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The Spotted Pig

  1. celebrity settings
    Jake Gyllenhaal Eats Ice Cream Alone; Jason Segel Hangs With PadmaPlus: Michael Phelps ate a huge meal, Hillary Clinton dined with Chelsea, and more, in our weekly roundup of celebrity dining.
  2. Neighborhood Watch
    GoogaMooga Tickets Available Tomorrow; Blue Smoke Marks St. Paddy’s WithPlus: Cafe Doppio closes, an olive oil lecture, and more neighborhood news.
  3. Agenda
    Staff Meals: Spotted Pig Launches ‘Little Piggy’ DinnersEach pork-centric repast explores the heritage of a particular restaurant staffer.
  4. Empire Building
    Papaya King’s L.A. Debut Nears; Ken Friedman Plans His Own Westward MoveFriedman’s next project won’t be another Spotted Pig, but it might be another gastropub.
  5. User’s Guide
    Grub Street’s Guide to Penning an April Bloomfield ProfileFirst ‘New York,’ then ‘The New Yorker,’ then the ‘Telegraph,’ and now the ‘Guardian.’ Here’s how the writers did it.
  6. Openings
    CB3 Tries to Kill the Music at Former Mo Pitkins, But Restaurants Keep onPhil Hartman and Todd Patrick face a hurdle in merging live music with Mexican food, but dining rooms are rocking all over town.
  7. In the Magazine
    Platt on Ciano, Millesime; the Robs on the City’s Latest RestaurantPlus: It doesn’t matter if you can’t tell your persimmons apart, and a chat with Nate Smith of Prospect Heights’ Dean Street, all in this week’s magazine.
  8. Coming Soon
    Starr’s Pub Gets a Dandy NameStarr’s pub could open sooner than anyone expected.
  9. Foodievents
    April Bloomfield: You Can Forget About That Whole Spotted Pig Vegas BusinessWe were a fly on the wall at her pig-butchering class.
  10. Personalities
    April Bloomfield Won’t Hire White Guys With Dreadlocks, and Eleven OtherWhat we took away from her ‘New Yorker’ profile.
  11. Marketing Gimmicks
    Jay-Z’s Memoir Pops Up on Takeout Menus, Tablecloths, and Pizza BoxesAnd even on a spotted pig last night!
  12. Crime Scenes
    Man Arrested for Making the Spotted Pig His Personal After-hoursPlus, sexual abuse at a Lower East Side lounge.
  13. Menus
    What to Eat When April Bloomfield Guest-Chefs at MelisseThe Spotted Pig chef will cook six courses in Santa Monica.
  14. Neighborhood Watch
    Party for Pride at the Spotted Pig; Flex Launches All-You-Can-Eat MusselsPlus: A Jell-O mold competition in Gowanus, and Cheap Shots reopens with a new name, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  15. User Reviews
    User Reviews: A ‘Sexy Euro Scene’ at Bobo; SorellaPlus: manly steaks at Smith & Wollensky and plate-licking goodness at Sorella, in our weekly roundup of the best restaurant user reviews.
  16. Other Cities
    April Bloomfield Looks in LondonThe Breslin chef plans a return to the city where she got her start.
  17. World Cup
    The Spotted Pig Wakes Up Early for the World CupGet some sausage rolls, smoothies, and beer with your early-morning soccer viewing.
  18. Empire Building
    There Will Never Be Another Spotted Pig Anywhere, But Especially Not in PhillyAnother day, another Starr rumor
  19. The New York Diet
    ‘Epic Chef’ April Bloomfield Breaks for Tea and Biscuits“I remember a time I ate Shepherd’s Pie at the Spotted Pig. It was so delicious, I ate so much of it that I couldn’t move. And I felt so sluggish and all I wanted to do was curl up by the stove.”
  20. Undercover Chef
    How to Make the Spotted Pig’s Deviled Eggs at HomeAn undercover chef deconstructs April Bloomfield’s recipe in order to replicate it at home.
  21. In the Magazine
    Adam Platt Sinks Oceana’s Lofty Ambitions; Meet the Spotted Pig ForagerAlso in the magazine this week: holiday cakes, and crabapple mostarda.
  22. New York Wine and Food Festival
    Prime Beef: Scenes From the Burger BashA look at the burgers from Friday night’s competition in Brooklyn, featuring Michael Psilakis, Rachael Ray, and Katie Lee.
  23. Foodievents
    Fergus Henderson Unveils FergusStock MenuThe king of hearts and parts is back in town, cooking at the Breslin and the Spotted Pig.
  24. 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.
  25. Foodievents
    To-Do: Gabrielle Hamilton Reading, Pie Social, Singles ‘Meat’-Up,Plus, a locavore festival and a pizza-and-beer pairing, in our roundup of upcoming food events.
  26. Neighborhood Watch
    More Chances to Catch Fergus Henderson This Fall; Hell’s Kitchen the NewPlus: Little Buddy Bakery now open on the South Slope, and Bushwick gets a cafe-garden–performance-space, in our regular roundup of neighborhood food news.
  27. Neighborhood Watch
    Secret to the Pig’s Gazpacho; Last Week to Raid the Cellar at VeritasPlus: The co-owner of Chip Shop complains that ice-cream trucks are unhealthy, and trade blood for cupcakes tomorrow in Greenpoint.
  28. Foodienomics
    Cash Cows: New York’s Highest-Grossing DishesAll those pork buns really add up.
  29. Top Chef
    Stefan Richter on His Memoir, His New Restaurant, and, of Course, the LadiesStefan Richter tells us why he hasn’t finished his memoir, and talks about winning over lesbians: “It’s all about being charming.”
  30. Twitterverse
    Star-Tweeting Runs Rampant at Minetta TavernA perfect storm of celebrities and stalkers.
  31. Lists
    Local Talent Gets Love From Bourdain, But Not From World’s Great ChefsBourdain picks thirteen places to visit before you die, and ten superstar chefs pick 100 emerging stars.
  32. Slideshow
    Mandy Moore Learns How to Cook the Spotted Pig’s GnudiWatch Mandy Moore in the kitchen with the Spotted Pig’s chefs.
  33. Openings
    Ace Hotel Will Open Lobby Bar Next Week, Breslin in JulyAnd the staff will be wearing Converse.
  34. Road Trip
    April Bloomfield & Co. Take U.K. Field Trip to Prep for Ace DebutOn the itinerary: Squirrel, lamb kidney, and mutton diaphragm.
  35. Changbang
    Back to Orange AlertEverything’s okay now — critics are back to praising Momofuku.
  36. Entreaties
    Okay, It’s Time to Stop Comparing Every New Restaurant to MomofukuIt’s getting Momo-notonous!
  37. What to Eat
    Feeding Frenzy at Spotted PigJust an hour into dinner service, the Spotted Pig has already run out of Mangalitsa pork.
  38. What to Eat
    Spotted Pig May Have to Find a Roquefort AlternativePlus, how your pig’s head is made.
  39. Polemics
    Question: ‘Should Fine Dining Die?’A look at the pros and cons of the disappearing haute establishment.
  40. Lady Chefs
    Are Female Chefs Getting the Short End of the Stick?They’re out there, against the odds — but would the media rather focus on Mario Batali and his crocks?
  41. Temporary Closings
    John Dory Cancels Dinner Because of, Ironically, Water ProblemsA pipe burst during dinner service last night.
  42. Fun With Numbers
    Google Insight Blows Our Mind, Shows Shift From the Buddakans to the MomofukusA look at the most popular restaurant searches of the past four years.
  43. Openings
    Ken Friedman Will Not Be Damned by Frank Bruni Again!’Friedman is mildly obsessed with getting a good review from Frank Bruni.’ Plus, more interior shots!
  44. Openings
    John Dory Hopes to Reel In Con EdIn the meantime, we have your first food shot.
  45. Openings
    John Dory Taking Reservations Tomorrow; Fake and Real Fish in PlaceThe new seafood restaurant from the Spotted Pig team is ‘getting there’; photos show the 900-pound aquarium is up and running.
  46. British Invasion
    Fergie Ferg: Neil Ferguson Teams With Cavaliere, Fergus Henderson Cooks WithLondon’s great head-to-tail cook will be in the kitchen at Momofuku and Spotted Pig this weekend.
  47. Mediavore
    Sarah Palin Is (on a Piece of) Toast; Will Sushi Go Sustainable?Debunking the myth that food travels 1,500 miles from farm to plate, and a list of best spots for late-night dining, from our glance at the morning headlines.
  48. Gordon Ramsay Plans a New York Project à la Spotted PigHe’s doing something more casual, but he insists it isn’t because of the economy.
  49. Mediavore
    Spotted Pig Gnudi Under Lock and Key; Urban Farm Boom in OaklandCity Harvest goes green and Crazy Legs puts Michael Phelps to shame, in our daily news roundup.
  50. The New York Diet
    Rising Star Chef Anne Burrell Introduces Us to ‘Big-Girl Soda’And tells us how much she likes eating with her fingers.
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