(Still some seating available when we checked)
Cafe Luxembourg, 200 W. 70th [Amst/WEA] 212.873.7411
Cookshop, 156 10th [20th] 212.924.4440
Fleur de Sel, 5 E. 20th [5th/Bway] 212.460.9100
Frederick's Madison, 768 Mad [65th/66th] 212.737.7300
Thor, 107 Rivington [Ludlow/Essex] 212.796.8040
Tocqueville, 15 E. 15th [Union Sq. W.] 212.647.1515
Popular cookbook author Tamasin Day-Lewis (Daniel's sister) will be in the kitchen at Murray's Cheese, 254 Bleecker [6th/7th] 212.243.3289, making some fabulous savories (and a few sweets). Look for a cheddar onion pie, a tart with chard, Gruyère, and crème fraîche, as well as cheese straws (Parmigiano Reggiano and cayenne is one, Mrs. Quicke's cheddar and English mustard is another). Orders need to be placed by noon on 11/21.
Staub cookware founder Francis Staub will be at Sur La Table, 75 Spring [Crosby] 212.966.3375, on Wednesday, November 16, from 6:30-8:30, while his cast-iron cookware gets a workout from Jean-Georges Vongerichten, Laurent Tourondel, Todd English, and Cedric Tovar — and you get to sample the results. The event is free, but register here.
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· Madrid for $270 via Travelocity
· Maui for $563 on AA
· Rome for $289 at FlyEurope [via Travelzoo]
· San Juan for $217 at CheapTickets
More on the Dispense as Written debate: Americablog covers the latest in Target's intellectually indefensible (not to mention reprehensible) emergency contraceptive policy…And a MUG reader sends us this:
I live in East Harlem and the pharmacy a block from my apt., Metropolitan Pharmacy, has a sign that alerts customers that the pharmacist — a Muslim in this predominantly Hispanic and black community — will not fill prescriptions for emergency contraception. In your Oct 26th email, you wrote: "Missouri is one of four states that specifically allow pharmacists to follow their conscience (NY is not one of them)." But in accordance with Section 20-713.1 of a New York City Council law passed in 2003, "Any pharmacy that does not sell emergency contraception must conspicuously post, at or adjacent to each counter…indicating in large type that emergency contraception is not sold at such a pharmacy."