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  1. Closings
    Midtown’s Famous Oyster Bar Closed Last NightPour one out for the sea-shanty-themed dining room.
  2. scary things
    Man Survives Cold-Weather Nightmare in Midtown A falling icicle hit him on the head.
  3. Openings
    What to Eat at the Regency Bar & Grill (Besides Breakfast), Now Open Inside theDan Silverman’s menu includes dry-aged rib eye and Dover sole.
  4. holiday cheer
    Ray Kelly Incorrectly Labels SantaCon ‘a Peaceful Event’The police commissioner thinks the city should support the annual puke-fest.
  5. holiday cheer
    SantaCon Is the Worst, NYPD AgreesPolice have asked bar owners not to participate in the annual puke fest.
  6. Openings
    What to Eat at Butter Midtown, Alex Guarnaschelli’s Newest VentureWild-boar ragout, butter-poached lobster, and a $114 steak.
  7. scary things
    Maybe You Got Sprayed With Toxic Oil in Midtown TodayHopefully not!
  8. Potential Closings
    BiCE in Midtown May Close Permanently, But Probably NotThe original BiCE opened in Milan, in 1926.
  9. Chef Shuffle
    John DeLucie Is Indeed Involved With the King Cole Bar RevampExpect “a dynamic epicurean experience” from DeLucie and his team.
  10. scary things
    Dr. Oz Appeared at the Scene of a Serious Midtown Taxi AccidentA tourist lost a leg.
  11. Openings
    What to Eat at Enduro, a New Midtown Restaurant From the Owner of Junior’sGet ready for soft-serve cheesecake.
  12. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Juni, Shaun Hergatt’s New Restaurant Opening TonightThe fine-dining restaurant is opening in the Hotel Chandler.
  13. 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.
  14. Opening Again
    Expansion News: Dylan’s Candy Bar and Coffee Bean & Tea LeafBut not together!
  15. Opening Soon
    Ippudo’s Midtown Location Opening on July 13Start waiting in line now.
  16. Heating Up
    A Seriously Hot Neighborhood: How Midtown Became the Sichuan BeltSome of the city’s best regional Chinese food is clustered in the Thirties.
  17. crimes and misdemeanors
    Midtown Shooter Really Knew What He Was DoingPolice now know who was driving the getaway car.
  18. crimes and misdemeanors
    Very Public Midtown Killing Was Potentially Drug-Related [Updated]Police are looking into the gun and getaway car.
  19. justin davidson
    Davidson on Midtown Rezoning, Grand CentralThe City Planning Department has floated a sweeping proposal that combines swollen ambitions for the skyline with puny civic aspirations.
  20. crimes and misdemeanors
    Midtown Thief Caught with Delicious HaulAnd some large boxes of pastrami.
  21. Comebacks
    Rainbow Room Now Officially a LandmarkPour some bubbly!
  22. nice things
    Did You Perform CPR on a Guy in Midtown Last Week? If so, he would like to thank you. 
  23. Closings
    Pop Burger’s Midtown Location Is ClosingWe’re told the management company is making major renovations to the building.
  24. Phew
    Peep World Becoming Nice, Wholesome HootersIt dodged the d-bag-bar bullet.
  25. What to Eat
    What to Eat at Crave Fishbar, Bringing Todd Mitgang’s Seafood Back toSee the Asian-leaning seafood menu.
  26. Remodels
    Grand Central Oyster Bar’s Shell of a Ceiling Getting a ShineTile on the so-called “whispering walls” is being cleaned and replaced.
  27. Big Drags
    Lucky Cheng’s Finds Its New Home in Midtown WestTurns out the new location will be a quick walk from Le Bernardin.
  28. New York Plans a Bike Lane Solution to Crosstown TrafficAll you do is slow me down / And I’m tryin’ to get on the other side of town.
  29. Openings
    See Photos of Organic Avenue’s Giant New Pop-up Store in MidtownIt opened today.
  30. Closings
    Prime Burger Owners Confirm the Midtown Institution Will Close This WeekendApparently classic Americana charm just won’t cut it these days.
  31. real estate porn
    Russians Stripped of ‘Most Outrageously Expensive Manhattan Apartment’ TitleThe mystery buyer is not from “any other part of the former Soviet Union.”
  32. Coming Soon
    Looks Like John DeLucie Is Involved With the Bill’s Gay Nineties RedoHis team denied it earlier, but a recently filed liquor-license app appears to tell the truth.
  33. Menu Changes
    Per Se Now Offering a Dessert Tasting MenuThe sugar special runs 65 bucks and is only available in the Salon.
  34. Protests
    Protesters Would Like Paid Sick Days at Capital Grille, PleaseOf course, 75 percent of restaurant workers don’t get paid sick leave.
  35. Openings
    STK OUT Tackles Midtown’s Great OutdoorsThe restaurant’s to-go kiosk opens Wednesday.
  36. Openings
    What to Eat on the New Little Town’s Locally Focused MenuThe restaurant-bar’s second location offers bar food and 100 New York beers.
  37. Openings
    Take a Peek at Vitae, Now Serving Contemporary American in MidtownContemporary American in a polished space.
  38. Openings
    Sneak Peek at Upscale Korean Barbecue Temple Kristalbelli, Opening March 8It’s glitzy, pricey, and meat-smoke-free.
  39. Menu Changes
    Adour Alain Ducasse Launches ‘Nature’ Menu to Promote New BookThe $85, five-course menu features items like cucumber gazpacho and steamed snapper with seaweed.
  40. Openings
    ‘Wichcraft Checks In to the New York Public Library TomorrowTom Colicchio’s sandwich chain will open two carts inside the library’s main branch.
  41. Openings
    What to Eat at Benares, Now Serving Indian Food in the Theater DistrictTamarind’s Peter Beck consulted on the vegetable- and seafood-focused menu.
  42. Closings
    Etrusca Checking OutThe Hilton New York’s Tuscan restaurant will shutter next month.
  43. Openings
    What to Eat at Pie Face, Now Open in MidtownThe 24-hour carb dispensary offers savory and sweet pies, sausage rolls, and coffee.
  44. get spruced
    The Rockefeller Center Christmas Tree Is LitIt’s a very pretty tree.
  45. neighborhood blues
    Obama Visit, Rockefeller Tree Lighting TodayMaybe skip driving in the city today.
  46. Slippery Issues
    Monkey Bar Unveils Its Bar Menu, Goes Sorta Bananas With the PricingWe’ve gotten used to seeing over-$20 burgers, but $9 for popcorn and $12 for French fries?
  47. Openings
    Sneak Peek at Brabant, Bringing Moules and More to Midtown at the End of theThe Belgian restaurant is slated to open on November 29.
  48. Empire Building
    Socarrat Planning Midtown Paella Bar, Nolita CaféThe paella specialist has a third restaurant in the works, and a café too.
  49. white men with money
    Shady Millionaire Seems Quite Calm About $300,000 Home InvasionGeorge Bardwil has found himself in another questionable situation.
  50. Openings
    Sneak Peek at Desi Shack, Opening Monday in East MidtownAnother spot for an under-ten-bucks Indian fill-up.
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