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Ray’s Pizza

  1. Openings
    Ray’s Pizza Replacement Prince Street Pizza Opens TodayWith more square pizza!
  2. Ch-ch-ch-changes
    Original Ray’s on Prince Will Become a Pizzeria-SpaOkay …
  3. Closings
    The True, Original Ray’s Pizza Set to Close at the End of the MonthNot that this will stop all the other Ray’s from fighting.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Klee Brasserie Debuts Après-Ski Menu in Chelsea; Red Rooster Offers LunchPlus: Klee Brasserie debuts preview menu, Abe & Arthur’s offers hot soup shots during winter storms, and more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  5. Burger Boom
    Burgvertising: Saveur and Ray’s Use Burgers As BaitWant to lure in customers, or readers? Just throw up a photo of a big ol’ burger!
  6. User’s Guide
    A Brief History of Restaurant Rip-off LawsuitsMr. Chow isn’t the first to sue for identity theft. But could he be the first to win?
  7. Mediavore
    Where to Find the Original Ray’s Pizza; New ‘Iron Chef’ ComingPlus: how to get five lunches from one Carnegie Deli purchase, and the next ‘Next Iron Chef,’ all in our morning news roundup.
  8. NewsFeed
    Chicago Dogs in the East Village? Just a MirageBut get your souvenir Gold Coast Dogs cups at Ray’s Pizza.
  9. Celebrity Settings
    LeBron James and Anna Wintour Cozy Up at Waverly; Moby Makes Out at R BarWe weren’t surprised to read in “Page Six” today that Anna Wintour dined with LeBron James at the Waverly Inn. We passed their table on Tuesday, and when the ceilings are that low, it’s impossible to miss a six-foot-eight baller extracting himself from the center of a corner booth. James was patiently sitting next to the bathroom when we emerged, causing our waiter to remark, “You made LeBron James wait!” We couldn’t tell whether he was chastising us or congratulating us for no doubt costing the man a Benjamin of his time, but either way we felt a sense of accomplishment unknown since Alex Kapranos of Franz Ferdinand queued up behind us at the Spotted Pig. The rest of this week’s sightings are heavy on the PDA.
  10. The New York Diet
    This Is Why Rapper MIMS Likes His Tea Hot Ever since his club banger “This Is Why I’m Hot” went to No. 1, Sean Mims has lived on the road, touring behind his new album, Music Is My Savior. What does he miss the most about his hometown? First off, the habichuela con dulce that push-cart vendors sell in his native Washington Heights. “It’s one of the best things,” he says. “It’s beans and a sweet milk mixed together with cookies. It’s almost like a thick sweet tea.” He didn’t make it uptown when he was in town this week for a show at Avalon, but over a plate of sautéed jumbo shrimp, string beans, and a hot tea at Keens Steakhouse he told us what else he’s been eating.