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Tables Available at Aureole and Home; Stanton Social Mostly Booked

It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: New American cuisine.

Tables Available at Rose Water and Telepan; Esca Mostly Booked

It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Haute Barnyard destinations.

Tables Available at Centro Vinoteca and Tailor; Kingswood Fully Booked

It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls, but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: reviewed by Adam Platt.

Tables Available at Café Gray and Tailor.; Masa Fully Booked

It’s just past 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: certified geniuses.

Tables Available at Borough Food & Drink and the E.U.; Perry St Fully Booked

It’s just past 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: neighborhood chic.

Tables Available at Tabla; Union Square Cafe Mostly Booked

It’s after 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked nine restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Danny Meyer/Tom Colicchio.

Tables Available at Barbetta and Minetta Tavern

It’s after 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: The Old School.

Tables Available at i Trulli and Abboccato; Insieme Mostly Booked

It's 4:30 p.m., and that means it's time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don't guarantee the results.) Today: high Italian.

Tables Available at 5 Ninth; Gilt Fully Booked

It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: restaurants for romance.

Tables Available at Kittichai and Morimoto; Nobu Fully Booked

It's after 4 p.m., and that means it's time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don't guarantee the results.) Today: Haute Asian.

Tables Available at Savoy and Rose Water; Blue Hill Mostly Booked

It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked some restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Haute Barnyard destinations.

Tables Available at Barfry and Tailor; Primehouse Mostly Booked

It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls, but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Reviewed by Adam Platt.

Tables Available at the Modern; Craftsteak Fully Booked

It’s just after 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked nine restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Danny Meyer/Tom Colicchio.

Tables Available at E.U. and Borough Food & Drink, Applewood Mostly Booked

It’s just past 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Neighborhood chic.

Tables Available at Cru and Picholine; Gordon Ramsay Fully Booked

It’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. We just asked ten restaurants the best time they can squeeze a couple in for dinner; you need only make your chosen reservation. (As always, we make the calls but don’t guarantee the results.) Today: Gourmet French cuisine.

Decent Tables Still Available for Ducasse's Opening Night

Alain Ducasse
We just called the resy line at Adour Alain Ducasse (212-710-2277) and were told we could still get a table for two at 9:30 p.m. on opening night, January 28. We were also informed the five-course prix fixe would include cucumber-marinated hamachi, foie gras, tapioca ravioli, striped bass, duck breast, and pear clafouti, but you might want to think twice before you sink the $110. The Great One’s new London restaurant, Ducasse at the Dorchester, just got seriously panned in the Guardian. According to a very much not-amused Jay Rayner, the “grasping, mediocre experience” is “enough to send the happiest souls screaming for Prozac” and “memorable in an accident-with-a-threshing-
machine way.” Ouch. Ducasse was also poised to say “abracadabra” to a restaurant in the Eiffel Tower this past weekend, so we wonder if he isn’t stretching himself a tad thinner than usual? Make the reservation and let us know. To Catch A Falling Star [Guardian] Chef Alain Ducasse’s Eiffel Tower Venture Gets Off the Ground [LAT]