Gawker
Date: 2009-07-02
Author: The Cajun Boy

Article Mentions
Author, The Cajun Boy
Mentioned, Calvin Klein
Mentioned, Jennifer Creel
Mentioned, Graydon Carter
Mentioned, Cynthia McFadden
Mentioned, Liz Smith
Mentioned, Madonna
Mentioned, Rupert Everett
Mentioned, Louise Grunwald
Mentioned, Allen Salkin
Mentioned, Seymour Hersh
Mentioned, ABC
Mentioned, The New York Times
Mentioned, Vanity Fair
Mentioned, Bergdorf Goodman
Mentioned, Calvin Klein
Caricature-coiffed Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter co-owns two restaurants where Manhattan's most insufferable douchebags go to get their "look at me" on. Each day these establishments field "thousands" of table requests and Graydon alone decides where the arses will park. In yet another probing piece from Allen Salkin, the Seymour Hersh of the New York Times Style section, Salkin uncovers the mysteries behind Carter's seating madness. You see, each afternoon, right around 4:00 or so, one of Carter's man-servants will sheepishly enter his office, making sure never to make eye contact or speak without being spoken to first to avoid being flogged mercilessly about the torso with bamboo reeds dipped in Tabasco sauce, and hand Carter a list o...(read more)
... Caricature-coiffed Vanity Fair editor Graydon Carter co-owns two restaurants where Manhattan's most insufferable douchebags go to get their "look at me" on. Each day these establishments field "thousands" of table requests and Graydon alone decides w ...
... Rupert Everett, Prince Andrew, Ron Perelman and Louise Grunwald were in those booths. When Madonna comes in, she gets a back booth. But it doesn't end thereDuring the course of each evening, Carter and his spies will observe each guest and make note ...


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