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EaterWire: Macao Trading Co.'s Lounge Open Tonight, Dolce Vida Get Served, and More

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The now open Bouley Bakery & Market via iraform/Eater Flickr Pool

TRIBECA— Shecky's brings word that Macao Trading Co.'s downstairs bar and lounge will debut tonight: "The small, sexy, opium-den like space, outfitted with ottomans, Chinese open lattice, and tasty cocktails, will also serve such deliciousness as Chinese pearl meatballs and Portuguese manila clams with choriço until 4am." [Shecky's via GS]

CHELSEA— A tipster sends in a report of a Chelsea recession special: "Saw a sign outside Supermac on 7th ave. $5 recession mac and cheese. Insane deal, I waited till 11 when they opened. Floods of people came after opening." [EaterWire]

LITTLE ITALY— Grub Street reports that things aren't going well at the ill fated Dolce Vita space over at 181 Grand. If you'll recall, the landlord had the previous tenants, Da Domenico, seized just a year ago. And now "he has served the new restaurant with papers indicating that it’ll suffer the same fate unless it forks over $15,375 in back rent within three days." [GS]

WEST VILLAGE— Brian Bistrong's Braeburn is launching their Sunday brunch this weekend. Prices range from $8 for steel cut oats to $15 for steak and eggs. [EaterWire]

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