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Giro D'Italia at The Cannibal; Moon Ramen at Lunetta

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MIDTOWN EAST — The guys behind hot new bar and restaurant The Cannibal are big cycling enthusiasts, so they're going to be showing all of the Giro D'Italia race. It starts tomorrow and goes until May 27. Later this year, they're also going to screen the Tour de France. [EaterWire]

BOULUD WIRE — Members of Starwood Preferred Guests, which is the loyalty program for Starwood hotels, can now trade their points for culinary experiences, like a dinner with Daniel Boulud at Daniel, a meal at The Modern with Danny Meyer, or a dinner with Thomas Keller at Per Se. Here's a pic of a recent meal with D-Biggity. [EaterWire]

AT HOME WITH DAVE ARNOLDThe WSJ takes a look at the weekend routine of Booker & Dax mastermind Dave Arnold. His home kitchen is way more high tech than yours is. [WSJ]

COBBLE HILL — On Monday, May 7 Lunetta will be serving a menu of Japanese food, including ramen, chicken wings, and sesame-crusted shrimp. They do this every time there's a full moon, and this weekend there will be a SUPER MOON. [EaterWire]

The Cannibal Beer & Butcher

113 East 29th Street, Manhattan, NY 10016 (212) 686-5480 Visit Website

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