This week's top dish from Eater NY, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog...
1) Chelsea, East Village, Midtown: How about some tasty reveals? Signage is up (above) at the Tenth Avenue location of East Village pizza mecca Artichoke, and the plywood is down at the Bowery diner from the team behind hipster ground zero Freemans. Meanwhile, the new restaurant in the Setai Fifth Avenue from star Italian chef Michael White has a name. Secret revealed right here.
2) Greenwich Village: Community Board 2 has approved the takeover of classic West 4th Street restaurant Fedora by ultra-hip restaurateur Gabe Stuhlman. Original owner Fedora Dorato is still saying her goodbyes. Stop by! Meanwhile, a rent hike from landlord NYU has done in another Village institution, Ennio & Michael.
3) Upper East Side: Bloomingdale's area tourist trap Serendipity will sell a $69 "haute dog" made with foie gras that will be certified as the world's most expensive hot dog.
4) NYC: With Season 4 of the '60s-set show premiering Sunday, Eater revisits some restaurants and bars featured on Mad Men. Some are even still around!
· Eater NY [ny.eater.com]