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Saul Bolton

  1. Leftovers
    No. 7 Sub Super Bowl Orders; Bodega Negra Opens Next WeekPlus: Additional Barbuto anniversary celebrations, and more, in today’s Leftovers.
  2. Openings
    What to Eat at Saul, Opening Tomorrow in the Brooklyn MuseumSaul Bolton’s restaurant is reborn.
  3. Foodievents
    April Bloomfield Leading Brooklyn’s ‘Taste Talks’ Food andWhy yes, there is a workshop called “Introduction to Food Photography: A Beginner’s Guide to Making Bacon Look Sexy.”
  4. Permanent Exhibits
    More Details on Saul’s Move to the Brooklyn MuseumThe relocated restaurant opens this fall.
  5. Relocations
    Saul on Smith Street to Close Sunday, Will Reopen Inside Brooklyn Museum ThisIt belongs in a museum!
  6. Openings
    Saul Bolton’s Red Gravy Coming to Brooklyn HeightsThe Vanderbilt and Saul chef ventures into red-sauce territory.
  7. Lists
    Sietsema’s Greatest NYC Chefs: No Tom Colicchio or Michael WhiteThe ‘Voice’ critic does have seventeen other favorites, though.
  8. Neighborhood Watch
    Terroir Tribeca Opens; Beer Dinner at the VanderbiltPlus: Marcus Samuelsson at the James Beard House, and a $10 lunch menu at Bann, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  9. Neighborhood Watch
    Stone Park Cafe Owners Plan Cheap Chinese; Park Luncheonette ClosesPlus: ‘Wizard of Oz’-themed drinks at the Oak Room, and Saul Bolton plans two more restaurants.
  10. Openings
    An EXCLUSIVE First Look at the Vanderbilt 80 Years AgoThis pre-plywood thing is getting ridiculous.
  11. Mediavore
    The Year in Preview; Too-Small Portions at Eleven Madison ParkPlus: Old New York at Eisenberg’s Sandwich Shop, and a milk surplus, all in our morning news roundup.
  12. Mediavore
    Car Plows Into Hop Kee; Neroni Keeps SpinningA car plows into the venerable Hop Kee restaurant in Chinatown. The restaurant is damaged, and one person is hurt. [Downtown Express] Izakaya invasion! The city now boasts everything from simple sake joints with food to full-blown small-plate restaurants. [NYDN] The official Times take on the Neroni Affair includes this classic quote, in defense of the Desperate Chef: “If Marco didn’t want anyone signing checks, including Jason, he should have put the checkbook in the safe.” [NYT]