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EaterWire: Ghenet for Sale, Saigon Grill Owners Arrested, a Deal at Forge, and More

UPPER WEST SIDE— The owners of Saigon Grill, the popular Asian chain that recently lost an epic lawsuit to its workers, have been arrested. They were charged with "151 counts of falsifying business records in the first degree with regard to wage violations, 45 counts of tampering with physical evidence and 46 counts of offering a false instrument for filing in the first degree." [City Room]

UPPER EAST SIDE— Gilt has named their replacement for departing chef Christopher Lee: his former sous chef Justin Bogle. [GS]

NOLITA— Some sad news for Nolita residents courtesy of Grub Street: Ethiopian restaurant Ghenet is for sale. For the moment it's still open, and it could be for awhile if no one jumps on the listing. [GS]

TRIBECA— Tonight and tomorrow only Forge in Tribeca will be serving a 25 cent French 75 at the bar and alongside a $75 prix fixe in honor of the 75th anniversary of the repeal of Prohibition. [EaterWire]

NEW YORK CITY— The guide Not for Tourists is turning ten and is offering up some great tidbits from their first issue. They recommended the shuttered David's Bagel's, Tonic, and Florent, while they maligned Guiliani for trying to convince people to live downtown. [EV Grieve]

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