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Townline BBQ Beefing Up Hamptons Dining

Chelsea: Amy Sacco plans to dump West 27th Street and redo Bungalow 8 downtown, leaving B&T crowds free rein in clubland. [Down by the Hipster] Dumbo: The Smack Mellon arts organization hosts a neighborhood party tonight from 5 to 8 p.m.; brave the rain for Almondine treats and Kelso beer. [Dumbo NYC] Hamptons: The owners of Nick & Toni's will have their new venture, Townline BBQ, up and running in Sagaponack this summer. [Eater] Harlem: A coffee tasting tonight at East Harlem Café includes free desserts. [Uptown Flavor] Park Slope: D'Agostino definitely out, Bank of America in. [Gowanus Lounge] Prospect-Lefferts-Gardens: Rundown Western Beef could use some feedback to prompt a renovation. [across the park] Williamsburg: 25 Broadway apparently getting a teahouse in the front and Pilates in the rear; fate of a nearby space less certain. [Brooklyn Record]

So Much for Eating Year-Round in Union Square

Clinton Hill: A brewery on Waverly Avenue hopes to start bottling Kelso beer. [Clinton Hill Blog] Coney Island: The Slice pizza club convenes on April 15 at Totonno’s. Catch: You have to ride the Cyclone before you chow. [Slice] Lower East Side: A sneak preview inspires Whole Foods envy: The new one on Houston puts the original Chelsea location in the shade. [Snack] Prospect Lefferts Gardens: The deli on Washington Avenue is getting renovated; neighbors hope that more than just sugar and water will be for sale. [across the park] Sheepshead Bay: Grillin’ by the Bay, the city’s only Kansas City Barbecue Society–sanctioned BBQ contest, to be held Saturday. And this year, you’ll actually be able to eat the stuff. [NYDN] Tribeca: Brunch plans rocked as the Department of Health shutters Kitchenette; also, Bubby’s on its way out. [Eater] Jacques Torres making dark-chocolate-covered peeps for those who didn’t already find them conducive to throwing up in church. [DailyCandy] Union Square: Parks Commissioner Adrian Benepe says there’s no chance of a year-round restaurant when the park’s north end gets overhauled. [Daily Intel] Upper West Side: Ollie’s Noodle Shop workers take their protest to the next level with a hot-shot lawyer. [Daily Intel] Williamsburg: A sign spotted earlier this week in the window of Brick Oven Gallery said they would reopen today after renovations — but a disconnected phone seems to tell a different story. [Grub Street]