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No. 1–10 Chinese

A new list of the city's top Chinese restaurants.

By Daniel Maurer

Jim Leff Maps Out Culinary Touchstones in Jackson Heights

Brooklyn Heights: National chain Five Guys Burgers and Fries in construction on Montague Street. [Brooklyn Heights Blog] Fort Greene: Next Wednesday, Stonehome Wine Bar will host a four-course wine-tasting dinner as a toast to spring. [Brooklyn Record] Hell's Kitchen: Grand Sichuan is closed while the outlet tries to regain its lost lease; loyal diners missing the “We would be two—love birds flying wing to wing on high” dish are distraught. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine] Jackson Heights: Chowhound founder Jim Leff finally provides a map of the neighborhood's culinary touchstones. [Chowhound via Gothamist] Park Slope: An employee spills that D'Agostino will close at the end of April. [Only the Blog Knows Brooklyn] Whole Foods set to open summer 2008 not giving much relief to neighbors still fearing the property is toxic. [Gowanus Lounge] Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: New deli on Washington Avenue opens; wide selection of do-rags already turning heads. [across the park]

Chicken Soup for the House-Bound Soul

Right now there are two kinds of New Yorkers: those with a cold, flu, cough, sniffle, ache, or fever, and those trying to ward off everyone else’s germs. Our advice: Stay close to home, and let the chicken soup and orange juice come to you.