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Silk Brasserie for Allegretti Space; Sixpoint's New Beer

WILLIAMSBURG— Is short term rental "hotel" Hotel Toshi planning a cafe in Williamsburg? Maybe! [Curbed NY]

EAST VILLAGE—Read about how Robert Sietsema of the Voice went to IHOP and made some DIY pigs in blankets. [FitR]

FLATIRON—A new restaurant called Silk Brasserie will open in the former Allegretti space on West 22nd Street in December. It will be a modern Asian restaurant serving suckling pig, whole curried chicken, Asian-style flatbreads, and other specialties. [Grub Street]

UPPER WEST SIDE—Something called Landmark Fest, a family style feast and taste around for charity, is going down at the Arthur Ross Terrace of the Natural Museum of History this Sunday. Chefs cooking at the event include John Fraser, Bill Telepan, Ed Brown, and Jonathan Benno, and Ruth Reichl will be there. Tickets start at $100. [EaterWire]

SEAPORT—Also happening this Sunday, is the Taste of The Marcellus at The New Amsterdam Market, from 11 AM - 4 PM, featuring food producers and ingredients from the Marcellus Shale region of New York and Pennsylvania. [EaterWire]

MMM, BEER— Sixpoint is launching a new beer called Autumnation. They got the hops from BT Loftus Farms in Yakima Valley and brewed it with pumpkin and notes of ginger and white pepper. More info here. [EaterWire]

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