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Mission Cantina's Doing Thanksgiving Takeout; Joseph Leonard's Beaujolais Specials

The Long Island Bar is starting brunch; Eataly's late-night fundraiser.

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Daniel Krieger

LOWER EAST SIDE — Mission Cantina is doing a Thanksgiving takeout complete with Thanksgiving pastrami, wild rice stuffing made with chorizo spices, raisins and pecans, and pickled jalapeno corn bread. There are also several additional sides that can be added on. Catch all of the details here. [Twitter]

WEST VILLAGE — Joseph Leonard is offering a Beaujolais Week starting tonight and running through November 26. There are several Beaujolais available by the glass and a special cassoulet and salade Lyonnaise to complement them. [EaterWire]

COBBLE HILL — The Long Island Bar is launching brunch on the weekends, starting at 11 a.m. Chef Gabriel Martinez is making his family recipe for chilaquiles, plus Spanish French toast, an egg sandwich, and a few other items. Bartender Toby Cecchini will be pouring Bloody Mary's. [EaterWire]

FLATIRON — Eataly is hosting a late night fundraiser with live music called La Bellezza Eataliana on on December 7 from 10 p.m. to 1 a.m. Funds will go to the The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria. Tickets cost $85.

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