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Ducasse to Open Benoit in One Week; Picholine Honors ‘South Pacific’ With Special Menu
Alain Ducasse will unveil his replacement for Brasserie LCB next Monday, Terrance Brennan is loosening up for spring, and Kyotofu imports Japanese mountain peach for its new menu.
Bar Milano Opens, Predicts Star Rating; Bruni Dines at Ko
The owners of Bar Milano have (very) high hopes for the restaurant's success, Bruni's cronies finally score an online seat for him at Ko, and a recipe for bread pudding from Gramercy Tavern.
Gridskipper’s Ramen Picks Exclude the Most Famous Noodle Bar of All
Gridskipper says the King of Ramen deserves his crown.
George Soros: You Ain't Seen Nothing Yet
Publishing musical chairs, bad news on the economy front, and gripes about law-school rankings — all in our daily roundup.
John Varvatos's CBGB Store Mildly Protested
Thought you knew all of New York's quirky neighborhood names? What about New Dorp? We thought not.
Jonathan Waxman to Open Smokehouse Restaurant in East Village?
We hear that Jonathan Waxman is in the process of turning the old Kurowycky space into a meat restaurant.
Artichoke Pizza Cousins Want to Move to Manhattan
The Underground Gourmet talks with Artichoke Basille Pizza cousins Francis Garcia and Sal Basille.
Stuyvesant Town: A Landmark for a Brave New World
Also, guess which neighborhood has Brits buying, and who has been stuck walking a mile to do their laundry lately? Our daily borough news roundup.
Yankee Stadium Beer a Joke; Plenty of Time to Say Farewell to the Hog Pit
There are so many things you can buy for the price of a stadium pint, the last vestige of grunge gives up the ghost in meatpacking, and some of the ginormous alcoholic beverages found around town.
The Burger That Ate Seymour Burton
On Eater, Seymour Burton owner Adam Cohn tells the story of the rise of the city's hottest new hamburger.
Weekend Wait at Ippudo Reaches Two Hours
A flashy newcomer has surpassed Setagaya as the ramen of the moment.
Pizza, Pretzels, and Bourbon Sounds Dreamy
A major new pizzeria in the East Village, where to find delicious pretzels, and the scene at a Prospect Heights bar all in this week's magazine.
SLA Strips Le Souk, 205 of Liquor Licenses
The clubs are still open for now, but do they have much longer?
Astoria Has Red Velvet Cake Too; Fino Shuttered by the DOH
More chains for Chelsea, red velvet is a new trend in Astorian bakeries, and BarFry tops the list of one-hit wonders.
Bruni Is Steamed Over Momofuku’s Reservation System
Nearly a month after Ko's opening, the Times critic still hasn't scored a table.
State Senators, They're Just Like Us! And We, We're a Bunch Of Weirdos.
Who would've thought the Upper East Side would have its very own mysterious, chubby Asian transsexual walking around with Conway bags? That and more in today's burg-by-burg report.
Artichoke Pizza Hasn't Heard of David Chang; Green-Tea Cookies So Good in the East Village
David Chang supports other East Village restaurants, Suzy Wong's sleazy and cute, delicious cookies all over town.
Even Store That Sold CBGB Items Will Be Shuttered
Just because it's April 1 is no reason to doubt reports that a Trump luxury tower is coming to Bay Ridge, right? That and more, in our daily roundup of borough news.
East Village Pizza Spot Aspires to Match Di Fara; Foosball Lures Families to Cobble Hill
An East Village pizza spot attempts to live up to Di Fara, a two-story funhouse for kids with good food for parents opens in Cobble Hill, and how to get in to Rao's by the Insatiable Critic.
Radical Coffee Shop Vox Pop Opens in Bowery Poetry Club
Sander Hicks dreams of turning his politicized coffee shop/bookstore into a national chain rivaling Starbucks.