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  1. Mysteries
    Why Doesn’t Lin-Manuel Miranda Have His Own Sardi’s Caricature Yet?Only one Broadway honor continues to elude the Hamilton creator and star: a portrait at the Times Square institution.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Eva Mendes Hosts Lunch at the Clocktower; Mark Ruffalo Eats Fries at IrvingtonThis week’s Celebrity Settings.
  3. Celebrity Settings
    Olivia Wilde and Jason Sudeikis Snuggle at Joseph Leonard; the Mad MenPlus: Jay-Z at Carbone, and more, in this week’s roundup.
  4. Celebrity Settings
    Fashionistas on the Dining Scene: Victoria Beckham at Nobu, Karl Lagerfeld atThis (Fashion) Week in celebrity sightings.
  5. Mediavore
    Even Sunset Wants In on the Street Food Thing; Monsanto Wants to Donate
  6. Mediavore
    Trump, Cipriani Group Eye Tavern on the Green; Serpico Busted for ConcealedPlus: the city’s best-looking waitstaffs, and PETA amasses shares, all in our morning news roundup.
  7. Celebrity Settings
    Warren Sapp and Richie Rich Dine at Via dei Mille; Elton John Chats Up a BusboyPlus: Tyra Banks brunches at Commerce, Harold Ford Jr. campaigns at Ritorante San Pietro, and more in our weekly roundup of boldface dining.
  8. The New York Diet
    Dancing With the Stars Winner Kym Johnson Samples Sardi’s, Wowed“I shared some little gummy bears with Maks Chmerkovskiy at the show, as well.”
  9. Celebrity Settings
    Aniston Out-Dines Mayer; FLOTUS Flatters Gramercy TavernPlus: Vin Diesel hangs with the president of the Domincan Republic, and more, in our weekly roundup of boldface meals.
  10. Nostalgia
    How Different Did Manhattan’s Menus Look 30 Years Ago?We crack a 1975 book, ‘Manhattan Menus,’ and take a trip back in time.
  11. Mediavore
    PETA Frees Giant Lobster; Theater District Restaurants Feel the PinchPlus: historic dining, and what foodies want from Obama, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. NewsFeed
    ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ Immortalized at Sardi’sAnika Noni Rose, Terrence Howard and Phylicia Rashad get their caricatures on the wall of fame.
  13. Back of the House
    One of the Last Great Old-Time Restaurateurs, Vincent Sardi Jr., Dead at 91 The Times has lavished a lengthy obituary on Vincent Sardi Jr., one of the last great old-time restaurateurs. Sardi died today in a Vermont hospital at age 91. His eponymous theater-district restaurant was the nerve center of the Broadway world for decades; no celebrity chef, design team, or carefully cultivated staff could create the kind of atmosphere that he produced with the sheer warmth and vigor of his personality. Like everyone else, we’re sorry to see Mr. Sardi go. Owner of Sardi’s Restaurant Dies at 91 [NYT]