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Rope To Become Splitty; Sherry Fest New York

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CLINTON HILL ? There's still no opening date, but the newly-revamped Rope space will be called Splitty. The Clinton Hill space, which was bought by the owner of Williamsburg music venue Pete's Candy Store back in August, will serve a food menu that includes Chinese steamed buns. Breakfast and brunch will come later. [Brownstoner]

EVENT WIRE ? Sherry Fest is a gathering devoted to sherry taking place across town from October 20 to 24 and featuring over 20 sherry producers. While the festival's Grand Tasting is sold out, tickets are still available for eight dinners, each at a different restaurant (places like The Beagle and Bar Jamon) with a different producer. More information and reservations are available online. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWN ? Bice, which opened back in 1987, is marking its 25th anniversary with a four course meal plus wine pairing for $25 from November 5 to November 9. Reservations are, of course, mandatory. [EaterWire]

NOHO ? The pop-up series by Eleven Madison Park forager Kyle Fiasconaro, called Lost & Found, is holding a dinner at Lali Lali Salon to commemorate the release of photographer Denis Piel's new book, Moments. The eight-course meal costs $100 and includes wine pairings. Reservations can be made by emailing reservations@lostandfoundpopup.com. [EaterWire]

MEMORABILIA ? A one-gallon jug of 20-year-old McJordan BBQ Sauce has hit the market, with the seller asking a cool $9,995. "The only one left on Earth??" asks the listing for the still-unsold jug. "One can only hope," answers Eater National. [Eater National, Ebay]
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