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The NoMad Bar Does Brunch; Steve Cuozzo Says Jeremiah Tower Is a Gamble for Tavern

King Bee launches a happy hour; Sample 250 wines in Sunset Park.

Daniel Krieger

NOMAD — The NoMad Bar is launching Sunday brunch this weekend from noon to 8 p.m. The menu offers an eggs benedict sandwich and french toast with fried chicken and bourbon syrup, as well much of the bar's regular menu, including the chicken pot pie. There are five bloody mary renditions and a few coffee cocktails as well. The bar won't take reservations, so be prepared to wait. [EaterWire]

CENTRAL PARK — Post critic Steve Cuozzo is skeptical about Jeremiah Tower taking over the kitchen at Tavern on the Green. He says: "Bringing in a 71-year-old kitchen legend who hasn't run a restaurant in nearly 20 years is either a masterstroke, or a stroke of madness. I'd hope for the first, but bet on the second." [NYP]

EAST VILLAGE — Newcomer King Bee will start a regular happy hour tomorrow night. It runs on weekdays from 5 to 7 p.m., and includes $1.50 oysters and special wines by the glass. [EaterWire]

SUNSET PARK — The Brooklyn Crush Wine and Artisanal Food Festival will offer samples of 250 wines and food from over 25 vendors on November 15. There are two sessions, 3-6 p.m. and 8-11 p.m., both cost $79. [EaterWire]

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