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Tacombi Delivers; More on Intellectual Property in Food

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NOLITA ? Elizabeth Street Mexican restaurant Tacombi has launched delivery. The delivery menu includes a make your own taco options. Check out the menu below. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWNSteve Cuozzo learns that the 150-seat Tommy Bahama restaurant is slated to open this Saturday. The restaurant, dubbed Tommy Bahama Manhattan Island, will be connected to the store, and it will also have a 50-seat bar. [NYP]

WILLIAMSBURG ? The Latin-Italian restaurant Miranda has quietly reached its fifth anniversary, which owners Sasha and Mauricio Miranda are celebrating with a specialty cocktails, beer, and some wines available for $5 during lunch and dinner next Monday. [EaterWire]

WEST VILLAGE ? Remember those truffles Ed Schoenfeld fought to get through customs? The truffle soup dumplings that they're being used in are now on the menu at Red Farm. [EaterWire]

EATER INTERVIEWS ? A week after talking to a number of chefs about intellectual property and plagiarism in food, Eater National talks to intellectual property lawyer and former restaurant worker Naomi Strauss about the same. On copyrighting food: "It can be hard to enforce and, in the food context, the hurdle is in convincing a judge who maybe has never heard a case where they said, 'I have a copyright in my food,' to look at it as a creative work." Head to National for more. [Eater National]

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