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Chelsea Nightclubs Not Yet a Thing of the Past

Boerum Hill: Backyard garden at Donna da Vine is now open. [Eater] Chelsea: PM owners Kiki and Unik look to expand into the old XL space, and perhaps continue the trend of naming clubs after abbreviations. [Down by the Hipster] Clinton Hill: A house installs its own fast-food-dining terrace. [Clinton Hill Blog] Soho: Crack nuts in style with the Nusskubus from Germany in limited release at the MoMA Design Store; slam any size nuts between the two carved cubes, and you guessed it: They crack. [The Food Section] Upper West Side: Grom lines persist, but a sign says delivery to Central Park West is coming soon. [What I See] Big Nick’s Pizza has been closed by the Department of Health; a little yellow sticker washes away claims that it's because of a flood. [What I See]

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Oh, Baby, Bay Ridge Likes It Raw

Bay Ridge: People desperate for raw milk have launched a black-market dairy ring. [Brooklyn Paper] Boerum Hill: Donna da Vine garden, not being pruned, set to open April 20. [Eater] East Village: Carne Vale churrascaria has just opened an outdoor patio and started serving lighter fish options to ease anxiety over impending spandex-legging separation syndrome. [Restaurant Girl] Where will heroin enthusiasts linger once Alt coffee becomes kid-friendly Hopscotch? [Gothamist] A knife fight in front of the Bowery Hotel part of that “Old New York experience,” according to hotelier-owner Sean MacPherson. [NYM] Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: “Whole in the wall” [sic] Lenny’s has bitten the dust. [across the park] Soho: The Neoprene booze tote at Sur La Table can keep a bottle cold for hours! [Gothamist] Upper East Side: Brian Young debuted his menu at Tavern on the Green Sunday; his à la carte creations will be available in June. [Upper East Side Informer] West Village: Tea shops, cutesy stores flourish; sex shops get no respect. [Manhattan Offender]

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