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Papa Johns

  1. Mediavore
    Nightlife’s Downturnaround; Beer Prices Will RisePlus: Vynl closes and groceries get expensive, all in our morning news roundup.
  2. Mediavore
    Female Chefs on the Rise; Greenpeace Protests NobuPlus: sales rise at FreshDirect, and Sweetwater plans a bakery, all in our morning news roundup.
  3. Cheap Eats
    Another 99¢ Slice“I know it’s Papa John’s, but it’s still 99 cents!”
  4. Pie Life
    Advances in Pizza TechnologyFriend Papa John’s Facebook page for a free pie, and order Domino’s via TiVo.
  5. Mediavore
    Chefs Relax in Bruni’s Absence; Chinese Seafood: Now With Fewer Drugs!Frank Bruni is out of the city until January 23, or maybe January 31. Either way, chefs at new restaurants will be breathing a little bit easier until he returns. [Eater] The European Group on Ethics in Science and New Technologies has released a report saying that cloning causes suffering to animals, making it unjustifiable to clone them for the food supply. [NYT] Top Chef winner Hung Huynh was spotted in Las Vegas at Company, the same restaurant where Season Two contestant Marcel Vigneron works as a cook. It’s no coincidence, though; they’re buds from cooking school. [Eater L.A.]
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Gilt Shows Midtown East the HandBattery Park City: Flurt frozen yogurt looks almost complete on South End Avenue. [Eater] East Village: Wannabistro 26 Seats has just changed owners, but for now the menu will remain the same. [Grub Street] Flatiron: The Gansevoort people plan to open another hotel on Park Avenue South somewhere in the Twenties. [Down by the Hipster] Midtown East: Gilt will close for the last two weeks in August, before chef Christopher Lee debuts the fall menu. [Grub Street] Sunset Park: Sunset Park locals fight to keep out Papa John’s pizza: “I feel like this is the neighborhood’s last stand,” says one pie protester. [NYT] Upper West Side : Aix brasserie will host a six-course wine dinner next Monday night showcasing rosé. [Grub Street]