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Veuve Clicquot Brunch at Highlands; Brunch at Acme

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SOHO— Vinoteca, opening at 53-55 Beak Street, will begin service on May 14, reports Zagat. Reservations are already available. UPDATE: That's Vinoteca in London. [Zagat]

BRUNCHWIREStarting this Saturday at 11 a.m., buzzy Nordic restaurant Acme will begin weekend brunch service. Some menu items include a beer-and-bread porridge, Danish doughnuts, and a grilled romaine salad. [Grub Street]

WEST VILLAGE — On Saturday, May 12 Highlands gastropub will offer a special $35 brunch prix fixe menu and Veuve Clicquot by-the-flute for $13. The special menu celebrates the Fifth-Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic. [EaterWire]

HARLEM — Thursday, May 17, bar and cafe Corner Social will debut its new name with a grand opening shindig. [EaterWire]

FUNDRAISER WIREFood and Finance High School teams up with the Food Network to host a fundraiser which donates 100 percent of ticket sales to the non-profit. The event takes place Thursday, May 17 at the Food Network Kitchens, and features five chefs like Eric Bromberg (Blue Ribbon Restaurants) and Michael Romano (Union Square Cafe). Visit the site for more details. [EaterWire]

FOOD TRUCKS— This Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., the Gourmet Food Truck Bazaar returns. Vendors like Red Hook Lobster and Milk Truck Grilled Cheese will be selling food at Ninth Avenue and West 39th Street every second Sunday of the month through October. Check the Hell’s Kitchen Flea Market’s Web site for the most updated list of participating trucks. [Eater Wire]

GRAMERCYGramercy Terrace, the Danny Meyer-run rooftop lounge and cafe, will reopen on May 18. There will be a new food menu, a Stumptown coffee bar, and cocktail list. Check out Grub Street for the menus. [Grub Street]

ACME

9 Great Jones Street, Manhattan, NY 10012 (212) 203-2121 Visit Website

Highlands Bar

150 West 10th Street, New York, NY 10011 Visit Website

Acme

9 Great Jones St., New York, NY

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