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Jackson Heights Momo Crawl, Gansevoort Market Jazz Night and More

Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are five choice dining events going on around the city:

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1) Brunch at Uncle Boons
When: Today and Tomorrow
Where: Uncle Boons
What: Popular Thai restaurant, Uncle Boon's is launching brunch this weekend. 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).


2) Momo Crawl in Jackson Heights 
When: Today, 2 p.m.
Where: Jackson Heights Food Court
What: First buy an official official momo crawl map for $3 and then get dollar momo from up to 20 vendors. At the end of the day participants will gather at the Jackson Heights Food Court to decide which was the best momo of the bunch.


3) Jazz at the Gansevoort Market 
When: Tonight, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Where: Gansevoort Market
What: Gansevoort Market will host the first performance in it's jazz series today. The first group up is the Orange Vegas Trio. Food-wise, you can get pork sliders for $10 from Pig Guy NYC, Jamon Iberico and sherry from Donostia, and much more.


4) Brunch at Vic's
When: Today and Tomorrow
Where: Vic's
What: Vic's is launching brunch service this weekend. Options include a breakfast rapido (a cornetti, cappuccino and juice), as well as baked eggs with lamb shoulder, harissa and ricotta salata, and a frittata with broccoli rabe, olives, and parmesan.


5) Brunch at The Long Island Bar 
When: Today and Tomorrow, starting at 11:00 a.m.
Where: The Long Island Bar
What: The Long Island Bar is also starting up brunch service on the weekend. The menu includes chef Gabriel Martinez's family recipe for chilaquiles, Spanish French toast, an egg sandwich, among others. Blood Marys will also be flowing, courtesy of bartender Toby Cecchini.

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7 Spring Street, Manhattan, NY 10012 (646) 370-6650 Visit Website

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