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Dos Toros Certified Open; Mangia Gets Sued

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EAST VILLAGEDos Toros, the new San Francisco-style burrito joint in the old Tasti D'Lite space on 4th between 13th and 14th is certified open. And early word from officemates at Eater HQ is that it's pretty good. [EaterWire]

LAWSUITS— Grub Street reports that an ex-Mangia worker is suing the chain of takeout spots for discrimination. He alleges he was mistreated because he is a Polish Jew. [GS]

R.I.P— Michael Ronis, founding chef of the Alicart Restaurant Group (Carmine’s, Virgil’s, Artie’s, Gabriela’s), has passed passed away. Per a press release: "Leaving behind a legacy that dates back 20 years to the opening of the original Carmine’s on the Upper West Side, Michael will be dearly missed by friends, family and colleagues. His contributions to the Alicart family are evident in every detail of the beloved restaurants he called home for most of his professional life." [EaterWire]

CHELSEADel Posto and Zachys Wine Auctions are co-hosting a series of events to benefit Slow Food University on November 12, 13 and 14. The events range from industry tastings to a truffle-studded gala dinner at Del Posto and dinners at Il Buco, Barbuto, Cru, Felidia, SD26, and L'Artusi. Major wine producers and Michelin starred European chefs will make appearances throughout. Full details here. [EaterWire]

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