TV LAND—Here's a pic of Baohaus chef/owner Eddie Huang filming the pilot of his new TV project in Tribeca. When we caught up with him earlier today, he was about to hop on the 1-Train to East Flatbush for some chicken at Jerk City. Later, he's headed to Imperial Palace in Flushing for some crabs, then to K-Town for a late night Karaoke jam. Huang also told us that the one year anniversary "Dollar, Dollar Bao's Y'all" promotion at his LES bun shop was a hit, and that they sold "over a thousand baos" yesterday.
LAS VEGAS— NYC's ancient watering hole and saloon and now chain P.J. Clarke's, with its famous burger and classic boozy cocktails, opens its first ever west coast operation in Las Vegas on January 8 at Caesars' The Forum Shops. [~ELA~]
FLATIRON— Cafe Today, a growing chain that hopes to open 10 eateries in Manhattan over the next two years, signed a lease on a 5,500 square foot space on 60 Madison Ave. It will open in six months. [Crain's]
HEADACHES— The latest thing the city has been cracking down upon: sandwich boards. If a restaurant's sandwich board is too far from the restaurant's door, they could incur a $100 fine. [NYP]