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  1. Single Serving Restaurants
    Gastronomics: The Big Benefits for Restaurateurs Who Think SmallFelix Salmon looks at the many advantages of opening a Single-Serving Restaurant, a place that specializes in one thing and one thing only.
  2. Closings
    S’mac Gets Smacked DownThe macaroni-and-cheese joint closes uptown.
  3. Neighborhood Watch
    A Taste of Fatty ‘Cue; New CSAs in Carroll Gardens, DumboPlus: Bushwick’s Free WiFi offers much more, and S’MAC adds salsa picante macaroni and cheese, in our roundup of neighborhood food news.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Pig Feast at Ardesia; Free Wine Classes in Cobble HillPlus: The Beard House helps Haiti, and Holey Cream makes doughnut ice-cream sandwiches, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  5. Menu Changes
    Another Pie Joint, Pinch and S’Mac, Adds a BurgerAnother pizza joint goes the burger route.
  6. Expansions
    Super S’MacS’Mac has opened a takeout and delivery annex next to its current 12th Street location.
  7. Mediavore
    Gilt Besieged by ‘Gossip Girl’ Wannabes; More of the Old EastThe bar at Gilt is besieged by “a parade of ripe Lolitas,” all clamoring for cocktails like their idols on Gossip Girl. Unhappily for the nymphets, and any well-heeled Humbert Humberts who happen to be hanging around, you have to be 21 to drink in the real-world version of the bar. [Insatiable Critic] Two of the last holdouts of the old East Village, Sophie’s and Mona’s, are both for sale. What will replace them? Trustafarian discos? Hookah bars? Collegiate-style ale houses? Somewhere Rockets Redglare is rolling in his grave. [NYP] To help allay the bitterness of exile, the New York Food Anywhere blog will show you where to find New York food in places that aren’t New York. It’s depressing, but it does make you appreciate the fact that you don’t need to use it. [New York Food Anywhere via Serious Eats]
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    La Esquina Laying Breakfast Eggs on Little ItalyEast Village: If you’re a police officer, a nurse, or another kind of emergency service responder, S’MAC will give you a 15 percent discount on your order now through Labor Day. [S’MAC] Flatiron: The name of the new Gansevoort coming to Park Avenue will be … Gansevoort Park. [Down by the Hipster] Harlem: More mega-chain fast food coming soon. [Uptown Flavor] Little Italy: La Esquina now serves breakfast. [Eat for Victory/VV] Midtown East: Tonight at the Mercedes Benz showroom, Adirondack Creamery and Chinatown Ice Cream Factory will dole out green-tea, kulfi-pistachio-cardamom, and almond-cookie ice creams (among other flavors) to ticket holders supporting Asian Women in Business. [AWIB] Midtown West: On August 23, former Maya chef de cuisine Julian Medina is opening his own nouveau Mexican restaurant called Toloache at 251 West 50th Street. [Grub Street]
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    An Ice-Cream War Breaks Out in AstoriaAstoria: A new dessert contender triggers ice-cream price wars. [Joey in Astoria] East Village: S’MAC is celebrating its first birthday Tuesday with $1 macaroni and cheese. [S’MAC] Financial District: As a follow-up to its winter chocolate weekends, the Exchange Hotel has introduced sundae-themed packages that include pints of ice cream delivered to your room nightly. A sundae bar, tonight only, kicks off the gluttonous launch. [NewYorkology] Flatiron: Shake Shack closed at 3 p.m. today for a private fund-raiser and will reopen in the morning. [Eater] Greenwich Village: Grey Dog Coffee’s second location, on University Place, should be up and running by July. [Eat for Victory/VV] Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: New bar Lime hopes to attract a Caribbean following once it opens. [Across the Park]
  10. Back of the House
    Keller Starred, Ramsay Scarred — Palmer Just Plain Buttered Up• After chilling poolside with Charlie “Sturdy, Masculine” Palmer, Brendan Vaughan gives the restaurateur turned Vegas hotelier a royal buttering. [Esquire] • Does Gordon Ramsay’s kitchen rage stem from daddy issues? [Bloomberg] • Michelin sizes up the West Coast, and Killer Keller becomes the second chef to hit the Deuce (two three-star restaurants, that is). [NYT] • Bringing it back home: The lil’ guys behind S’MAC are thinking “mac and cheese is going to be the new pizza.” [NYP]