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  1. Lists
    Bon Appetit Christens The Country’s Best New RestaurantsBonus for Bostonians: the mag’s September issue also features a Craigie cover.
  2. Celebrity Settings
    Marea Is Too Stuffy for Mayor MikeWhen called upon to recommend a restaurant to the Mayor, Frank Bruni fails.
  3. Lists
    Travel + Leisure Tells Us Where to Eat in NYC, S.F., Hong Kong, Paris,The international travel mag blesses NYC and S.F. restaurants in a new listicle, but ignores all other American cities.
  4. The New York Diet
    Anthony Bourdain Gets Lamb Chops From Joël Robuchon, Hot Dogs From SabrettThe man behind ‘Medium Raw’ and ‘No Reservations’ tells us where he scores takeout in this week’s New York Diet.
  5. James Beard Awards
    SF’s Beard Nominees Get Tanked on Rosé at BarbutoThe gang was all on hand yesterday, having a group dinner at Jonathan Waxman’s meatpacking district home.
  6. The New York Diet
    Porchetta Chef Sara Jenkins Always Goes for the Salty Desserts“I grew up being totally obsessed with going to Maine and getting a lobster roll. Everything you eat when you’re a kid, you get very picky about it when you’re older. It’s got to be exactly the way you remember it.”
  7. What to Eat
    Brunch With the FishesMarea’s new prix-fixe brunch provides another opportunity to wallow in Michael White’s pasta.
  8. Two for Eight
    Tables Available at SHO Shaun Hergatt; Maialino, Minetta Tavern Fully BookedIt’s 4 p.m., and that means it’s time to play Two for Eight. Today: Platt’s Best New Restaurants.
  9. TV Land
    Bourdain, Boulud, and Bruni Engage in ‘Food Porn’ ThreesomeA preview of Monday’s New York–centric episode of ‘No Reservations.’
  10. Tony Tony Tony
    In Which We Continue to Stalk Anthony Bourdain Across This Great CityWe’re officially obsessed with the “Obsessed” episode of ‘No Reservations.’
  11. Other Critics
    Ryan Sutton’s Ten BestMarea is the “restaurant of the year.”
  12. The Food Chain
    Michael White Admires Le Bernardin’s Escolar With Red-Wine Béarnaise“One of the great seafood dishes now in the city is by my cohort Eric Ripert.”
  13. The Food Chain
    Marea’s Spinosini With Langoustines Transports Frank de Carlo to the“The most authentic Italian food I’ve tasted in this country.”
  14. The New York Diet
    Wine Importer Kermit Lynch Sometimes Tastes a Bottle, Sometimes Drains It“I can’t have a white without a red to follow. Just like I can’t drink a red unless I’ve already had some white!”
  15. Menu Changes
    Shucking A! Prime Meats Gets Into Oyster GameThe Carroll Gardens spot is adding a raw bar.
  16. Celebrity Settings
    Katie Couric Tastes Tao; Taylor Momsen Eats Noodles on St. MarksYour weekly guide to where the pretty people have been eating.
  17. The New York Diet
    Mary Ann Esposito: Ciao Marea and Gramercy Tavern“Buono come il pane”; you say that when you think someone’s really a good person.
  18. The Other Critics
    Sifton Bequeaths Three Stars to Marea; Sutton Declares Motorino EV Superior toPlus: Gael Greene on Abe & Arthur’s, and Jay Cheshes back at Monkey Bar, in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  19. Trends
    High-end Sushi Takes a Recession HitA look at the unraveling of the sushi trend.
  20. Lists
    SHO Shaun Hergatt Follows Michelin Star With Esquire HonorsA look at the magazine’s annual list of best new restaurants.
  21. Instructional Videos
    White FishMichael White shows off his fish, and an interview with a Katz’s cutter.
  22. The Other Critics
    Gael Greene Won’t Wait for Co.; Marea Is a Seafood ShrinePlus: Robert Sietsema on the best dim sum, and Gael Greene on Bar Luna and Co., in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  23. Bookshelf
    Bruni Officially Unveils His MemoirPlus, he was recently spotted at two likely candidates for review.
  24. The Other Critics
    Marea Gains Accolades; Monkey Bar Improves Under ForgionePlus: Gael Greene goes to Aureole, Danyelle Freeman calls DBGB a “gourmet mess hall,” and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  25. Other Cities
    Oh, BarneyThe Congressman orders off-the-menu shrimp cocktail.
  26. In the Magazine
    Platt on Marea; Make-Ahead Menus for No-Sweat EntertainingAlso in the magazine this week: The Urban Forager hunts down artisan bread, and cheese shop brings locavore takeout to Sag Harbor.
  27. The Other Critics
    Spice Market Disappoints Bruni; Mystery Meat at MontenapoPlus: Robert Sietsema’s favorite bánh mì, Gael Greene on Marea, and more in our weekly roundup of restaurant reviews.
  28. Empire Building
    Michael White Heads DowntownMarea is barely off the ground, but its owner has vision: Late-night! Downtown!
  29. The Other Critics
    Bruni Considers Savoy Deeply Pleasant, Freeman and Sutton Are ‘Eh’Plus reviews of Harbour, Marea, and Brooklyn Flea, in our weekly roundup.
  30. Lunch
    Marea Does LunchYour cheapest way into this pricey newcomer.
  31. Openings
    Marea Opens Tonight! Get Your Table HereEnter to win a hard-sought reservation at Chris Cannon and Michael White’s new Italian seafood restaurant.
  32. In the Magazine
    Platt Sails Into Harbour; Marea Taking ReservationsAlso in this week’s magazine: Make young spinach salad and eat traditional Moroccan at last.
  33. Openings
    What to Eat at Marea: Finally, a Look at the MenuOh yes, it’s a juggernaut.
  34. Openings
    Okay, Okay, Marea’s Food Looks Great, But When Do We Get to Eat It?You’ll finally get your chance this Friday.
  35. Mediavore
    High-End Restaurants Forge Ahead; Street Vendors ProtestPlus: the search for new cuts of beef, and more, all in our morning news roundup.
  36. Openings
    Marrow at MareaAnother preview of Michael White’s upcoming menu.
  37. Openings
    Work in Progress: Michael White’s MareaMichael White and Chris Cannon prepare their seafood restaurant on Central Park South.
  38. Openings
    The Latest Object of Blogsession: MareaPlus, a look at the Dutch Kills’s doorknob!
  39. Openings
    Michael White’s LatestA preview of the dishes he’ll serve at Marea.
  40. NewsFeed
    Community Board Makes Keith McNally WaitCan McNally get his Bowery neighbors to support a “slightly Italian” restaurant?