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  1. Empire Building
    S.F.’s Tadich Grill Expands to D.C.The iconic restaurant is getting a second location after a mere 164 years.
  2. No Such Thing as Bad Press?
    Scottsdale’s Amy’s Baking Co. Hires PR Firm, Plans ‘GrandWe’re sure this should go perfectly smoothly.
  3. Other Cities
    Pete Wells Gives Elizabeth Falkner’s Brooklyn Spot a Near RaveKrescendo, he says, is ‘much better than the neighborhood Italian joint it is trying to pass for.’
  4. Trends
    The Latest Trend in Los Angeles Dining: Child ChefsFirst a fourteen-year-old doing a pop-up, and now a twelve-year-old.
  5. Other Cities
    Alan Richman (Finally) Discovers PortlandIt’s taken longer than pretty much anyone else.
  6. Other Cities
    Regarding New York’s Sandy-Damaged RestaurantsThe storm has definitely put a damper on things, especially downtown where there’s no power.
  7. Previews
    Check Out Elizabeth Falkner’s New Brooklyn Project, KrescendoOur compadres in New York have a slideshow.
  8. Other Cities
    Mission-Style Burrito Chain Comes to IndiaIt’s called California Burrito, and the first one is in Bangalore.
  9. Empire Building
    A Sausage Spot Grows in BrooklynRosamunde opens at 285 Bedford Avenue, Williamsburg.
  10. Other Cities
    S.F. Bar Star Erick Castro Relocates to San Diego to Open Polite ProvisionsIt’s attached to a new restaurant called Soda & Swine from the group behind Craft & Commerce, UnderBelly, and Neighborhood.
  11. Other Cities
    Burgers Are Really Huge in Paris Right Now
  12. Foodievents
    Danny Bowien to Put Kung Pao Pastrami on a PizzaThis is happening at Le Fooding Brooklyn Fling on September 23.
  13. Other Cities
    Mina Leaves Detroit, Puck Moves InWolfgang Puck will open two new restaurants in place of Mina’s SaltWater and Bourbon Steak at the MGM Grand Detroit.
  14. Other Cities
    Meadowood’s Christopher Kostow Joins Other Top Chefs on Mission to MexicoThey all joined chef Enrique Olvera at a food conference in Mexico City.
  15. Other Cities
    New Zealand Taqueria Serves Fisherman’s Wharf BurritoThe Fisherman’s Wharf Shrimp Burrito consists of shrimp with salsa ranchero, rice, our special blended cheese, lettuce, pico de gallo and sour cream
  16. Other Cities
    Jeremy Fox’s L.A. Restaurant Finally Announced, and It Will Be CalledIt’s in Venice Beach.
  17. The Other Critics
    Las Vegas: A Good Town to Be a Non-Anonymous CriticThree Vegas critics got profiled in the NYT today, and one used to review strip clubs.
  18. Oeno-File
    America Has Four New Master SommeliersOut of the 63 who took the test, only four made it this year, and they’re all from the West.
  19. Other Cities
    Le Bernardin Gets Its Four Stars Renewed Yet Again
  20. Other Cities
    How Brooklyn Does a Food FestYou may have heard something about this major music and food fest dubbed The Great GoogaMooga, which just happened for the first time over the weekend in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park…
  21. Other Cities
    Behold Cosentino’s L.A. Tower of Pork
  22. Mikey Likes It
    Mr. Bauer Is Back in the Building, Blogging About Fried ChickenHe took his annual vacation home to Kansas City, and stopped off a few other places.
  23. Other Cities
    Patterson, and Oakland, Get Some Random Love From the Boston GlobeOakland gets even more national love.
  24. Celebrity Settings
    Where Ruth Reichl’s Been Dining in L.A.She calls a recent lunch at Spago like ‘a delirious dream.’
  25. The Grub Street Diet
    French Laundry Chef Timothy Hollingsworth Spent His Break Gorging on Japanese inSee his informal guide to good eats on Oahu.
  26. Other Cities
    Jeremy Fox and Charlie Parker’s New L.A. Spot Opens TonightStay tuned for the second of Fox’s projects down south.
  27. Other Cities
    Sifton’s Replacement at the NYT: Pete WellsHe’s been Dining Editor at the paper since 2006.
  28. Rumor Mill
    Jeremy Fox Scouting Spaces in L.A., Not Returning to the Bay Area?Eater LA has him looking to open a “farm-to-table restaurant similar to Ubuntu,” but Fox won’t confirm or deny.
  29. Other Cities
    L.A. Is Getting a Major Injection of S.F. TalentJeremy Fox is just consulting for now, and will be headed back north soon.
  30. Other Cities
    Where to Eat in Reno These DaysThere’s actually some decent food there!
  31. Other Cities
    Sam Sifton Signs Off, Calls Per Se the Best Restaurant in New YorkThe French Laundry spinoff gets its four stars renewed.
  32. Funnies
    Panera Bread’s Pay-What-You-Want Place Not Doing So Hot in PortlandTurns out the homeless of Portland kind of like to overstay their welcome and come back for more!
  33. Other Cities
    Former wd-50 Pastry Chef Opens All-Mayonnaise StoreOnly in Brooklyn, folks.
  34. Other Cities
    Sam Sifton Out as NYT Critic
  35. Other Cities
    Regarding the Post-9/11 Dining Era
  36. Raincoats and Rubbers
    Meanwhile, In NYC, Restaurants Are Hunkering Down for the HurricaneGael Greene is stocking up on caviar!
  37. Openings
    Guerneville Updates: Big Bottom Market Opening This Week; Triple R RemainsThe Russian River Resort is back on the market.
  38. The Other Critics
    Ms. Tablehopper Does New YorkThe S.F. e-columnist travels east.
  39. Other Cities
    Wafels & Dinges Lends a Touch of Class to Sleazeside HeightsA reverse bridge-and-tunnel commute for the Belgian waffles truck.
  40. Other Cities
    Lines at Papaya King L.A.After just a week.
  41. Other Cities
    D.C. Critic Finds RJ Cooper’s NYC Pop-up ‘Infuriating’Does the D.C. chef’s NYC pop-up make him a reverse carpetbagger?
  42. Other Cities
    Danny Meyer Conquers Another StadiumHe’s in at National Park in D.C.
  43. London Calling
    Balthazar, Spice Market Head Across the PondAs rumored, Keith McNally and Richard Caring will bring the Paris-style bistro to London, and Jean-Georges is U.K.-bound as well.
  44. Other Cities
    5 Napkin Heads SouthThey like high-end burgers in Atlanta, too.
  45. Other Cities
    Charlie Palmer’s DG Burger Has Nothing to Do With Daniel Boulud’s DBAnd that’s just the beginning of the confusion.
  46. Other Cities
    Ferran Adrià Announces Two New Restaurants, Calls Coke ‘the Spark ofA cocktail bar called 41* and a tapas bar called Tickets will open in Barcelona in the next months.
  47. Other Cities
    P.J. in D.C.P.J. Clarke’s and Hill Country are the latest New York eateries to make moves on D.C.
  48. Other Cities
    El Bulli Without the BullFerran Adrià’s vision of el Bulli 2.0.
  49. Other Cities
    Smashburger Invades White Manna Territory in JerseyA beloved burger chain increases its northeast profile.
  50. Other Cities
    Is D.C. the Next Big Food City?The food truck, burger, and cupcake trends have hit the nation’s capital full force. And there are even some great restaurants, too.
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