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Farm Benefit at Seersucker; Heathers Rejected Again

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WILLIAMSBURG— Major facade work is being done at Williamsburg favorite Diner as in the whole east wall is gone. The place remains open during construction for now. [EaterWire]

RED HOOKMile End has moved their major production operations from Gowanus to Red Hook. They hope to eventually sell meat retail to the neighborhood by the holidays. [GS]

EAST VILLAGE—The full board of Community Board 3 followed the suggestion of the SLA Licensing Committee and rejected the liquor license application for the bar Heathers. Now they have to plead their case with the State Liquor Authority. [The Local]

CARROLL GARDENS—Tonight, Brooklyn restaurant Seersucker will host a farm fundraiser dinner for farms hurt by flooding. They will be donating 10 percent of the evening's proceeds to the NYC Greenmarket's Hurricane Irene Relief Fund, benefiting Greenmarket farmers, and another 10 percent to the Vermont Farm Disaster Relief Fund, established by the Vermont Agency of Agriculture. [EaterWire]

CARROLL GARDENS—The owner of Black Mountain Wine House in Carroll Gardens is expanding. Soon, he'll open a new spot on 204 Sackett St. that will "focus on French style cuisine including charcuterie, pate, stews, cassoulet, coq au vin, terrine, etc." [CGP]

WEST VILLAGEThe Spotted Pig's first wine dinner will take place this Monday, October 3rd at 6:30pm. A four-course menu will be accompanied by sherry pairings from Peter Liem, all for $125 a head. [EaterWire]


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