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  1. The Other Critics
    Alan Richman Comes Around on HuskThe ‘GQ’ critic might not like the Charleston original, but he is absolutely smitten with the Nashville follow-up.
  2. Coming Soon
    Sweet Chick Indeed Opening in the Former Max Fish SpaceThe Williamsburg chicken and waffles spot hatches a second location.
  3. Manners
    A New Low: Dude Watches a Movie on His Laptop at DBGBLeave the laptop at home.
  4. Openings
    Morimoto’s Tribeca Canvas Replacement Bisutoro Opens MondayYes, there is a whisky cocktail called “Lost in Translation.”
  5. Video Feed
    Watch Balthazar’s Frites Masters in ActionThat’s a whole lotta potatoes.
  6. Openings
    Inside the All-New, Totally Old Tosca Cafe, From April Bloomfield and KenThe New York duo has spent the last ten months reworking and revamping the venerable San Francisco bar.
  7. Coming Soon
    Sweet Chick’s Second Location Headed to Former Max Fish SpaceAt least it won’t become another bank.
  8. C Is for Crime
    Man Arrested for Selling Fake DOH Letter GradesThe restaurants reportedly had no idea they were getting fake letter grades.
  9. Lawsuits
    Chicago Restaurant Group Sued for Racial DiscriminationThe U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims Rosebud Restaurants refused to hire African-Americans.
  10. Returning to the Well
    Bruni Celebrates Restaurant RegularityFrank Bruni reminds the world that being a restaurant regular can be pretty sweet.
  11. The Chain Gang
    Shiny Tablets Trick Americans Into Buying More Food From Chili’sThe restaurant chain tested tablet-ordering at nearly 200 locations and found they dramatically boosted business.
  12. Quote of the Day
    Things Are Not Well at Corvo BiancoAlan Richman doesn’t like Corvo Bianco, but he doesn’t think it’s chef Elizabeth Falkner’s fault.
  13. Where There’s Smoke…
    NYC Restaurant Owners Not Sure What to Make of E-CigsDoes smoking an e-cigarette count as actual smoking? Restaurants aren’t sure.
  14. Check Please
    The Tipping Backlash Goes BigAs the New York ‘Times’ runs an anti-tipping report on its front page, the idea gains some more traction.
  15. Coming Soon
    Giada De Laurentiis Latest Celeb Chef to Sign On for Vegas RestaurantLook for Giada’s in the Gansevoort hotel when it opens next year.
  16. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Juni, Shaun Hergatt’s New Restaurant Opening TonightThe fine-dining restaurant is opening in the Hotel Chandler.
  17. Coming Soon
    The Writing Room Moves Into Former Elaine’s SpaceThe name is a nod to famed Elaine’s customers Woody Allen and Norman Mailer.
  18. Hits
    Quality Italian’s Chicken Parm Now $58 and Apparently CustomizableThe restaurant’s hit dish is now even more expensive than Carbone’s famous $50 veal parm.
  19. Reopenings
    Boston’s Bomb-Damaged Forum Restaurant Reopens TodayThe restaurant has made extensive renovations.
  20. Noodletown
    Next-Level Noodles: The New Era of New York RamenThe ramen burger is only the beginning …
  21. The Grub Street Diet
    Food & Wine’s Kate Krader Eats Fake Cronuts With Questlove“For whatever reason, I got to Philly and I became obsessed with finding fake cronuts.”
  22. Reopenings
    Boston’s Bomb-Damaged Forum Restaurant Reopens Next MonthThe restaurant has been closed since the April 15 marathon attack.
  23. Lawsuits
    Matt Levine Reportedly Suing Ex-Partner for $20 MillionLevine claims his partner stole money from restaurants like Cocktail Bodega and Sons of Essex.
  24. Obits
    Union Pool Hosting Memorial for Colin Devlin TonightThe Brooklyn restaurateur took his own life last week.
  25. RIP
    DuMont Owner Colin Devlin Found Dead in PennsylvaniaPolice found him in his car after suffering what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
  26. Staffing Issues
    Talent Shortage: Why New York’s Chefs Can’t Find Enough Good CooksThere’s never been a better time to eat in New York — too bad the explosion of restaurants has made it harder than ever for chefs to staff their kitchens.
  27. Coming Soon
    Il Mulino Expanding to Flatiron District With Casual ConceptTrattoria Il Mulino should be open on 20th Street next month.
  28. Reopenings
    Ciano Reopening As Cucina Ciano on Upper East SideChef Shea Gallante won’t be returning, though.
  29. Leftovers
    Justin Bieber Parties at 1 Oak; Woody Allen Dines at CostataPlus: A Baldwin and a Kardashian eat pizza, and more, in today’s leftovers.
  30. Leftovers
    The Gowanus Yacht Club’s New Team; Back Forty’s Weekly Crab BoilPlus: weekday breakfast at the Cleveland, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  31. Freebies
    Free Smashburger Today for People Named ‘Burger’Your day has come, Mr. Frank Ratberger.
  32. Grub Guides
    15 New York Restaurants Serving Stellar Soft-Shell Crab SandwichesLafayette, Cull & Pistol, and Vinegar Hill House are all offering summer specials.
  33. Expansions
    Daniel Boulud Opening DBGB Kitchen & Bar in Las VegasThe Lyon-born, world-acclaimed chef is taking his East Village sausage palace to Las Vegas.
  34. Celebrity Settings
    Lil Jon Gets Tequila Delivered to Sen; Cameron Diaz and Nicki Minaj Lunch atPlus: Bill Clinton talks politics at Pepela, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  35. Leftovers
    Saturdays Surf Collaborates With La Colombe; Gilt Taste Is OverPlus: Little Prince launches brunch, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  36. Closing Time
    Community Board 4 Moves to Outlaw Sunday Booze in BushwickA kind of blue law comes to Brooklyn.
  37. James Weird Awards
    The James Weird Awards: McDonald’s Weddings, Swine Spills, and ShrimpPlus: Batman robs McDonald’s, and multiple shrimp thefts, in our weekly roundup of weird restaurant news.
  38. Mediavore
    L&I Denies Targeting Italian Market Vendors; PA’s Indoor Smoking Ban Has Had aPlus PA farmers are eligible for emergency drought relief, and Michelle Obama urges restaurateurs to provide more healthy items on kids’ menus, all in our morning news roundup.
  39. Etiquette
    How to Get on a Restaurant BlacklistIt helps to be polite and treat the host/server/bartender/busboy with the respect you would treat a fellow human.
  40. Deals
    Awesome Dumplings and Cheap Lunch at Szechuan Tasty HouseThere’s a big list of dishes under ten bucks, and a lunch menu that includes three courses for $6.
  41. The James Weird Awards
    The James Weird Awards: This Week’s Hard-to-Swallow Restaurant NewsIndecent exposure, peeping toms, marinating cats, and the trashing of a Red Lobster — all in this week’s roundup of weird restaurant news.
  42. Lists
    Philly’s Markets Best New York’s as a Summer Travel DestinationLos Angeles, Boston, Chicago, and San Francisco all fared better.
  43. This Is Why You’re Broke
    Midtown East–ers Spend $1,196 Per Month Eating Out, Brownsvillers SpendSee what your neighbors spend.
  44. Awards
    James Beard Awards: The Chef and Restaurant FinalistsThe last of the award finalists announced by the James Beard Foundation this morning.
  45. Other Cities
    Oh No He Didn’t: Alain Ducasse Says London Is Most Important RestaurantThe French chef says it has overtaken New York.
  46. Health Concerns
    Should the Restaurant Industry Take Its Medicine and Allow Sick Leave?More on the issue of required sick days.
  47. Financial Woes
    No, Really: It’s the Perfect Time to Open a RestaurantRegina Schrambling tells why.
  48. Bookshelf
    From William Grimes’s Appetite City: 25 Restaurants We Wish StillAn early look at the former ‘Times’ critic’s fascinating history of New York restaurants.
  49. Twitterverse
    Restaurants That TweetWhich bars and restaurants use Twitter?
  50. Big Brother
    No Surprise: Restaurant Group Opposes Health Department GradesAmong other things, it would be an invitation to bribery. Plus, some surprising health-inspection stats.
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