Dollar Pizza on the Rise; Murray's Cheese Goes Midwestern

• As a result of the current economic situation and a drop in the price of flour, there are more dollar-pizza slices in New York than there have been for some time. [NYDN]

• High-end fromagerie Murray's Cheese is partnering with Midwestern supermarket chain Kroger to open Murray's outposts within Kroger stores: sort of the epicurean equivalent of Comme des Garçons for H&M. [City Room/NYT]

• Some Tribecans are still cranky about David Bouley's renovation and construction plans in the neighborhood. [Urbanite/amNY]

• You already know where to eat on Thanksgiving — now here's where to drink. [Metromix]

10 Downing owner Stephane Dorian understands neighbors' concerns about noise from the restaurant: He lives directly above it and just welcomed a baby to his family. [Villager]

• The amusingly-named Norwegian Seaman's Church and Danish Seamen's Church are holding their annual Christmas fair this weekend. Sandwiches and pastries will be abundant. [Eating in Translation]

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