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Richie Notar

  1. Reopenings
    Looks Like the Original Lenox Lounge May Not Reopen for a WhileAlvin Reed needs investors.
  2. Coming Soon
    Richie Notar Opening Sag Harbor Outpost of HarlowThe waterfront restaurant will open in May.
  3. Reopenings
    Revived Lenox Lounge Set to Reopen Blocks Away From Original SpaceCome blow your horn, and all that.
  4. Delays
    Lenox Lounge Reopening Pushed to Spring of 2014Take the A train, but slowly.
  5. Coming Soon
    Richie Notar Says New Lenox Lounge Will Open by Year’s EndPlus, he explains the Mixed Salad Theory of restaurant crowds.
  6. Restaurant Review
    Platt: Harlow and Bill’s Food and Drink Evoke a Bygone Era in DiningGlitzy restaurants used to pop up all over town during the go-go years, but in this grimly post-crash era, they’ve been few and far between.
  7. Coming Soon
    Beasts of the Southern Wild Star Will Open His Harlem Bakery This Spring“They plan to have Mr. Henry’s bakery everywhere there’s Nobu, and there’s Nobus all over the country.”
  8. Openings
    Richie Notar Signs On for Lenox Lounge Space, Reportedly With Robert De NiroBig plans for a landmark space in Harlem.
  9. Coming Soon
    New Orleans–Based Buttermilk Drop Baker Looking at HarlemThe baker turned actor from New Orleans sets his sights on Harlem.
  10. Empire Building
    Richie Notar Is Launching Three New RestaurantsThree restaurants in the woks, starting with something new in the Lombardy Hotel.
  11. Mediavore
    Richie Notar’s Regular Table; Marketing Food to KidsPlus: an Emanuel brother turns to food criticism, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Temporary Openings
    Look for Pop-up Nobu in East Hampton This SummerBut don’t expect to get a table there.
  13. Mediavore
    Nobu Owner Melts Down; Date Night Goes CasualPlus: Foer inspires celebrity veganism, and the SLA gets speedy, all in our morning news roundup.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Don’t Be an Ass, You’ll Be Made to Wait; Park Slope Gets Its BeerClinton Hill: John’s Donut Shop & Restaurant looks like an unassuming diner, but a recent visit revealed an actual wait. Do people know something we don’t know? [Clinton Hill Blog] Dumbo: Water Street Restaurant is promoting $3 Draft Beers and a 2-for-1 Cheeseburger Special on Sunday. [Dumbo NYC] Flatiron: If you get to Hill Country at 8 p.m. on a Saturday and come 9 p.m. you’re still waiting for a table, you’ve now struck “Shot o’clock,” according to GM John Shaw, “gratis shots for all at the bar.” [Eater] Little Italy: This is proof that the city’s nightlife is still hot: “Degenerates of nyc in full swing at gold bar. 19 yr old Brazilians having makeshift photo shoots as the party floods into the D.J. booth to play with the new mac computers.” Only Bangkok could be hotter than that! [Down by the Hipster] Park Slope: Beer Table, whose SLA woes were chronicled by the Times this week, will open Saturday. [Eat for Victory/VV] Tribeca: A bit of diner rudeness has been spotted around town lately — stool-swiping, line-cutting, table-hogging — but there’s a bit of consolation (and warning to offenders): Nobu co-owner Richie Notar revealed “they get secretly punished with extra-long waits.” [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]
  15. Mediavore
    Gordon Ramsay’s Dark Side Revealed; Staten Island Pizza Conquers the WorldAccording to a revealing new profile by Heat author Bill Buford, Gordon Ramsay isn’t a bad guy, “but he does get angry, helplessly and uncontrollably angry — not an earthly anger but something darker — and has trouble knowing how to stop.” [NYer] State legislator proposes an A through F system of grading restaurant hygiene, but the Department of Health is against it. [amNY] A Staten Island pizzeria beats out a field of 65 from six countries to win the 23rd International Pizza Expo in Las Vegas. It’s Denino’s, right? Joe and Pat’s? No. It’s Goodfella’s Brick Oven Pizza. [NYDN]