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Jim Meehan on the PDT Cocktail Book; Brunch at Betto

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EATER BOOK CLUB Jim Meehan chats with Eater National about the forthcoming PDT cocktail book: "Everything was included—every original recipe we've served until Spring 2010 and more. It's a complete bar manual, and the first printing, that I know of, of Wiley [Dufresne]'s Fried Mayo recipe. There are so many resources down to an architectural blueprint of the bar. It's going to be a great platform for me." [Eater National]

EAST VILLAGE — Mano a Mano is hosting an event to honor Zarela Martinez on Tuesday, September 27 from 6 - 9 PM at NYU's Hemispheric Institute of Performance and Politics. There will be cocktails, a tasting menu, and a silent auction. Tickets are still available. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURG— The recently opened Saint Austere now offers a late night happy hour from 11 PM - 2 AM. During this time, you can get $2 off draft beers and wines by the glass, and half off their snack of the day. [EaterWire]

HUDSON SQUARE — Here now, a photo tour of Jacques Torres making chocolate pumpkins and other delicious chocolatey things. [Pop Sugar]

WILLIAMSBURG — Jason Denton's Betto is now offering brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 AM - 3 PM. Dishes include truffled egg toast, chocolate chip pancakes, and ricotta fritters. [EaterWire]

ASTORIAMexiQ is celebrating their first anniversary on September 28 by offering a complimentary beer flight to all dinner guests, plus live music and a surprise (which they won't announce) at the end of the evening. [EaterWire]

ALPHABET CITYZagat learns that Edi & the Wolf is launching a late night menu from 11 PM - 1 AM, Thursday - Saturday. It includes things like a schnitzelburger, Alsatian flatbread, and bowl of goulash. This weekend, they're giving away a complimentary beer or spritzer to anyone who orders from the late night menu. [EaterWire]

Betto

138 North 8th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211

PDT

113 St. Marks Pl, New York, NY 10009

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