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MCF Pairs Up with Russ and Daughters; New Year's Eve Reservations at Threes Brewing

Plus, a cassoulet cook-off and more.

LOWER EAST SIDE — Making Jewish Christmas wishes come true, the freshly opened Mission Chinese will partner with Russ & Daughters for a family style dinner held at the Russ cafe. The menu will consist of Mission Chinese favorites with a "Russ & Daughters twist." There will only be one seating and $60 tickets are by reservation only ( For those who can't snag a ticket to the in-demand dinner, Mission Chinese will be open for lunch from 12 p.m to 5 p.m. on Christmas.[Instagram]

GOWANUS — Three's Brewing is hosting a NYE bash that will include a DJ, drink specials, oysters, a photo booth, and a midnight toast. For a sit-down dinner with The Meat Hook, make a reservation for the three-course $95 steak dinner by emailing The next morning there's a hangover brunch featuring mimosas, bloodies, and beermosas. For more info visit [EaterWire]

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LONG ISLAND CITY — Mu Ramen shared this pic, showing a little Christmas humor and proving, once and for all, that size does matters...even when you're just spooning. Here's hoping that big spoon finds a little spoon to cuddle during those long, winter nights. [Instagram]

EAST VILLAGE — Jimmy's No. 43 is hosting its seventh annual cassoulet cook-off to benefit Grow NYC January 11 from 1 to 4 p.m. Tickets to the event are $30 at the door and include unlimited cassoulet samples and one drink ticket. Chefs and home cooks who want to enter the contest should email foodkarma@gmail.comTickets and additional info can be found at [EaterWire]

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