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P.j. Clarke’s

  1. Leftovers
    Krescendo’s New Chef; Red Barn Bakery’s Kickstarter CampaignPlus: Tickets for Taste of Summer, and more, in today’s roundup.
  2. Hudson Malone
    Former P.J. Clarke’s Bartender Doug Quinn Opening New Bar Hudson MaloneQuinn’s “real New York Saloon” will open near his old workplace.
  3. Members Only
    Sidecar at P.J. Clarke’s Is Turning Into a Private RestaurantPrivate supper clubs in the time of keycards.
  4. Leftovers
    Juice Press Opens First of Six New Stores; Ainsworth Park Serves AlternativePlus: “Prime Rib Sundays” at BLT Steak and more in today’s leftovers.
  5. Leftovers
    Peck Slip Pickle Fest Fund-raises for Sandy Relief; Truffle Season at MaialinoPlus, a new chef at the Hotel on Rivington and lots of lobsters at the Mermaid Oyster Bar.
  6. 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.
  7. TV Land
    L.A. Classics Play Big Roles in Mad MenTo achieve a vintage New York, the show has used spots like Cole’s and Casey’s as locations.
  8. Booze News
    First of Two Bronx-Made Beers Hits Bars This WeekendBronck’s Beer Company will debut around the city this weekend.
  9. Closings
    Will Elaine’s Become a P. J. Clarke’s?That’s the rumor.
  10. 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.
  11. The New York Diet
    Morning Joe’s Mika Brzezinski Gets Her Coffee First“It’s kind of a running joke — when they first start on the job, they’re told that the worst offense they can commit on the set is not to give me my coffee first, and not to get the order right.”
  12. Eatiquette
    Two Things Bartenders Will Hate You ForPlus, Frank Bruni launches a biweekly drinking column.
  13. The Other Critics
    Sifton Praises Colicchio & Sons; Cuozzo Wants Old Clarke’s BackPlus: Gael Greene on ABC Kitchen and Alan Richman eats at Faustina, all in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  14. Chef Shuffle
    P.J. Clarke’s Hires Larry Forgione for Menu MakeoverThe legendary New American chef will focus on sustainable sourcing. See his new menu.
  15. Openings
    Will P.J. Clarke’s Bring Its Burger to Boston?The New York pub, noted for its burgers, will likely open in the Hub.
  16. Celebrity Settings
    Todd English Drinks Away the Pain; Jane Lynch Gets Frisky Over DinnerYour regular roundup of where the pretty people are getting their calories.
  17. Trends
    A Tale of Two Burger Clubs: Burger Club and Burger of the Month ClubWhy does today’s ‘Times’ story about a maniacal burger club seem familiar?
  18. Mediavore
    Beer Garden Coming to Brooklyn; Ollie’s Makes a Big PaymentPlus: just because they’re celebrity chefs doesn’t mean their recipes are healthy, and Julia Roberts at Sweetiepie, all in our morning news roundup.
  19. Reopenings
    Old Homestead Shrinking, Dinosaur Moving, Grimaldi’s Opening a New OneThe beloved pizzeria will cross the bridge and the barbecue house is being moved by Columbia.
  20. Neighborhood Watch
    10 Downing (Finally) Coming Along; Alex Ureña Hosting Cheese-and-WineThe truth about P.J. Clarke’s burger, and a new bar in Carroll Gardens, in today’s neighborhood food news.
  21. The New York Diet
    Carmine Agnello Is a Grown-up Gotti at Rao’sThe Growing Up Gotti star eats where his grandfather John liked to eat, and he has no problem scoring a table at Rao’s.
  22. Restroom Report
    Fun in P.J. Clarke’s BathroomSome things are sacred, and old-fashioned urinals are one of them. Unfortunately, outside of ones that are imported from France, the pickings are slim: You have the ones at Old Town Bar, McSorley’s, and Foley’s (the latter were lifted from the Waldorf-Astoria), but are you really going to eat at those places? When we want a nibble and a dribble, we go for a burger at one of Nat King Cole’s favorite spots, P.J. Clarke’s.
  23. The New York Diet
    Actor Josh Hamilton Plays a Clam Digger, Doesn’t Eat Shellfish Josh Hamilton has appeared in everything from indie classics such as Noah Baumbach’s Kicking and Screaming to studio flicks such as The Bourne Supremacy to TV shows such as Sex and the City. In Diggers, out today, he plays a Long Island clam harvester. Ironically, Hamilton wasn’t eating any shellfish at the premiere party, since he’s a “don’t-ask-don’t-tell vegetarian”: “I’m sure I eat chicken stock sometimes,” he says, “because I just don’t bother to ask. I know that must sound wildly hedonistic.” As it turns out, Hamilton’s latest week of eating was rather indulgent — even as he was performing in Tom Stoppard’s Coast of Utopia, he somehow found time to hit more restaurants than most of us do in a month.