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Pig and Khao Launches Brunch; A.G. Bistro Opens

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LOWER EAST SIDE ? Leah Cohen's Southeast Asian restaurant Pig and Khao launches brunch this Saturday. Do watch out for the $15 bottomless orange lychee, mango, or watermelon mimosas. [EaterWire]

UPPER WEST SIDE ? The Nonna revamp A.G. Bistro is now open, but unlike initial reports there's o actual involvement from Alex Garcia. Instead, chef Stella Sellian is running the kitchen, with Gerry Hayden involved as a consultant. Hayden was the chef at Il Nostro, a restaurant in the same space back in 1989, and has been diagnosed with ALS (aka Lou Gehrig's Disease), so a portion of dessert sales and overall profits will go to an organization focused on ALS awareness. [EaterWire]

BOOK CLUB ? 2013: Year of the Cookbook continues, with Eater National taking a look at all of the great many cookbooks coming out this year. Head that way for a look at all the great New York-related ones on their way?like the forthcoming Russ and Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House That Herring Built and Franny's: Simple Seasonal Italian?as well as those from around the country. [Eater National]

PARK SLOPE ? The Lombardy-based gelato chain L'Albero Dei Gelati is coming to 341 Fifth Ave. in Park Slope, in the former location of El Sitio Borinquen. [Grub Street]
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Pig and Khao

68 Clinton Street, Manhattan, NY 10002 (212) 920-4485 Visit Website

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