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Upper West Side

  1. Slideshow
    First Look at Columbus Tavern, Now Serving Trendy Comfort Food on the Upper WestChef Phil Conlon’s menu of upscale comfort eats misses nary a food trend.
  2. Slideshow
    First Look at Ditch Plains, Bringing Buffalo-Shrimp Po Boys to the Upper WestA look at the menu, the space, and the new dishes.
  3. Openings
    First Look at Tarallucci e Vino’s New Upper West Side LocationNow serving breakfast, lunch, dinner, and 25 wines by the glass.
  4. Openings
    Tarallucci e Vino Will Open Upper West Side OutpostThe menu “will not be run-of-the-mill of every wine bar in the city,” says Luca Di Pietro.
  5. Openings
    First Look at Luke’s Lobster UWS, Now Serving Crab BisqueThe lobster shack’s third location opened tonight.
  6. real estate
    Sarah Jessica Parker Moving to Central Park West?The Broderick brood might be moving uptown.
  7. Empire Building
    Shake Shack’s Brooklyn Plans Look More Concrete (and Speaking ofThe pumpkin pie concrete is back.
  8. Slideshow
    First Look at Buca Brick Oven Pizza: Wood-Fired Gnocchi on the Upper WestA Naples pizzaiolo comes to the Columbia area.
  9. Slideshow
    First Look at Tolani, a Global ‘Wine Restaurant’ on the Upper WestSojourn alum Stanton Du Toit teams up with Le Cirque chef Craig Hopson.
  10. Empire Building
    Dylan’s Candy Bar Coming to Upper West Side?The candy queen is looking to expand her empire.
  11. health
    New York City Kids: Fat?Not on the Upper West Side!
  12. neighborhood news
    Everybody’s Sad About the Closing of the Barnes & Noble on 66th and BroadwayNow, to replicate the experience, Upper West Siders are going to have to trudge all the way up to … 82nd and Broadway, where there is another massive Barnes & Noble.
  13. backlash
    Is Urban’s ‘Ironic’ New Storefront Mocking Mom-and-Pop Shops?Or just paying its respects?
  14. Openings
    Café des Artistes Space Will Get $1.5 Million Italian MakeoverAnd the owner of the lease is …
  15. Health Concerns
    NYC Health Department: Mouse Poo Is No BiggieA restaurant with mouse droppings on the floor can still score an A.
  16. sorkinfreude
    Andrew Ross Sorkin Bought a $2 Million ApartmentSigh.
  17. Openings
    Michael Psilakis Is Opening a ‘Breezy Mediterranean’ RestaurantAnd he’s renovating: A 30-seat counter will lead back to a formal dining room.
  18. Openings
    Gazala Place Opens America’s Second Druze RestaurantA branch of the tiny Hell’s Kitchen restaurant will open on the Upper West Side.
  19. Closings
    Long-Suffering West Branch Is Finally ClosedThe restaurant served its last meals yesterday.
  20. Openings
    Mel’s Burger Bar Will Start Selling ’Em by the Sack Next MonthWait, isn’t that tagline taken by White Castle?
  21. Beef
    Cops Eject Guess Jeans Girl Jennifer Klein From Her Own BarAn ownership squabble at Wine and Roses spills into the tabloids.
  22. Community Boards
    Tonight’s CB2 Meeting Promises to Be a DoozySeñor Swanky’s finally gets a suitor, and a tire shop is in danger.
  23. Openings
    Ditch Plains Surfs Into Former BarBao SpaceMarc Murphy will open an Upper West Side outpost of his beachy eatery in the fall.
  24. Marketing Gimmicks
    Okay, But What’s Elena Kagan’s Stance on Chinese Takeout?An Upper West Side Chinese joint gives itself an endorsement from the Supreme Court nominee.
  25. Now Delivering
    Start-up Tries to End the Harlem Delivery Dearth“Upscale Harlem households” will soon be able to order from 70 blocks away.
  26. Truckin'
    Café Habana Truck Will Park on UWSAcross from the Museum of Natural History.
  27. Openings
    Midnight Muffulettas: Big Daddy’s UWS, Huey’s 24/7 Diner in MidtownA New York City diner moves uptown, while a New Orleans chain comes to midtown.
  28. Slideshow
    First Look at Taberna, the Upper West Side’s New Tapas TavernA chef with a dozen years of Spanish-cooking experience returns to New York.
  29. Neighborhood Watch
    Fatty Crab Hosts Memorial Day Pig Roast; Mercadito’s World Cup TacoPlus: David Wondrick and Don Lee talk polar cocktails, and Mercadito expands hours for the World Cup, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  30. Neighborhood Watch
    Beba Launches Late-Day Brunch; Egyptian Espresso Comes to Ditmas ParkPlus more, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  31. Openings
    Ollie’s ExpandsDespite its financial and labor woes.
  32. Temporary Closings
    DOH Pops Into PopoverThe popular brunch spot is temporarily down.
  33. Openings
    Kesté Plans ‘Secret’ Upper West Side Spinoff?A long-underserved neighborhood might get some good pizza this summer.
  34. Mob Scenes
    Epic Lines for Peanut-Butter Burgers and Lobster RollsReports from the Hester Street Fair and Shake Shack UWS.
  35. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Beer Tonight at Southern Hospitality; Pizza by Cer te Opens in MidtownPlus: Plein Sud in Tribeca secures a chef, and a dessert fest on the Upper West Side, in our daily roundup of neighborhood news.
  36. Blechtacular
    Shake Shack Will Bring Back Bacon-and-Peanut-Butter Burger This WeekendThe Double Down is already yesterday’s news.
  37. Neighborhood Watch
    Oktoberfest Redux at WonderBar; Another Stop-Work Order for Gowanus Whole FoodsPlus, an organic wine tasting on the Upper West Side, and free margaritas for stranded travelers in the meatpacking district, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  38. Neighborhood Watch
    A Multi-Chef, Asian-Food Extravaganza; Half-Price Wine at CompassPlus: outdoor seating at the General Greene, and Earth Day cupcakes at Magnolia, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  39. Temporary Closings
    Sal & Carmine’s Is DOH’dPlus, an update on La Nacional.
  40. Neighborhood Watch
    Free Bagels in Union Square; Pó Becomes BinoPlus: a benefit for Chile at the Carlyle, and Trivia Mondays at Southern Hospitality, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  41. Closings
    Trouble on the Upper West SideA spate of uptown closings.
  42. Closings
    Pour Out a Watered-Down Margarita for Señor Swanky’sNot two years after the “celebrity hangout” closed in the Village, its Upper West Side location seems to be a goner too.
  43. Neighborhood Watch
    Alice Waters Signs Cookbooks in Cobble Hill; a Tequila Tasting at Zengo inPlus: Lowlands Bar opens in Gowanus, and A Voce Columbus hosts a dinner with wine pairings from Luce della Vite, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  44. Neighborhood Watch
    Hardee’s and Little Louie’s Damaged in Fort Greene Fire; MissionPlus: L’Ecole adds spring menu items, and Graydon Carter & Co. to take over Fedora, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  45. Neighborhood Watch
    Soho’s Lusso Closes; the Wright to Host EventsPlus: Easter brunch at Benoit, and Sunburnt Calf opens on the UWS, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  46. Neighborhood Watch
    Mohammed Falafel Star Under New Management; Pulino’s Officially Open forPlus: Sheepshead Bay will host BBQ competition tomorrow, and Crumbs is offering specialty holiday cupcakes, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  47. Closings
    Ed Brown’s Eighty One Gets Eighty-SixedOne of the Upper West Side’s finer restaurants is done for.
  48. fallout
    City Agencies Descend on Lead- and Asbestos-Choked Apthorp BuildingThe Apthorp tenants were always an eye-rollingly wheedling bunch, but it’s hard to argue with a laundry list of wipe samples quoting six to ten times the legal amounts of lead in the air.
  49. Neighborhood Watch
    A Phallic Festival at Matsuri; Breuckelen Grows a GardenPlus: A midnight fête at Landmarc, and Doma hires a new chef, in our daily roundup of neighborhood food news.
  50. Neighborhood Watch
    A Taste of Fatty ‘Cue; New CSAs in Carroll Gardens, DumboPlus: Bushwick’s Free WiFi offers much more, and S’MAC adds salsa picante macaroni and cheese, in our roundup of neighborhood food news.
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