A ‘Top Chef’ Surprise and Other Summer Treats
Central Park: Dumping various pies into a bucket and eating the result is the next trend in picnicking. [Above the Doorframe] East Village: Rickshaw Dumpling Bar’s second location will open on East 8th Street. [Eat for Victory/VV] Fort Greene: From the owners of the Smoke Joint comes Little Piggy (Market), which will offer a mix of southern specialties like grits, biscuits, and hams when it opens August 1. [TONY] Lower East Side: Robin Romm of literary magazine One Story (that’s right, they only publish one story per issue) has chosen the Manhattan as the cocktail to be served for $3 during tonight's reading at Pianos. [The L Magazine] Tribeca: Daiquiris will be the “endangered cocktail” being supported (read heavily consumed) this Saturday at the Brandy Library bash to celebrate the birthday of one Ernest Hemingway. [Grub Street] West Village: The relatively tame B.E.T with ground brisket, fried egg, and Tabasco won last night’s Between the Buns burger cook-off at Rare Bar & Grill. [ A Hamburger Today]READ MORE »
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