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The Harrison Launches Brunch; Breastaurant Town

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GREENWICH VILLAGE — The Harrison launches brunch this weekend, with dishes like cornflake-crusted french toast and a falafel and scrambled egg sandwich. For dinner on Sundays they're also launching "Sunday Meat on a Stick," which involves a "mix and match" menu of kebabs, served family-style. And this Sunday, for Father's Day dinner, dads get their entree for free. [EaterWire]

CARROLL GARDENS — Roogla, the brand new Brooklyn coffee shop specializing in rugelach, is offering free coffee on Friday, June 21 to the first 25 customers to tweet about their new Steampunk 4.0 coffee brewing system. Customers just have to show their barista that they tweeted "@AlphaDominche Hello #ADSteampunk" to get their cup on the house. [EaterWire]

CHELSEA — Starting tomorrow, Hotel Americano is launching Apé Rosé, based on the French tradition of a pre-dinner aperitif. From 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on weekdays, guests can get complimentary snacks to go with their rosé, which start at $29 a bottle. [EaterWire]

TEXAS — Doug Guller, the Texas restaurateur behind a chain of breastaurants called Bikinis Sports Bar & Grill, is getting ready to open an entire breastaurant town on July 13. The town, which Guller purchased and renamed Bikinis last year, will feature a dance hall, a hall of fame, and a whole lot of bars. And, according to the press release, Carmen Electra will be there for the opening ceremony "to make breast imprints in bronzed bikinis as her placement in the Hall of Fame." [~EN~]

The Harrison

355 Greenwich St, New York, NY

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