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Intelligentsia's Coffee Truck; Lucky Peach Goes Solo

WEST CHELSEA — Intelligentsia Coffee now has a coffee truck. Dubbed the Intelligentsia Mini Bar, it will feature a limited menu of small drinks. The owners of the coffee shop found the 1967 Citroen work truck in the south of France and refurbished it over the summer. For now the truck will be parked in the garden outside The Highline Hotel every day between 7 a.m. and 7 p.m., but in 2014, the goal is to install a larger, more permanent structure and then have the truck go mobile. [EaterWire]

FOOD MEDIA — Lucky Peach, David Chang and Peter Meehan's eclectic quarterly food journal, has announced that it is dropping McSweeney's as its publisher. According to the press release, the magazine will now be "operated and published independently under the ownership of Lucky Peach." Eater National has the full story, and more on the press release. [~EN~]

NOLITA — Free agent chef Missy Robbins will be cooking at City Grit for their annual Feast of San Gennaro dinner on Thursday, September 12. The special five-course menu costs $85 per person, with beer and wine available for purchase during the meal. Tickets are available online here. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWN — Starting September 8, Measure Lounge at The Langham Fifth Avenue hotel will host a Sunday brunch series called "Tunes with Tina," featuring the musical talents of singer and jazz pianist, Tina deVaron. Chef Jeffrey Seizer's menu will cater to the kids with dishes like french toast sticks and grilled Cheddar sandwiches, and the London Candy Company will provide a selection of sweets. The series runs through January 5th, starting at 11 a.m. every Sunday. Reservations can be made via OpenTable. [EaterWire]
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