'Around the World in 80 Plates' Recap | Are Juice Bars Ripping Off Customers?

Thursday, 31 May 2012 by Irwan K Ch
THURSDAY, MAY 31, 2012

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I Love the Nightlife

First Signs of Partying at #8 Include Illicit Amy Sacco Sighting

Amy Sacco has been seen partying in NYC, again.

On the Market

Is Bobby Flay’s NYC Mesa Grill Moving?

The building that houses Mesa Grill in Flatiron is looking for a new restaurant tenant.

When Worlds Collide

There’s a Frozen Greek Yogurt Cart on the Streets

Yesterday, Manhattanhenge. Today, Greek fro-yo street cart, an equally impressive show of nature's forces.

Booze News

Mormon Church Pissed Over Five Wives Vodka

The Latter-day Saints have gotten it banned in Idaho State liquor stores.


Around the World in 80 Plates Recap: David Rees Is the Only Person Watching This Show

"Curtis Stone’s shirt is amazing; it’s aqua-ish colored, and seems to be made of a fabric that hasn’t been invented yet."

Whole Paycheck

Whole Foods: Next Stop, Harlem?

CEO John Mackey himself let the news slip that the chain is eyeing locations uptown.


Haru on Park Avenue Will Close

No more sashimi on Park.

Liquid Assets

Pressing Matters: Are Juice Bars Putting the Squeeze on Customers?

Why that morning juice fix costs so much — and why so many people are happy to pay.


Do We Really Need to Ban Soda?

Seems as though the "ban" will be pretty easy to circumvent, so what's the point?

We Called It

Joël Robuchon Says Au Revoir to New York, L’Atelier Closes June 30

The French megachef is outta here.


Perilla’s Summer Dinners and Beer Pairings; Alias’s 2 Fat Trannies ‘Beach Blanket Bimbo’

Plus: Agata & Valentina's new location, Acme does the Whitney Art Party, and more of today's leftovers.

Bonito in New York

It’s Okonomiyaki Time!

New York needs more okonomiyaki.

To the Lighthouse

Now Open: Momofuku Milk Bar Montauk Pop-up

A compost cookie is waiting for you at the end of the LIRR.

Video Feed

Cooking Their Way Through Gourmet’s Entire History

NYC photographers Paul Wagtouicz and Noah Fecks estimate the project should take about fifteen years.


First Look at Silk Rd Tavern, Opening Tomorrow

Asian and American comfort food in the Flatiron.



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