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Del's Frozen Lemonade; Cherry Bombe Hits Newsstands

DUMBO — Rhode Islanders rejoice, there is now a Del's Frozen Lemonade truck in NYC. This is the first New York franchise for slushy frozen drink, which has been beloved in Rhode Island since 1948. According to the truck's Twitter account, they'll be up and running for the first time at the 9th Ave Food Festival this weekend, and at Brooklyn Bridge Park after that. [Gothamist]

BOSTON TO BROOKLYN — The Water Table, the floating restaurant/bar project from Kelli Farwell (a veteran of Gramercy Tavern, Rye, Dumont, and Craft), starts its journey to Brooklyn this weekend. The old ferry's non-stop journey from Boston Harbor will take about 20 to 24 hours, and live satellite tracking of the whole thing will start on Saturday, May 18 at about 11 a.m. The boat will end up at Atlantic Basin, in Red Hook, where it will hopefully be open for dinner by July. [EaterWire]

NEWSTANDS — The first issue of Cherry Bombe, the new food magazine from Seersucker's Kerry Diamond started hitting newstands in NYC this weekend, and will be coming out across the country throughout the next week. The biannual magazine, which "celebrates women and food" will be sold at select newsstands, indie bookstores and Barnes & Nobles, plus some "foodie-centric locations" like Bklyn Larder. [EaterWire]

BOOK CLUB — Eater National has a first look at Wisconsin Supper Clubs: An Old-Fashioned Experience, the book by Ron Faiola that profiles 50 of those vintage Midwestern restaurants, including the one that possibly inspired Michael White's latest project. [EN]

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