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Serial Listening Breakfast at Parkside Lounge; Nitecap's New Menu

Plus, a Thai pop-up at Jimmy's No. 43 and more.

Daniel Krieger

LOWER EAST SIDE — Nitecap is debuting its new drinks menu tonight. The massive list spans multiple pages and includes categories like "go-to goodness," "highballerz," and "nitecaps." For guidance, ask the staff. [EaterWire]

LOWER EAST SIDE — Three Serial super-fans are hosting a breakfast and listening session early tomorrow morning at Parkside Lounge for the final episode of the podcast. $15 buys guests unlimited bowls of cereal and one cocktail. For an extra $5, breakfast goers get access to a large bag of cereal marshmallows. RSVP here. [NYDN]

EAST VILLAGE — Elmhurst's C+M's Bang Kuay Tiew will pop-up for at Jimmy's No. 43 on December 28 from 2-9 p.m. Expect soups like moo toon, a lightly sweet broth with pork and mushroom, traditional tom yum, and nam tok moo, a pork soup with blood. There will also be a few appetizers. Items are around $6 each. [EaterWire]

CROWN HEIGHTS — Kosher restaurant and bar Mason and Mug is celebrating Hanukkah with pumpkin spice doughnut with a chai-infused glaze. There are also latkes topped with house-made gravlax and dill mustard, and spaghetti squash latkes with smoked apple black pepper jam. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE — Newcomer French-Japanese restaurant Bara is launching a prix fixe menu this Friday. The five-course menu starts with a shio miso soup. Also on the menu is a flat iron steak with broccoli rabe or duck breast. For dessert, there's a tea service with a choice of sesame and red bean macarons or white miso and rosemary panna cotta. The menu is available for $55 per person with an optional wine pairing for an additional $35. [EaterWire]

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