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Tribeca Film Festival

  1. Video Feed
    Watch a Clip From Paul Liebrandt’s ‘A Matter of Taste’The film follows Liebrandt from a post-9/11 New York through the opening of Corton.
  2. Blechtacular
    Two Is a Trend: Questionable Popcorn and Alcohol Mash-UpsWhat would you rather do: eat booze-flavored popcorn, or drink popcorn-flavored booze?
  3. Openings
    Bar Artisanal (Opening Tomorrow) and 675 Bar Launch With A-list PartiesDetails about Terrance Brennan’s Artisanal spinoff.
  4. Neighborhood Watch
    Picnic Club Debuts in Central Park; Manhattan’s Better With RyeThe owners of a coffeehouse–wine bar combo might be on to something and a Country chef opens a Nolita restaurant in today’s neighborhood food news.
  5. NewsFeed
    Documentary Captures the Ultimate Cooking ContestIf your idea of cooking competitions is based on Iron Chef America or Top Chef — and who could blame you if it is? — wait till you see the Bocuse d’Or.
  6. Neighborhood Watch
    Texas Barbecue Coming to Tribeca in Limited ReleaseClinton Hill: Former Bodegas spot now in the hands of Fort Greene’s Pequeña posse. [Brooklyn Record] Little Italy: The great-grandson of the founder of the San Gennaro Festival plans to add an Italian-American history museum to the nabe as well as high-end retailers like Armani and Gucci (a step up from those “I Heart BJs” shirts). [MetroNY] Lower East Side: Park Slope’s Cocoa Bar set to open on Clinton Street by the end of May. [Cocoa Bar] Tribeca: Smokin’ Joe’s True-Blue Texas Barbecue will serve lunch (sandwiches, platters, and all the fixins) at the Tribeca Tavern on Fridays and Saturdays during the Tribeca Film Festival and, let’s hope, longer. [NYT] Mai House’s late-night $10 menu kicks off tonight. [Myriad Restaurant Group] West Village: Chumley’s will be under construction for the next few months, at least. [Eater]