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Vandaag Chef Dinner at Art Fest; New Menu at Trophy Bar

LOWER EAST SIDE — As a part of the Festival of Ideas next month, culinary event group Our Other Location and Vandaag chef Phillip Kirschen-Clark are preparing a totally bizarre dinner. Guests will pick up three-tiered stainless steel tins filled with food, as well as camping equipment and portable tables, and set up shop to eat wherever they want, out on the street. Check out the event's page for more details and ticket info. [EaterWire]

CHARITY — City Harvest is doing their annual Skip Lunch Fight Hunger initiative on May 11 this year. On this day, New Yorkers can chose to donate the money they would spend on lunch to help feeding families during the summer. Head over to the official site for more info on how you can get involved. [EaterWire]

CHELSEA — On April 27, a number of chefs and sake makers will converge at La. Venue for an NY Loves Japan fundraiser, with all proceeds going to benefit the Japanese Red Cross. Participating restaurants include 15 East, Buddakan, Tanuki Tavern, W~50, and many more. Head to the event's site for more info. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURGTrophy Bar, which has hosted pop-ups and one-night dinners before, is now serving a regular menu, every night. It includes things like a grilled cheese sandwich, a cheeseburger, eggs and speck, and pretzels, all for $4-$7. They are having a food launch event on May 17, where most items will be $4. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURG Curbed NY learns that a new, much delayed project called Triangle Court on Grand and Keap Streets will have a diner when it eventually opens. Click through for more on the development fun. [Curbed NY]


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