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Chef Shuffles at Lot 2; Chefs on Attribution & Plagiarism

TRIBECA ? That new Danish restaurant in Tribeca, Aamans-Copenhagen, launches breakfast service tomorrow. The short takeout menu includes coffees and teas, plus pastries, parfait, and sourdough bread with butter, marmalade, or salami. [EaterWire]

PARK SLOPE ? South Slope's neighborhood-y restaurant Lot 2 has promoted sous chef Katherine Youngblood to chef de cuisine. Youngblood's menu is split into small plates (like housemade pickles and red wine braised squid) and large ones (like pan-seared striped bass with cauliflower puree and romanesco). The restaurant is also now open for dinner seven nights a week. [EaterWire]

HOT TOPICS ? Where's the line between inspiration and ripping something off, and when do chefs have a responsibility to cite their sources? Eater National talks to David Chang, Wylie Dufresne, Jose Andrés, Nathan Myhrvold, Homaro Cantu, Christian Puglisi, and David Toutain about attribution and plagiarism in the restaurant world. [Eater National]

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