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Table 8

  1. App-etizing
    Too Many Reservation AppsWhat’s the point of all these new apps and services if it’s still a hassle to eat where you want, when you want?
  2. Pizza Wars
    How To Distinguish The Two Opposing Sides In L.A.’s Quick-Serve Pizza WarBlaze Pizza secures funding to spread franchise across the country, while Umami’s shogun will likely have a more patient approach.
  3. Crime Scenes
    Table 8 Partner Joshua Woodward Turns Himself In On Attempted Murder ChargesPolice have renewed charges against the restaurateur accused of forcing his girlfriend to miscarry.
  4. Crime
    Former Table 8 Partner Arraigned on Attempted Murder ChargeJoshua Woodward faces life in jail.
  5. Openings
    Tar and Roses Taking Reservations for Tomorrow NightThere’s still no word on what chef Andrew Kirschner will prepare for his fans.
  6. Coming Soon
    Govind Goes Back to Cali, Will Take The Reins at Post & BeamThe chef will return to his locavore roots, with a new restaurant coming to Baldwin Hills.
  7. Openings
    Gyenari Closed, To Be Replaced By MoKo Next TuesdayFormer Russian Tea Room chef Gary Robins, hot off a fall pop-up, will do the Korean-inspired cooking here.
  8. Openings
    Scott Conant’s Faustina Will Open February 5The Table 8 redo will strike a “conspicuously informal tone.”
  9. Empire Building
    It’s Official: Scott Conant Will Replace Table 8The Scarpetta chef is the latest Bowery boy.
  10. Neighborhood Watch
    Table 8 Hobbles On; Truffle Blowout at Le BernardinPlus, Xi’an Famous Foods makes it to Manhattan, and Plump Dumpling relocates, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  11. Endangered
    Govind Armstrong Closing Table 8 in New YorkIs Govind going back to Cali?
  12. Closings
    Update: Govind Armstrong Closes Table 8The chef shutters his restaurant.
  13. Empire Building
    Is Table 8 Closer to Closing?“Page Six” thinks Scott Conant’s Scarpetta will take the space.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Scott Conant on the Bowery?; Tamarind’s Massive ExpansionPlus: Meet the Meatball Shop, and Trestle on Tenth does fondue, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  15. Trends
    Is L.A. Invading Chicago?Time Out makes a case that Chicago’s being invaded by west coast trends. We put it to the test.
  16. Crime Scenes
    Details Revealed in Table 8, 8 Oz. Partner’s Murder InvestigationPolice confront Joshua Woodward in a sting operation.
  17. Crime Scene
    Update: Joshua Woodward Not Yet ChargedJoshua Woodward of Table 8 and 8 Oz. is still under investigation for murder, though not formally charged.
  18. Crime Scenes
    Table 8, 8 Oz. Burger Partner Charged With MurderA restaurateur is arrested for murder in Los Angeles.
  19. Foodievents
    City Harvest Benefit Brings Lavish Spending But Modest DishesEric Ripert has raised $72,000 for charity by donating a buck per customer.
  20. Back of the House
    The New Non-Union Kitchens of Hotel RestaurantsWhy the newest crop of hotel restaurants could succeed.
  21. The Other Critics
    Bruni Thumps Table 8; Order the Burger at Prime MeatsPlus: Gael Greene weighs in on SHO Shaun Hergatt, and Ryan Sutton and Steve Cuozzo head to the Hamptons, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  22. Closings
    Table 8 in Miami Beach Files for BankruptcyGovind Armstrong loses a restaurant. Are more on the way out?
  23. The Other Critics
    Govind Slammed Again in N.Y.C.Govind Armstrong’s Table 8 export continues being tarred and feathered in N.Y.C.
  24. The Other Critics
    Bruni Considers Savoy Deeply Pleasant, Freeman and Sutton Are ‘Eh’Plus reviews of Harbour, Marea, and Brooklyn Flea, in our weekly roundup.
  25. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt on Table 8; How to Have Your HerringAlso in the magazine this week: more on DBGB.
  26. The Great Outdoors
    Cooper Square Adds Patio As Hubbub Over Noise ContinuesPlus, neighbors of the Thompson LES aren’t having it.
  27. The Other Critics
    Bruni Praises Minetta Tavern’s Meat; Table 8 Shows SkillPlus: Danyelle Freeman at Vutera, Jay Cheshes at Smith’s, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  28. In the Magazine
    Price Check on Momofuku Alum’s New RestaurantIn the magazine this week: Brooklyn Star’s startup costs, openings, Govind Armstrong’s linguine recipe, and more.
  29. Openings
    What to Eat Tonight at Table 8The menu.
  30. Openings
    Inside Table 8What to expect from Govind Armstrong’s first New York venture, opening tomorrow.
  31. In the Magazine
    Platt Sails Into Harbour; Marea Taking ReservationsAlso in this week’s magazine: Make young spinach salad and eat traditional Moroccan at last.
  32. Openings
    8 oz. Burger Bar to Follow Table 8?Armstrong’s making moves to open his artisanal burger bar in NYC.
  33. Openings
    What You’ll Eat at Table 8A preview of Govind Armstrong’s new restaurant, opening May 6.
  34. Openings
    Cooper Square Hotel Hosts Beatrice Party, Prepares for Table 8Plus, Paul Sevigny is D.J.-ing a gay night.
  35. The New York Diet
    Table 8’s Govind Armstrong Visits Veselka and Angel’s Share“I had the spicy Berkshire pork ramen. That bowl fills me up in a good way, makes me happy.”
  36. Openings
    Cooper Square Hotel Bar Is OpenPlus, an update on Table 8.
  37. Openings
    Table 8 So LateGovind Armstrong’s New York restaurant still set for this winter.
  38. Chef Shuffle
    Country’s Willis Loughhead Moves to Table 8 and Cooper Square HotelHe’ll be working with Govind Armstrong and focusing on in-house cures and new marination techniques.
  39. Restaur-anticipation
    Govind Armstrong Offers a Taste of Table 8, Opening in DecemberExpect celery and bacon soup, and a fourteen-seat charcuterie and salt bar.
  40. NewsFeed
    Is Govind Armstrong Worried Enough About New York?When top out-of-town chefs move to New York, it’s always a crapshoot. Some, like Fort Worth’s Tim Love, come in conspicuously and wash out; others, like Atlanta’s Sotohiro Kosugi, now at Soto, come in under the radar but quickly grab our attention. L.A.’s Govind Armstrong doesn’t expect much of a problem: The ultra-laid-back chef made South Beach his own and expects New York to treat him equally well. “A lot of New Yorkers come down here to Miami, and I’ve been coming up there forever, so I have a lot of friends to support me,” he tells us. “I’m not trying to reinvent the way New Yorkers eat. But I can’t not grow, you know?”
  41. Neighborhood Watch
    Tribeca’s 66 Turning Japanese in MayBedford-Stuyvesant: The list of what to drink at Thursday’s Wine & Cocktail Tasting fund-raiser includes Cockspur Rum and Beam Wines. [Bed-Stuy Gateway] Chelsea: The Frying Pan, the vessel recovered from the bottom of the ocean and turned into a bar in the eighties, has moved over a couple of piers and requires some work. [NewYorkology] Chinatown: Highgate Holdings will transform the Baxter Street Holiday Inn into a boutique hotel with a “hip” restaurant possibly from Tao’s Marc Packer or Richard Wolf of Stanton Social. [NYP] East Village: The new Cooper Square hotel may get an outlet of L.A.’s Table 8. [Down by the Hipster] Harlem: Arlene Weston’s Southern-Jamaican Maroon’s is expanding uptown to West 145th Street and may be open by June. [Uptown Flavor] Tribeca: 66 will be turning Japanese in May. [Eater] Williamsburg: The Brooklyn Kitchen will host a cupcake cook-off tomorrow at 6:30 p.m.; you may get handouts if bakers decide to bring more than the required six contenders. [Gothamist]