• The toughest reservations in town are at Frank Pellegrino's Rao's in Harlem and David Chang's Momofuku Ko, in case you're keeping track. [GS]
• Big clubs and bottle service are out and cheap, dingy dive bars are in, according to the Times, pointing out that Marquee's revenues are down 22 percent so far this year. Possible evidence to the contrary: "table service" at Marquee's new sister spot, Avenue, will run you a minimum of $350. [NYT]
• Related: Marquee appears to be NYC's "most fined" nightspot. It's handed over $100,000 to the State Liquor Authority over the past year alone. [NYP]
New York's Eat Cheap issue is out. A highlight: Robin Raisfeld and Rob Patronite's "handbook" to the Neapolitan pizza "revolution." [NYM, NYM]
• Restaurants that recently opened, or will be opening soon. [Eater]
• A roundup of New York's "82 most notable burgers." [GS]
• The Canadian donut chain Tim Hortons landed in Manhattan today. [AMNY]

• Doug Psaltis's MacDougal Street restaurant Smith's is no more. The space will be reopening in September as another location of Mermaid Inn. [Eater]
• A look at André, Frederick Lesort's new spot on 57th and Park. [GS]
• Attorney General Andrew Cuomo filed suit against the owner of Lemongrass Grill today for allegedly underpaying his workers. [NYT]
• A roundup of bars that permit you to drink outdoors. [NYP]
• What does chef David Chang do with his Sundays? Not much, it seems. [NYT]
New York's Grub Street food blog is now up and running in 6 U.S. cities. [GS]