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Madison Square Park Food Court; Epicurious Tickets on Sale

CHELSEA—Chef Daniel Angerer is now serving a special dish at Klee Brasserie at every brunch: oven-baked scrambled ostrich egg with a rotating selection of ingredients. This weekend, Daniel will be preparing the scramble with organic Romano tomatoes and escarole ($15). The eggs come from Roaming Acres (a New Jersey ostrich farm that has a stand at the Union Square Greenmarket). [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURGAkariba, the new restaurant and sake bar opening next to Zenkichi, is looking ready to open. They were closed last night for staff training. [EaterWire]

EVENTS— Tickets to Epicurious Entertains, a now yearly culinary event, are now on sale. Nighttime activities include dinners from the likes of Michael Anthony, Lidia Bastianich, and Marcus Samuelsson. During the day, they're holding the "Ultimate Lunch Break" once again, where dozens of New York restaurants offer small samples for $35 a head. [Official Site]

FORT GREENE—The State Dept. found Cakeman Raven guilty of underpaying its employees. They still haven't paid up and the state is threatening to put a lien on the owner's assets. [Crain's]

NOLITA—We would say Pulino's chef Nate Appleman is being a little conceited about his meatball sub in this tweet. But then we saw the picture. [Twitter]

MADISON SQ. PARK—Beginning September 3 and continuing through the US Open, there will be a new food court in Madison Square Park. It will feature dishes from Resto, SD26, and Pranna. It runs from noon to 10 PM every day. [EaterWire]

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