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  1. chef shuffle
    Chef Greg Proechel Is Leaving NoMad Restaurant FerrisThe critically acclaimed chef says he’s decided to focus on running his own hospitality group.
  2. openings
    This New Laffa Is Serious Must-Order BreadA new restaurant from Breads Bakery owner Gadi Peleg brings homey Middle Eastern cuisine to NoMad.
  3. Openings
    La Pecora Bianca, Opening Tonight, Is Helmed by a Massimo Bottura DiscipleIt’s located in Nomad, on Broadway and 26th.
  4. Expansions
    George Mendes Will Open New Restaurant in NoMadIt’s “under construction” and will open in December.
  5. What to Eat
    The Nomad Bar Will Serve Canlis Salads for Two Weeks OnlyBrian Canlis has been semi-covertly working at the restaurant since May.
  6. Salad Days
    Sweetgreen Opening in WilliamsburgThe seven-year-old chainlet will have three NYC locations by the end of 2014.
  7. Bird Is the Word
    The Bird Boom: Luxury Chicken Conquers New YorkThe newest chicken dishes at New York restaurants are grand birds competing for prime menu space with steaks and other large-format dishes.
  8. Coming Soon
    5 Napkin Burger Headed to NomadThe burger mini-chain gets less mini.
  9. Coming Soon
    Bombay Sandwich Co. Opening Brick-and-Mortar Shop in NomadAnother Smorgasburg vendor moves to open a full-on restaurant.
  10. Leftovers
    Paul Liebrandt and April Bloomfield Host Dinner at the Elm; Friedman’sPlus: Missy Robbins at City Grit, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  11. Video Feed
    Watch Daniel Humm Make Schnitzel and Take Shots With Jimmy FallonThere are egg creams, too.
  12. Openings
    What to Eat at the New Num Pang, Bringing Vermicelli Noodles and CambodianIt’s the first shop to have full seating.
  13. Grub Guide
    On Ice: New York’s Sixteen Most Impressive Seafood PlattersTop-notch fruits de mer have become New York menu staples. Here are the best.
  14. Eat Well
    Eat Well: Sweet Potatoes and Sweeter Autumn TeasPlus: A bar-grazing strategy, healthy eggs, and more, all in this week’s roundup of healthy eats.
  15. The Grub Street Diet
    Lee Schrager Brunches at ABC Kitchen, Lunches at Marea, Dines Pretty Much“I always say I eat out eight nights a week.”
  16. Empire Building
    Num Pang to NomadThe neighborhood, not the hotel.
  17. Foodraiser
    POTUS at NoMad TonightFollowing in Katie Holmes’s footsteps.
  18. Leftovers
    Happy Hour at Winston Champagne Bar; NoMad Nixes $125 TastingPlus: free PB&J at the NYPL, Beer Table’s beer bike plans, and more of today’s leftovers.
  19. Leftovers
    Pride Week Rainbow Cupcakes at Magnolia; Penrose Now Open on the UESPlus: Purple Fig opens in UWS, and more of today’s leftovers.
  20. The Other Critics
    Sutton Gripes About Pok Pok While The New Yorker Praises It; WellsThe New Yorker likes Pok Pok, Ryan Sutton unsurprisingly doesn’t.
  21. The Other Critics
    Everyone Hates Hakkasan; the Daily News Reviews Restaurants AgainPlus: Sutton on NoMad, Sietsema hits Eldridge Street, and more in our weekly critical roundup.
  22. Poultry
    Chicken’s Triumphant Social PromotionThough the peasants were far nicer.
  23. Veggie Power
    Daniel Humm Loves Veggies, Gummi BearsPlus: The Eleven Madison Park chef says his first visit to McDonald’s blew his mind.
  24. The Other Critics
    Tejal Rao Also Checks Out La Vara; Ryan Sutton Deems Neta ‘a Work inPlus: Cuozzo at NoMad, Cheshes at Almayass, and more of this week’s reviews.
  25. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt on NoMad; Uncorking the Biggest Wine Hoax in HistoryPlus: Terroir hits the High Line, and more, in this week’s ‘New York.’
  26. Scandals
    Acrimonious Real-Estate War Involves NoMad and Ace HotelsWho’s the real “suckling pig”?
  27. Video Feed
    Watch a Very Cool Promo Video for NoMadDaniel Humm and Will Guidara do their best ‘Goodfellas’ impression.
  28. Coming Up
    Tavern Will Bring Classy American Dining to NoMad Next MonthThe Stone Street Tavern folks are behind the brownstone-housed restaurant.
  29. Openings
    See the Food and Space at NoMad, Daniel Humm and Will Guidara’s New OneThe much-anticipated restaurant bowed last night.
  30. Coming Soon
    A Few More NoMad DetailsDessert trolleys! Super-fancy roast chicken!
  31. Nomad
    Traveling the World With Chopsticks and a PillowTemptation.
  32. Openings
    First Look at Duo, Bringing the Bling to NoMadChandeliers and Swarovski crystals!
  33. Slideshow
    First Look at Ajisen Ramen, Bringing Noodles to NoMadChinatown noodle shop Ajisen has opened a branch in NoMad.
  34. World Cup
    Where to Watch (and Eat and Drink During) the World CupWe’ve found a bar for you whether you’re rooting for Algeria, England, or nobody in particular.
  35. Neighborhood Watch
    Sleek Rooftop Bar Coming to the UWS; Easter Supper Served in FlatironEast Village: Nomad on Second Avenue at 4th Street will spotlight Algerian wines and meze pairings for a month starting March 20, in honor of the restaurants third anniversary. [Grub Street] Flatiron: Lunetta will serve a prix fixe Easter supper that offers roasted-beet salad with fennel and orange, and braised rabbit with Robiola agnolotti. [Grub Street] Hell’s Kitchen: If the prices of your Broadway tickets get you down, a delicious, cheap meal at the new wine bar Gallo Nero is a good follow-up to a show. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch] Upper East Side: A new Persian restaurant called Shalizar is opening at 1420 Third Avenue between 80th and 81st streets. [Upper East Side Informer] Upper West Side: The Empire Hotel plans to unveil a China Grill Management–renovated rooftop bar by this May. [Zagat Buzz]
  36. The Other Critics
    Anthos Gets a Rave; More Knocks for MorandiRandall Lane gives Anthos its first full-out rave, granting the restaurant five of six stars and writing about it in adoring terms. It’s a rare move for Lane, and a good omen for the more powerful critics still to come. [TONY] At times, Alan Richman likes the food at Morandi a lot, but when it’s late and the place gets busy, he considers it to be a kind of restaurant hell. He won’t be going back after 9 p.m. “any time in my life.” [Bloomberg] Paul Adams felt much the same about Morandi, calling out its fine fried foods but dissing its heavy pastas, “theme park” atmosphere, and lousy entrées. It’s unanimous: The critics all dislike Morandi. Meanwhile, Keith McNally is crying all the way to the bank. [NYS] Related: Not So Bene [NYM]