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Porter House

  1. Supplies Are Limited
    Disappearing Burgers: Why So Many Chefs Make It So Hard to Order Their MostWhy do so many chefs refuse to sell burgers during prime-time hours?
  2. Celebrity Settings
    George Clooney Celebrates New Film at No. 8; Sarah Jessica Parker Grabs CoffeePlus: Tons of celebs at the opening of Tao Downtown, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  3. The Grub Street Diet
    Chef Michael Lomonaco Taste-Tests Macarons at Home, Eats Pig-Brain Croquettes at“This is the only time of year when I have the time to get out and explore. And, baby, explore I did.”
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Richard Gere Makes Trouble at Nick & Toni’s; Lindsay Lohan Gets Violent atPlus, Monica Lewinsky at 21, Ann Romney at Fishtail, and more of this week’s celebrity dining.
  5. Eroticavents
    Gael Greene’s Sexy SupperSteak and seduction tips with the Insatiable Critic.
  6. Chef Shuffle
    Williamsburg’s Cafe Colette Gets a New Chef and a New MenuCharles Brassard comes from Little Giant.
  7. Openings
    Michael Lomonaco Will Open Center Bar in OctoberA wine bar in the Time Warner Center.
  8. The Food Chain
    Loteria Chef Jimmy Shaw Says Porter House’s Truffled Mashed Potatoes Are“It’s really like whipping the potatoes again, so it’s almost like a truffled whipped potato.”
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Bruni Interviews the Bros. Bromberg; Can Diner’s Steak Compete WithEast Village: BondSt has made its West Coast debut in the new Thompson Hotel in Beverly Hills. [Snack] Hell’s Kitchen: Sietsema doesn’t think Metro Marché feels enough like a real bistro; maybe stepping out into Port Authority to view a homeless man peeing into a Dunkin’ Donuts cup just takes away the mystique. [Eat for Victory/VV] Lower East Side: ‘inoteca is back, with new and improved wine storage. [Eater] Soho: Bruni uncovers the history of Blue Ribbon (which began in 1992 with a fancy French restaurant on Sullivan Street between Prince and Spring) and finds it interesting. [Diner’s Journal/NYT] Williamsburg: Diner has “begun doing Porterhouses for two, four, sometimes six, along with bone-in rib-eyes and T-Bones, cooked to order and slathered with marrow butter,” right across from Peter Luger. Has anyone been to both to compare? [Brooklyn Based]