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New Windows at The Wayland; Dovetail's Passover Seder

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EAST VILLAGE ? The team at The Wayland is taking a brief break this week to install new windows. The cocktail bar and its associated food operation Animals will be closed today through Wednesday, reopening Thursday. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWN ? The Port Authority Bus Terminal is getting a Starbucks, City Room reports. This is part of the ground floor revitalization effort that brought Cake Boss Café to the transit hub. [NYT/City Room]

UPPER WEST SIDE ? John Fraser's New American restaurant Dovetail is offering a Passover Seder menu tonight. The four-course dinner costs $98, and the full menu is available online. [EaterWire]

BALTH WIRE ? Eater National talks to Giles Coren, the English critic who panned the new London location of Balthazar: "I'm amazed that Keith [McNally] doesn't know that the food isn't any good. It's okay. ... I just think Keith has gotten so used to having smoke blown up his ass by New York restaurant critics who can't tell their ass from their elbow that he was surprised to find himself on the receiving end of an honest critique for the first time in 15 years." [Eater National]

GREENWICH VILLAGE ? Rogue & Canon, the West Village cocktail bar/restaurant by nightlife guys Johnny Swet and Larry Poston, is launching brunch this weekend. It's available 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday and features both classic dishes and more "rogue" ones, like a chicken and waffle sandwich. [EaterWire]
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Dovetail

103 West 77th Street, Manhattan, NY 10024 (212) 362-3800 Visit Website

Balthazar

80 Spring Street, Manhattan, NY 10012 (212) 965-1414 Visit Website

The Wayland

700 E Ninth St., New York, NY

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