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  1. Rent
    Danny Meyer Says Rising Rents Are Crushing New York’s Neighborhood“There are neither victims nor villains in this story,” Meyer writes.
  2. Closings
    Family Recipe Closes This Weekend on the Lower East SideThe restaurant was approaching its third birthday.
  3. Coming Soon
    Sushi Nakazawa Owner Will Next Open ‘Seafood-Oriented’ Restaurant“You’ll hear about it in a few weeks,” he says.
  4. Legacies
    Wylie Dufresne’s Unwavering Vision Turned wd~50 Into a Vital New YorkThe chef never strayed from his original plan for the restaurant, even as others suggested he should — and that’s exactly why it’s so worthy of celebration.
  5. Cherche Le McNally
    Here’s a Covert First Look Into Cherche MidiYes, that is a burger in the $20 range.
  6. Closings
    Williamsburg’s Verb Café Closes This Month“The landlord wants us to pay 70 percent more rent than what we’re paying,” an employee says.
  7. Friends and Family
    Underhyped Openings: The Hottest Trend in New York RestaurantsPlenty of people say 2014 is a boring year for restaurants, but it could just be that owners are less interested in preopening buzz.
  8. First Look
    First Look at Delaware and Hudson, Patti Jackson’s Ode to Mid-AtlanticThe restaurant is in the old Egg space in Williamsburg.
  9. Coming Soon
    Sweet Chick Scores Liquor License at Former Max Fish SpaceHow about some whiskey with those waffles?
  10. Not So Sweet
    Platt: Why This Is the Dark Age of DessertRestaurants have swapped glamorous, crescendos of sweets in favor of cheap, ready-made options that don’t always satisfy.
  11. Snow Job
    How Much Should You Really Tip Your Food-Delivery Guy When the Weather Sucks?Blizzards are a love-hate scenario for food couriers, who deal with clogged traffic lanes, potentially thankless customers — and the best money they’ll make all year.
  12. Cold Hearted
    Broken Up: The Death of New York’s Romantic RestaurantsFor years, owners and customers alike have conspired to kill the mood.
  13. Model Chefs
    Giada De Laurentiis Made Her Fashion Week Debut Last NightThe chef wore Carolina Herrera.
  14. Drip Drip Drip Drip
    Rejoice: New York’s Servers No Longer Have to Ask Permission to Pour YourDrinking tap water just got a whole lot easier.
  15. who pun the world
    I Am Pasta Fierce: A Beyoncé-Themed Valentine’s Day MenuDiva is a female version of a Brusstla. 
  16. Closings
    Morimoto Leaving Bisutoro, Restaurant Closing Tomorrow for RevampIt’s going out with a bang.
  17. Appointments
    James Gersten Replaces Stephen Hanson at BR Guest HospitalityThe company’s 25 restaurants generate $150 million annually.
  18. Closings
    Silver Spurs on Broadway Closes on SundayThe standby has been open for the last three decades.
  19. Closings
    Tamarind Flatiron Closing After 14 YearsTribeca is about to get Tamarind squared.
  20. Waffling
    Sweet Chick Denied Liquor License for Former Max Fish SpaceChicken-scratch that.
  21. RIP
    The Life and Incredible Influence of Zuni Café Chef Judy RodgersRodgers’s culinary legacy extends far beyond the superlative roast chicken and famously perfect Caesar salad she served at Zuni Café.
  22. Closings
    Fatty ’Cue Brooklyn Will Close Next Week, Transform into ‘FattyThe Williamsburg location will be closed this coming Monday.
  23. Check Yo Self
    Restaurant Check Sermons: The Weakest Kind of Power GrabIf the only way you can express your views is by stiffing servers, you are a sad, weak individual.
  24. Kung Pao Pastrami
    Order Status: Mission Chinese Food’s Delivery, ReviewedGrub Street recruited office workers around Manhattan to get some lunch delivered and report back with their experiences.
  25. Coming Soon
    Polo Dobkin Will Reopen Williamsburg’s Dressler As a New RestaurantThe chef will open a new restaurant in the space where he worked for many years.
  26. Coming Soon
    Rôtisserie Georgette Opens Next Month; Here’s a Preview MenuThe Upper East Side restaurant will open the week of November 11 and feature whole-pig feasts designed for eight people to share.
  27. Hurricane Sandy
    One Year Later: A Look at New York City’s Restaurants After SandyA neighborhood-by-neighborhood look at how restaurants have fared in the 365 days since the storm.
  28. Openings
    First Look at Wallflower, a New West Village Cocktail Spot From Daniel andThe 45-seat bar and restaurant opens tonight.
  29. First Look
    First Look at Bisutoro, Morimoto’s Replacement for Tribeca CanvasUni carbonara, street art, and Japanese whisky.
  30. The Other Critics
    Alan Richman Comes Around on HuskThe ‘GQ’ critic might not like the Charleston original, but he is absolutely smitten with the Nashville follow-up.
  31. Coming Soon
    Sweet Chick Indeed Opening in the Former Max Fish SpaceThe Williamsburg chicken and waffles spot hatches a second location.
  32. Manners
    A New Low: Dude Watches a Movie on His Laptop at DBGBLeave the laptop at home.
  33. Openings
    Morimoto’s Tribeca Canvas Replacement Bisutoro Opens MondayYes, there is a whisky cocktail called “Lost in Translation.”
  34. Video Feed
    Watch Balthazar’s Frites Masters in ActionThat’s a whole lotta potatoes.
  35. Openings
    Inside the All-New, Totally Old Tosca Cafe, From April Bloomfield and KenThe New York duo has spent the last ten months reworking and revamping the venerable San Francisco bar.
  36. Coming Soon
    Sweet Chick’s Second Location Headed to Former Max Fish SpaceAt least it won’t become another bank.
  37. C Is for Crime
    Man Arrested for Selling Fake DOH Letter GradesThe restaurants reportedly had no idea they were getting fake letter grades.
  38. Lawsuits
    Chicago Restaurant Group Sued for Racial DiscriminationThe U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission claims Rosebud Restaurants refused to hire African-Americans.
  39. Returning to the Well
    Bruni Celebrates Restaurant RegularityFrank Bruni reminds the world that being a restaurant regular can be pretty sweet.
  40. The Chain Gang
    Shiny Tablets Trick Americans Into Buying More Food From Chili’sThe restaurant chain tested tablet-ordering at nearly 200 locations and found they dramatically boosted business.
  41. Quote of the Day
    Things Are Not Well at Corvo BiancoAlan Richman doesn’t like Corvo Bianco, but he doesn’t think it’s chef Elizabeth Falkner’s fault.
  42. Where There's Smoke...
    NYC Restaurant Owners Not Sure What to Make of E-CigsDoes smoking an e-cigarette count as actual smoking? Restaurants aren’t sure.
  43. new york fashion week
    The Grub Guide to Tackling New York Fashion WeekWhere to stop by for snacks, drinks, meals, and cake truffles.
  44. Check Please
    The Tipping Backlash Goes BigAs the New York ‘Times’ runs an anti-tipping report on its front page, the idea gains some more traction.
  45. Coming Soon
    Giada De Laurentiis Latest Celeb Chef to Sign On for Vegas RestaurantLook for Giada’s in the Gansevoort hotel when it opens next year.
  46. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Juni, Shaun Hergatt’s New Restaurant Opening TonightThe fine-dining restaurant is opening in the Hotel Chandler.
  47. Coming Soon
    The Writing Room Moves Into Former Elaine’s SpaceThe name is a nod to famed Elaine’s customers Woody Allen and Norman Mailer.
  48. Hits
    Quality Italian’s Chicken Parm Now $58 and Apparently CustomizableThe restaurant’s hit dish is now even more expensive than Carbone’s famous $50 veal parm.
  49. Reopenings
    Boston’s Bomb-Damaged Forum Restaurant Reopens TodayThe restaurant has made extensive renovations.
  50. Noodletown
    Next-Level Noodles: The New Era of New York RamenThe ramen burger is only the beginning …
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