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Eater Dish: The Spotted Pig (Redux), Aquaterra, and Brooklyn Goes Asian

The latest in shiny new places to make a reservation (or not), it's the Eater Dish for the week of October 24, 2005...

1) It's a slow week for openings when the top news is a re-opening... that we already told you about. Call off your suicide watch: The Spotted Pig is gloriously re-open.

2) We can't get overly excited about another Rocco alum opening another Italian restaurant (albeit, in this case, "American/Italian"), but here's Aquaterra. If the New York photograph [3rd item] of chef Tony Acinapura posing with his "lemon chicken and rigatoni with Sunday gravy" looks like your kind of fare, and/or the East 50s is your dining bag, then the doors are open and they're taking reservations.

3) Hmmm, what else... Beet, a new Thai place in Park Slope, looks pretty neat. And Clinton Street's Cube 63 has opened a much larger Cobble Hill outpost (N.B. BYOB). Because Brooklyn is the new Asia.

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