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EAST VILLAGE— For the third summer in a row, Avenue B restaurant Back Forty will host a Tuesday night Chesapeake Crab Boil. The $42 per diner cost gets you Spiced Blue Crabs, seasonal sides, and desserts like seasonal fruit cobbler. They begin on June 15 and run through Labor Day. [EaterWire]

NOHO— The next Community Board 2 meeting isn't for another week, but the NoHo News is using its LoFi website to get the neighborhood ready for a fight against several applicants. On top of their list is the Smile, the charming Bond Street cafe that is looking to upgrade from a beer and wine license to a full liquor license, which the News says violates the previously agreed to stipulation that the Smile never apply for a liquor license. Next on the list is Hung Ry, a new hand pulled noodle shop that had to withdraw their previous application for a wine and beer license. Finally, they want to put an end to the all night ragers at My Friend's Place, a studio space that has taken to hosting monthly parties. [Noho News via GS]

FIDI— A Starbucks has opened inside the New York Stock Exchange [DealBook]

LOS ANGELES— Who’s cooking the post-show feast at this weekend’s MTV Movie Awards in LA? Why none other than the Lion chef/owner John Delucie, who will be serving dishes from his new month-old hot spot to the network’s stable of tween pop stars and reality show personalities. Note to the Jersey Shore cast: This will be the closest you will ever get to eating at the Lion. [Futon Critic]

HELL'S KITCHEN— This Sunday will be Crabby Sunday at Ardesia. Chef Amorette Casaus' $35 menu will include crab cake and crispy Thai-style soft-shell crab. Reservations are available from 5-10pm by emailing info@ardesia-ny.com. [EaterWire]

The Smile

26 Bond Street, New York, NY 10012

Hung Ry

55 Bond Street, New York, NY 10003 Visit Website

The Lion

62 West Ninth Street, New York, NY 10011 Visit Website

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