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  1. Considering that I'll be renting for the rest of my life with almost zero chance of ever owning...oh, what I would do to live in a house made of currants.
  2. Definitely not, just noting that pizza (along with everything else these days, I guess) is more expensive across the board. In any event, I hope this new iteration of UPN finds its footing, because the pizza *is* special (skimpy toppings notwithstanding), but if the rest of the experience isn't, I agree that I'm less inclined to say it's worth it. Personally, I miss the old UPN/Contra/Wildair collaboration. I know critics felt like the two kitchens clashed, but to me they felt more like floating magnets.
  3. A plain DiFara pie is $30 now, though it probably feeds 2-4 instead of 1-2.
  4. Has anyone been to Lutece? The chef moved from NYC (ex-Empellon and Oxomoco) and his wife, who was Cosme's pastry chef, is doing desserts.
  5. Have you ever seen The Freshman? It was basically that.
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    Disappointed to hear that Fulgurances is not very good! I guess the guest chef thing is harder when you don't have car company funding. I do like the looks of this new spot, which is apparently just a tenant of (not affiliated with) the hotel. As for Blamey, a friend had nothing but good things to say about her Stone Barns residency.
  7. You'll have to go to Queens (specifically Jackson Heights / Elmhurst) for a sub-$100 omakase at Sushi On Me. Yorkville gem Tanoshi is around $125 all-in. Uogashi has a $135 (and $185) option. Rosella, which is run by three white guys and features sustainably caught seafood and natural wines, has one for $150. Less than $400 but more than $150: Nakaji in Chinatown and The Ash Room at Sushi Noz omakases run $225.
  8. Very excited for this. She's exactly who I would have picked and I'm fairly certain that this gig is meant to prime her for replacing Platt.
  9. Not destinations, but if you're in the area and feeling like a slice Pizza Wagon and Espresso Pizzeria are both solid vintage spots.
  10. Not sure about undiscovered. Overlooked and underestimated, though.
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    I love how absolutely unhinged this post is even if I agree with the general sentiment. As for Gotham, according to the online menu the lamb costs (a still quite high) $58, not $80. Like the bogus $2.25 Chambo quotes for "ingredient cost" re: Fradei -- why the embellishment? Also Joe, I really hope that protein at Fradei wasn't tofu. That would definitely bother me on a $90 prix-fixe. I assumed it was chicken.
  12. Attico is all scene and the food is pretty lackluster. I think Parc is solid for brunch (it's the dinner menu I have issues with). I'd also check out Oyster House, which is centrally located and has been around for decades.
  13. Savory menu looks really good. https://www.tagmonyc.com/menu
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