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EaterWire: Kuma Inn Brooklyn, P&G Sign on the Move, and a Mystery at the Dory

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UPPER WEST SIDE— Lost City gets shot of the old P&G Cafe sign before it takes a ride to its new location at 78th and Columbus. [LC]

CLINTON HILL— Gothamist reports King Phojanakong, the owner of LES small plates restaurant Kuma Inn, plans to open a second branch of his restaurant at 433 DeKalb: "...the new restaurant’s menu will follow Kuma Inn’s small-plate format with a 'heavy Filipino and Thai emphasis.' Some staples of Kuma Inn’s menu, like the Chinese sausage and sticky rice dish, will also be on the new space’s menu...At lunchtime the kitchen will switch to sandwiches and noodles." [Gothamist]

CHELSEA— A giant eel has gone missing from The John Dory fish tank, reports the Bruni: "The eel seems to be gone. And no one involved in the restaurant can figure out what might have happened..." The most likely theory: he's hiding or he was stolen (it's a $4k fish). [Diner's Journal]

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