Bruni on Market Table, NYC's First 'Green' Club

Frank Bruni had the economy in mind when he visited Market Table on Carmine Street: The restaurant earns two stars for its reasonably priced menu and comforting atmosphere that's like a "wool blanket, emphasizing good sense over high style." [NYT]
David Bouley's Bouley will be closed tonight in preparation for its re-opening tomorrow at 163 Duane St. [Zagat]
We though the lousy economy was killing off ridiculously silly ideas. Apparently not. The dude responsible for Guest House and Home is opening Greenhouse, New York's "first environmentally-friendly club," tonight. [NYP]

The long-awaited 10 Downing opened to the general public last night. [Eater]
Inside Tom Colicchio's Tuesday Dinner, where it turns out watching Tom cook in person is a lot like watching him cook on TV. [NYP]
A look inside Mr. Jones, the two-week-old yakitori spot on East 14th Street. [GS]
Danyelle Freeman of the Daily News gives three stars to Secession and says it's "almost impossible to go completely astray." [NYDN]