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When Raisinets Just Don’t Cut It

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We’re not sure how Terrence Malick would feel about the in-theater food service at Nitehawk Cinema. His The Tree of Life might not be the best backdrop for the fried chicken and waffles on chef Saul Bolton’s new brunch menu, considering the crunch factor. Still, it’s a novel way to spend a weekend afternoon: holed up in an air-conditioned screening room, scribbling orders on scraps of paper, and summoning plates of huevos rancheros and bowls of lime-and-cilantro-laced popcorn to your seat (136 Metropolitan Ave., nr. Berry St., Williamsburg; 718-384-3980).


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