (Macao’s) May (Sort Of) Open TonightIt’s a ‘small, sexy, opium-den like space,’ obvi.
  20. Openings
    A First Look at Macao Trading Co., Opening Right This SecondThe folks from Employees Only and Chanterelle have finally opened their restaurant. See the menus and interior.
  21. NewsFeed
    Macao Trading Co. Brings On Waltuck, Prepares for Fall OpeningIt’s half Portugese, half Cantonese, and all Tribeca.
  22. NewsFeed
    Zeppelin Isn’t Coming to Church Street, But the Macao Trading Co. IsThe Macao-themed restaurant Jay Kosmas told us about last year is on the way.
  23. NewsFeed
    Employees Only to Land a Zeppelin on 9th Street, and Eventually, Macao? Getting information out of the staff of Employees Only is much, much harder that getting drinks out of them — but we were able to extract two interesting bits of information out of bartender and co-owner Jason Kosmas. The first is that E.O.’s new spinoff restaurant on West 9th Street now has a name to go along with its forties theme (which, we are told, will include period costumes for the entire staff). It will be called Zeppelin and is still “months away” from opening. The other tidbit, though vague, was intriguing.