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King Bee Opening This Week in Exchange Alley Space; All'Onda's New Burger

Barmaster Eben Klemm is opening a NoLA-inspired restaurant; Shelsky's and Gefilteria team up for Friday night dinner.

Exchange Alley is now home to King Bee.
Exchange Alley is now home to King Bee.
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EAST VILLAGE — The old Exchange Alley space will reopen this Thursday as King Bee, another NoLA inspired restaurant. Dishes include hominy grits with lobster confit, caraway pancakes, and poutine, reports Flo Fab. Mixologist extraordinaire Eben Klemm is partnering with Ken Jackson from fine dining New Orleans restaurant Herbsaint for the project. [NYT]

UNION SQUARE — All'Onda's debuting a lunchtime burger tomorrow. It's made with Pat LaFrieda beef, red miso, caramelized onions, and sottocenere cheese on a sesame bun. [EaterWire]

BOERUM HILL — Shelsky's and the Gefilteria are co-hosting a Friday night dinner in art gallery/performance space The Invisible Dog this Friday. The dinner menu includes a hot white borscht, kippered salmon spaetzle, fall-inspired rugelach, and more. Tickets are $68. [EaterWire]

ELMHURST — Thai bar Pata Paplean and Joe DiStefano of the blog Chopsticks and Marrow are co-hosting a thai pop-up on October 18. The eight course feast will be served at two seatings, one at noon, the other at 5 p.m. Tickets cost $80. [EaterWire]

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