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Taste Talks in Brooklyn; Fried Chicken Picnic Baskets

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BROOKLYN — In September, April Bloomfield will curate Taste Talks, a two-day conference of symposiums, workshops, and more from members of the food industry. The line-up includes a cookout with chefs like Fergus Henderson, Dan Barber, and Bloomfield herself, as well as lectures from Oliver Strand, Mario Batali, and even Eater photographer Daniel Krieger. Tickets will be available online on Monday. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURG — The Brooklyn Star is now offering fried chicken picnic baskets for pickup. The baskets, which can be reserved for groups of six or more, include a changing selection of sides as well as the fried chicken, and are $25 per person. Orders can be placed by emailing, and must be made by 8 p.m. on Fridays for weekend pickup. [EaterWire]

COBBLE HILL — Brucie has just launched Aperol Hour, a happy hour devoted to that bitter Italian aperitif. Every day from 5:30 to 7:30 they'll be serving spritzes, negronis, and a cocktail with Aperol, tequila, thyme and orange blossom called La Brucita. [EaterWire]

TRIBECA — Tribeca Canvas recently started serving brunch, with dishes like housemade bagels and duck gyoza hash. Furthermore, this weekend the they're launching a "bottomless brunch," with all-you-can drink yuzu bellinis, wasabi bloody Marys, and more. [Tribeca Citizen]

Tribeca Canvas

313 Church Street, New York City, NY 10013 917 720 2845 Visit Website

The Brooklyn Star

593 Lorimer Street, Brooklyn, NY 11211 (718) 599-9899 Visit Website