Sloshed: How to Drink Before Noon | Michelin's Bib Gourmand 2013: Who Made the List, Who Fell Off

Wednesday, 26 September 2012 by Irwan K Ch
WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 2012

Daily New York Food News from NYMag.com & MenuPages.com
Closings

DeKalb Market Will Go Out With a Pig Roast

Sunday is the last day of DeKalb.

Exports

Keith McNally’s London Restaurant Will Indeed Be a Second Balthazar

It opens on February 12 of next year.

Empire Building

Sandra Lee and TV Guide Join Forces

At last, a semi-homemade magazine.

Openings

What to Eat at Hu Kitchen, Sure to Be a Hit With the Caveman-Diet Crowd

Gluten-free sandwiches, a yogurt bar, and more.

Sloshed

Sloshed: How to Drink Before Noon

Because you can't just throw anything down your gullet at 11 a.m.

Bib Check

Michelin’s Bib Gourmand 2013: Who Made the List, Who Fell Off

Not a lot of surprises here.

Anniversaries

Burger Joint Celebrates Birthday With Original Prices

Pretend it's 2002 all over again.

The Other Critics

Jay Cheshes Mixed on Pork Slope; Daily News Slams Joanne Trattoria

Plus: 'The New Yorker' likes Mission Chinese, and more of this week's restaurant reviews.

Foodievents

Das Racist, Vampire Weekend, and Others Premiere Dosa Hunt Next Week

There's food and free beer.

The Fixers

The Kitchen Repairmen Who Keep New York Cooking

Come on, baby, fix my pilot light.

Leftovers

LES Dwellers Rise Up Against Bar; Fun Oktoberfest Options

Plus: Eolo's owner opening a pasta bar, lots of wine dinners, and more of today's leftovers.

That's All Folks

Fifteen Things to Blame for the Impending Bacon Shortage

We did this to ourselves.

Quote of the Day

Whites, Reds, and All the Real Punk

Mike D loves the white Burgundies.

Grub Guide

Where to Eat and Drink Around the Barclays Center (With a Map!)

The Barclays Center sits at the intersection of a whole bunch of great restaurant neighborhoods.

Openings

What to Eat at Brinkley’s Station, Opening Tonight in East Midtown

The Martignetti brothers bring their downtown concept up the island.

The Feeding Tube

Bourdain’s Layover App Tells You What Tony Would Do

Laid over? Call Tony, maybe.

Nightlife

‘Pride Nights’ in the South Bronx

The Bronx's gay and lesbian scene gets an alternative to air horns.

Once You Pop

Kellogg to Step Up Waffle and Pop-Tart Presence in China

Breakfast is the most important meal of China's growing economy.

 

 

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