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Tijuana Picnic Isn't Opening Quite Yet; Fries of New York Exhibit Celebrates the Humble Fry

New Amsterdam Market will return in 2015 in a new location; Benefit for Campaign Against Hunger.

Jon Neidich and Jean-Marc Houmard
Jon Neidich and Jean-Marc Houmard
Daniel Krieger

LOWER EAST SIDE — Tijuana Picnic, the Mexican/Asian mashup from Acme vets Jean-Marc Houmard, Jon Neidich, and Hui Chi Lee, has pushed back its opening date once again. Although the Times reported today that it would open Wednesday, the team is still waiting for inspections and will likely announce a new opening date in the next couple of days. [EaterWire]

BOWERY — Sir Kensington's will host a pop-up Fries of New York exhibit on November 7 and 8 from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m at 168 Bowery. Fries will come from Balthazar, Papaya King, Root & Bone, and more. More details are here. [EaterWire]

FORT GREENE — Bed-Stuy's Campaign Against Hunger is honoring Justin Warner from Do or Dine as the Harvest Hero of the Year at an event on November 18. There will be food from iCi, harvest games, and dancing. Tickets start at $150 and the proceeds support the organization. [EaterWire]

MARKET WIRE — The New Amsterdam Market will resume with an event in 2015, though not at South Street Seaport. No word yet on the new location, but stay tuned. [EaterWire]

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