This week's top dish from Eater NY, Curbed's restaurant, bar, and nightlife blog?
1) East Village: The beloved 9th Street Bakery has to be out by June after managing to evade eviction for 87 years. R.I.P., all you yummy poppy seed danishes.
2) The Seaport: Some of the South Street Seaport restaurants shuttered by Sandy may reopen in August, but the price tag is going to be much higher than anyone thought. But, in a make-the-most-of-it, move, one Sandy-struck wine bar is doing a pop-up.
3) Williamsburg: Verboten wants to open a massive dance club in a former warehouse on the Billyburg waterfront, where you can party like you mean it till 6 a.m.
4) Midtown East: Because of the Seagram Building's new ownership, The Four Seasons might face a massive rent hike. If it doesn't survive, where will all the city's power lunchers, well, lunch?
5) Land of the Old School: New York's best restaurants circa 1958, complete with retro photos, and a video series by the "last Jewish waiter" at Katz's. The deli celebrated its 125th birthday this week. Mazel tov!
· Eater NY [ny.eater]