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  1. The Food Chain
    Patois Chef Aaron Burgau Eats Up Tartine’s Sopresatta PaniniAnd Tartine’s Chad Robertson responds.
  2. The Food Chain
    Nudel Chef Bjorn Somlo Apologizes to Himself Before Eating the Pork-Belly“It’s this big sloppy pork belly, with fried green tomatoes and egg.”
  3. The Great Outdoors
    Brother Jimmy’s and Patois Add Sidewalk SeatsGrab the Oakleys, dude.
  4. Slideshow
    A First Look at Patois, Now Delivering $9.95 Lunches in Little ItalyThe Smith Street standby has moved many of its signature dishes to Mulberry Street.
  5. Reopenings
    Patois Brings French Attitude to Little ItalyCarroll Gardens’ pioneering bistro finds a new home.
  6. Mediavore
    Tropicana Redesign Cost Sales; Odessa on HBOPlus: Christopher Guest directs Healthy Choice ads, and Bazzini may shutter, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Reopenings
    Patois Team Giving Up Pacifico?Plus, details on their relocation of Patois.
  8. Reopenings
    Good Food News for Cobble HillIrish bar Ceol reopens and Patois could find a new home on Smith Street.
  9. Closings
    Patois Will CloseThe Carroll Gardens pioneer couldn’t come to an agreement with its landlord.
  10. NewsFeed
    Jim Mamary and Alan Harding Consider Their Brooklyn EmpireDo the Brooklyn middlebrow moguls regret what they have wrought?
  11. Neighborhood Watch
    Wing Woes on First Avenue; French Bistro Tougher Than Gun Shots in BrooklynDitmas Park: Patois and Sweetwater owner Jim Mamary is opening a French bistro at the corner of Newkirk Avenue and Argyle Road, and his progress hasn’t been hampered by a recent shooting nearby: “You can’t open up a flower shop on a strip nobody would walk on. It’s us guys who take the risks. Restaurants take the risks.” [NYT via Eater] East Village: Despite having encouraged wing reservations for yesterday’s big game, Atomic Wings lost track of orders and left customers waiting one to two hours for what turned out to be cold Buffalo not-so-goodness. [Grub Street] Financial District: A new Mexican cantina called Mad Dog and Beans has brought fish tacos and chiles rellenos to Pearl Street. [Zagat] Soho: Palacinka has lost its lease. [Eater] West Village: L’Impero alum chef Michael Genardini will be in the kitchen of a rustic Italian eatery called I Sodi, which should be ready this March in the former Puff & Pao space. [TONY]