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Ozzie's to Close After Two Decades; Bubby's Pie Social

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PARK SLOPE— A tipster sends in the picture to the right of a sign, noting that Ozzie's coffee shop on 7th Avenue in Park Slope is closing: "Closing in a week or two. Been there 18 years. Terrible coffee but nice people." [EaterWire]

GRAMERCY— Starting on September 12, Veritas will open magnums on Mondays and offer them by the glass. Fall 2011 will be devoted to the wines of Chateuneuf-du-Pape. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE—Zagat reports that chef Leah Cohen will name her new restaurant Pig & Khao (the Thai word for rice). She's currently looking for spaces in the East Village. [Zagat]

CHELSEA—The Post hears that Italian restaurant Da Giovanni of Rome wil open in the former 202 Cafe space inside the Chelsea Market. [NYP]

DUMBO— On September 25, from noon - 3 PM, Bubby's will throw its eighth annual Brooklyn Pie Social. Bakers: it costs $5 to enter you pie in the contest, and you'll get five free tasting tickets. All proceeds benefit New York City Public Schools. [EaterWire]

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