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Uncle Boons Launches Brunch This Weekend; Death & Co. Has a New Winter-Themed Menu

Maman releases new dinner series dates, and Brooklyn's Bergen Hill will offer $1 oysters.

Daniel Krieger

NOLITA — Thai restaurant Uncle Boons will begin serving brunch starting this Saturday. Diners can expect dishes like jaan na boon (Thai style fried eggs and sausage over jasmine rice with), pat kra pow (beef short rib stir fry), and yum kai ped (fried duck salad with Thai bird chili). [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE — Death & Co. officially released its winter menu this week. The "bites" section includes crispy fries with crumbled bleu cheese, truffle mac, seared filet mignon, and more. The rest of the menu is, of course, focused on seasonal cocktails like the vintage eggnog with cognac, bourbon, madiera, cream, milk, and eggs. [EaterWire]

SOHO — New dates have been released for cafe/bakery Maman's monthly dinner series. Michelin-starred chef Armand Arnal will be creating a five-course menu of chestnut velouté, squid salad, vegetable ravioli, rack of veal, and a lemon meringue tart for the evenings of November 30 (8pm) and December 2 (9pm). Seats for the family-style tasting are $85 and include a half bottle of wine per guest. To reserve a seat, email info@mamannyc.com [EaterWire]

CARROLL GARDENS — Court Street seafood restaurant Bergen Hill is launching an oyster happy hour to celebrate the addition of the raw shellfish to their menu. Oysters will be $1 Sundays through Thursdays from 6-8 p.m at the bar only.

LOWER EAST SIDE — Italian eatery Galli is now serving lunch in its new Rivington St. location. The restaurant, which recently took over the old ´inoteca space, began serving a daytime menu this week, featuring a variety of panini and wraps in addition to a condensed, slightly cheaper selection of their dinner entrees and apps. Diners can expect a brunch menu to be launched by mid-December. [EaterWire]

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