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Eater Young Guns Party; Potlikker Opens in Williamsburg

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WILLIAMSBURG — Liza Queen, who formerly owned the Queen's Hideway, has opened a new restaurant called Potlikker in the former Bonita space on Bedford Avenue. The menu features regional American dishes made with seasonal ingredients. The restaurant is now open for lunch Wednesday through Sunday, and dinner Tuesday through Sunday. [EaterWire]

HANGOVER OBSERVATIONSLast night, the best and the brightest of the LA food world ascended to the rooftop of West Hollywood's London hotel to join Eater in feting the 2012 class of Eater Young Guns. The chefs brought their A-game dishes—serving everything from hamachi shipped in that day from Japan to pork jowl and pea soup and pickled shrimp with wild red Bayonnaise—and the weather cooperated, offering a first class Los Angeles sunset. Head over to Eater National for a recap of the bash. [~ENY~]

DOWNTOWN BROOKLYNRacked learns that after the Dekalb Market moves, the developers are going to build a Century 21 on the site. [Racked NY]

SOHOB & B Winepub is now offering summer BBQ kits designed by chef Josh Capon. Options include New Zealand lamb, sausage and peppers, filet mignon, and red dragon shrimp skewers. All of the kits include instructions and serving recommendations, and they range in price from $28 - $56. Call 212-334-7320 to place an order. [EaterWire]


Potlikker

338 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY

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