In the News: Review of the Odeon

••• The New York Times reviews a little-known Tribeca restaurant called the Odeon. The last time it was reviewed was in 1989, when it received two stars. This review is a recalibration (one star), but in the nicest way possible: “The restaurant world has gone a little crazy lately. Other parts of the world were crazy a long time ago. This is why the Odeon has been hitting the spot for me these past few months. I go there to feel restored, to act sane for a while, and to finish my meal with a crème brûlée that’s exactly what I expect.”

••• “A man was put in a headlock and robbed by three strangers on his own Tribeca street, police said.” Leonard Street, 1 a.m. —DNAinfo

••• An article on salons that offer membership plans mentions Wax Club on Chambers, Drybar, and John Allan’s, which has an outpost on Washington. —New York Times

••• “A Manhattan woman’s $5,000 jacket was stolen from right behind her at a bar inside the Roxy Hotel.” —DNAinfo