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Joe's Superette Closing After 50 Years; Zagat's 30 Under 30

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CARROLL GARDENS—Carroll Gardens standby, the 50 year-old Joe's Superette is closing because the owner Leo Coladonato is experiencing health problems. It's a huge blow to the neighborhood and those who loved the deli's prosciutto balls. [Pardon Me for Asking]

PARTIES—Midtown Lunch is throwing a 5th anniversary party at City Winery on June 11. They'll have food from four Vendy Award winners, Ma Peche, and more, and they'll be giving away fun food related gift certificates. Tickets are $55 and all the proceeds go to benefit the Street Vendor Project. So go. Tickets are here. [ML]

ACCOLADES—Zagat has released its first ever 30 Under 30 List, a compilation of some of the city's best culinary youngsters, including Christina Tosi, Joe Campanale, Noah Bernamoff, and Justin Bogle. Click through to see who made the list and what they do in the wider world of food. [Zagat]

SOHO—When Soho restaurant Savoy reopens as a new concept it will lose its horseshoe shaped bar. [LC]

TRIBECA—The 17th Annual Taste of Tribeca takes place this Saturday, and it directly underwrites the arts and enrichment programs at PS 150 and PS 234. 70 chefs and restaurants from lower Manhattan will serve food from 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Find more info and tickets here. [EaterWire]

Savoy

70 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012 212-219-8570

Joe's Superette

349 Smith St., Brooklyn, NY

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