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  1. Art Bites
    Johnny Rockets Gives Us A New Excuse to Use Up Old Bottles of HeinzIn which we hold our noses to reconsider condiment-based art.
  2. Saucy
    Johnny Rockets Salutes The Nation With Questionable Ketchup ArtThe burger chain has a local artist bent on turning Mouth Rushmore into a mural made from condiments.
  3. Saucy
    Chef Nick Coe Applauded For His Locavore KetchupThe sauce started when the Black Cat Bakery chef purchased hundreds of pounds of tomatoes and delved into 19th century recipes.
  4. Saucy
    Mulberry Street Pizzeria’s Marinara Breaks Into Bed, Bath, and BeyondRichie Palmer is offering a free slice to anyone who brings in a receipt.
  5. Saucy
    Bacaro Bottles Its Chipotle AioliFollowing Umami’s lead, the South Central wine bar merchandizes a favorite condiment.
  6. Saucy
    Plan Check Chef Ernesto Uchimura: Condiment InnovatorThe chef invents a ketchup leather to impart flavor without fear of anything going soggy.
  7. Saucy
    Patsy Grimaldi Reclaims Grimaldi’s, and More Grimal’drama [Updated]One of New York City’s most popular pizza dens is going through some serious changes.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Café Gray Back in the Lunch Game on the Upper West SideCarroll Gardens: Carniceria, the attempted replacement for Porchetta, has gone down for the dirt nap. [Eater] Meatpacking District: Paradou will kick off its fall menu on October 10. [Grub Street] Tribeca: Ceci-Cela on Chambers Street will close up shop near the end of December because their landlord tried to impose an “unacceptable” rent increase. [Grub Street] Upper East Side: Saucy on York Avenue at 75th Street will offer a (what else?) sauce-driven tasting menu from October 8 through 14. [Grub Street] Upper West Side: Gray Kunz has reinstated lunch at Café Gray with an Indian-Summer Prix Fixe that includes dishes like sweet-corn ravioli and skate schnitzel with fingerlings and brown butter. [Grub Street]