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  1. Nana
    More Thoughts on Critics; Flavor Memories From NanaOzersky gets deep … fried.
  2. Rahm Spotting
    Rahm Spotting: Have You Eaten Next to the Mayor?Mayor Emanuel likes to sample the best of the city.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    Meet the Crew Behind Nichols Farm at Nana; Avec Names New Sous ChefPlus: More details have come out about why Kith & Kin closed.
  4. The Other Critics
    Vettel Is Impressed with Sable; Tamarkin Checks Out Nana’s New MenuPlus: Heather Shouse checks out Rice Bistro and Kevin Pang devours Gaztro-Wagon.
  5. The Other Critics
    Branch 27 is in Good Hands; Wave Runs Hot and ColdPlus: Quince produces at least one stellar dish, and Sun Wah is as good as ever.
  6. The Other Critics
    ‘Rubbles’ At Jam And Keefer’s; Nana’s Good VibesPlus: 33 Club meets low expectations; The Red Canary seems not to care.
  7. The Other Critics
    Browntrout Shines; Nana’s Brunch Is SunnyPlus: Morgan Harbor Grill rocks the kosher-contemporary-seafood category.
  8. Openings
    What To Eat At Nana, Opening MondayBridgeport’s newest brunch spot has an ambitious Mexican-American fusion menu.
  9. The New York Diet
    Comedian Eugene Mirman Starts His Days With SoupYou’ve probably seen self-described absurdist nightclub comedian Eugene Mirman in Flight of the Conchords, opening for bands like Modest Mouse, or in hilarious online shorts like the one in which he plays a mustached Russian émigré having his first, ill-fated encounter with vegetable wonton soup. In actuality, Mirman has for several years lived and dined in Park Slope — where he’s at work on a book of fake advice, The Will to Whatevs, and a documentary about returning to his birthplace, Russia — and he’s such a fan of soups that he fixes them for breakfast. As he gears up to record a Comedy Central special that will air in the winter, we asked him what else he’s been noshing on.