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  1. Celebrity Settings
    Beyoncé and Blue Ivy Brunch at Buttermilk Channel; Jake Gyllenhaal Hits FrankiesPlus: Hugh Jackman at Kittichai, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  2. Openings
    Max Makes His Way to WilliamsburgJoining the best food in the ‘burg.
  3. Fever for Lefebvre
    On Your Marks, Get Set: LudoBites’ Reservations-Line Goes Live at FiveA day has been scratched from the schedule due to the chef’s bad back.
  4. Fever for Lefevre
    LudoBites 6.0: Ludo Does The ValleySam Sifton also drops the news that Andre Guerrero could reopen Max once the pop-up phenom vacates.
  5. Empire Building
    Señor Fred Expanding to CalabasasSherman Oaks’ favorite Mexican restaurant is growing to its second location.
  6. Empire Building
    Max and Frankies Working on New Downtown Projects?Plus, what’s the fate of perennial ‘best dive’ pick, the Blarney Stone?
  7. Community Boards
    New Freemans, Max Projects On TrackPlus, Porchetta may soon get beer.
  8. Empire Building
    Max ExpandsThe East Village institution is opening its third location.
  9. Stats
    The Year in Openings and ClosingsL.A. restaurant openings outweighed closings in 2009.
  10. Reopenings
    Andre Guerrero Buys Glassell Park’s Butter Tart BakeryAndre Guerrero has designs on Glassell Park’s coolest bakery.
  11. Openings
    What to Eat at Andre Guerrero’s Marche L.A., Open in Sherman OaksGary Menes and Andre Guerrero team up to deliver menus that change at least every week.
  12. Openings
    What to Eat at Blue Dog Tavern, Soft Open Today in Sherman OaksWhat to expect from Sherman Oak’s new beer and comfort food restaurant.
  13. Reopenings
    Max Shuttering in Sherman Oaks to Make Room for MarcheSay goodbye to Sherman Oaks’ Max, and hello to Marche.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Holiday High Tea Returns to Midtown East; Avenue B New Dining HotbedDumbo: An Eva Solo Oil/Vinegar Bottle, from Tivoli Home on 111 Front Street, made this list of gifts available in the neighborhood. [Dumbo NYC] East Village: Avenue B “has developed a thriving restaurant scene” now that Back Forty has joined the ranks of classics 26 Seats and Max. Even if there were tumbleweeds at Cantina the other night. [NYT] Food critic David Rosengarten has named Il Buco his pick for restaurant of the year in his weekly e-zine called Tastings. They do have great gift-worthy chandeliers. [Grub Street] Midtown East: The Four Seasons is serving high tea with a view of its lobby’s 24-foot Christmas tree from 3 to 5 p.m. daily until December 29. [Zagat] West Village: Little owl chef Joey Campanaro created this recipe for spinach gnocchi with pancetta beurre noisette and chanterelles. [Restaurant Girl]
  15. The New York Diet
    Novelist Gary Shteyngart Scarfs Lox, Philosophizes Over Spinach Absurdistan author and Lower East Side denizen Gary Shteyngart is 40 pages into a new novel about “a guy who eats really well and wants to live forever.” We’re thinking it’s a bit autobiographical, given what he ate during the days between Friday, September 22 and Wednesday the 27th.