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Malik Fall, the Senegal-born onetime executive chef at Asia de Cuba and China Grill, has return to an old haunt of his, 64 East 1st Street, where he once designed the menu for Boucarou. The restaurant he’s opening here with a silent partner (a first-time owner) won’t be as clubby as Boucarou, though there will be D.J.'s when food is served till 2 a.m. Instead, the focus at Red Betty (no relation to Black Betty) is on Fall’s French-Senegalese food, and cocktails like the Drugstore Cowboy (rye, ginger, and cover honey) and the Huckleberry Flip (huckleberry liqueur, rum, pear-cardamom syrup, and egg white).
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