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Brother Jimmy's Expands; Compose Launches Dessert Tasting

CHEFS ON FILM—Here, check out this awesome trailer to a new documentary about chef Paul Liebrandt called A Mouthful. It premieres at South by Southwest. [Official Site via Grub Street]

EXPANSIONS— BBQ chain Brother Jimmy's just announced plans for its first locations outside of NYC. Soon, they'll bring their ribs, trashcan-sized punch bowls and flat screen TVs to Miami, New Brunswick, NJ, and the sunny shores of St. Maarten. [Zagat; Eater Miami]

CHARITYWIRE—At participating restaurants (including Del Posto and Babbo, Craft, Colicchio & Son, Telepan, Dovetail, Dell'Anima, Fatty Crab, Salumeria Rosi and more) from February 7 - 20, guests will be able to donate to WITS, the non-profit organization devoted to serving healthy, high-quality food to public school students. A card will be provided with each customer check, where diners can select an amount they would like to donate to WITS. [EaterWire]

TRIBECACompose, the cocktail bar and chef's counter in Tribeca, just launched a dessert tasting menu. The five course menu runs $40 a head and is created by Noma and Blue Hill alum Micah Phillips. [EaterWire]

LOWER EAST SIDESaro Bistro, a Balkan restaurant at 102 Norfolk Street just got its beer and wine license. To celebrate their first week of happy hours (6- 8 PM, Tuesday - Friday), they'll be sending out complimentary cevapcici (Yugoslavian kebabs), crab cakes, or mini savory pies, with every glass of wine ordered. [EaterWire]


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