Vanity Fair Editor Revamping Nightclub and More News

In today's Media Mix, Angelo Soso thinks of 'Juxtapose,' plus Joe Bastianich talks about his new memoir

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Graydon Carter Resurrecting New York Nightclub: The Vanity Fair editor, already the owner of The Waverly Inn, is revamping Beatrice Inn as a "cozy chophouse" helmed by Per Se veteran Brian Nasworthy. [NY Post]

Angelo Sosa's Next Move: In an incredibly long interview (still a good read), Sosa spills on his upcoming project Juxtapose. "Think about colliding scopes, hot and cold, feminine and masculine. Yin and yang. All these things," he says. [Food Republic]

Connecticut to Allow Sunday Booze Sales: Joining the rest of the states (sans one), Connecticut may soon become the 49th state to allow alcohol sales on Sunday. Once the bill passes, Indiana will be the only state to have alcohol sale-free Sundays. [Chicago Tribune]

Joe Bastianich Spills on New Memoir: Mario Batali's partner in crime has been doing the media circuit to tout his memoir Restaurant Man, making a few enemies while at it (ahem John Mariani). [MSNBC]