Plus, Amanda Seyfried picks up the check at Beatrice Inn, Billy Joel lunches at Circo, and more of this week's celebrity dining news.
Plus: Ryan Sutton at Tori Shin, and more of this week's restaurant reviews.
One bottle of '82 Petrus is pretty chichi — but some recent diners ordered two.
Plus, pro athletes in a dogpile at SL, Mayor Bloomberg and Jamie Dimon double-date at Strip House, and more of this week's celebrity dining.
Beer on tap, too, for the first time in 81 years.
The English soul singer Adele shines brightest on her bad songs.
She is delightful.
Plus: business owners hate Yelp, and Skittles discovers social media, all in our morning news roundup.
Ben Mezrich's MIT card-counting thriller is now the latest nonfiction book to come under scrutiny by people who think "nonfiction" means "true."
It's particularly disappointing because the book itself reads like a bad screenplay, which has had us hoping for years that someone would bring out its potential on film.
Karl Lagerfeld's security didn't beat anyone up yesterday, Arden Wohl didn't launch a clothing line (thank God), and Target doesn't have a new Go collection. So some fashion blogs, like Style.com are foraging.
Nope, '21' didn't get any better once 'New Republic' movie critic Christopher Orr actually saw it.
A critic strikes back against movie trailers that give the whole movie away.