Speaking of Inns, the kids over at Eater got a look at the newly renovated Waverly Inn, Vanity Fair supremo Graydon Carter's first foray into the restaurant business. There's about a thousand pictures over at that site, and the place looks like a nice, comfortable establishment in which to spend a chilly winter evening. Of particular note is the bar's magazine rack, pictured above. Quick quiz: Which one of these things is not like the other?
[Not pictured: The safe room in the basement where Graydon can hide out if the Bush Gestapo ever decides it's had enough of his incendiary essays against the regime.]