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Neta's Serving a Traditional Japanese Lunch; Brucie's Hosting a Special Scotch Pairing Dinner

Toloache is launching a Mexican Truffle Fiesta and Baked is hosting a Dessert-apoolza.

Daniel Krieger

GREENWICH VILLAGE — Neta is launching a daily lunch with teishoku, a traditional Japanese lunch platter. These ones come with options like grilled fish, slow-cooked pork belly, and Wagyu, rice, pickles, and a couple of other items. A few of the dinner items will also be available, plus a la carte sushi and two set sushi options (five pieces and a roll for $33, or 7 pieces of sashimi for $35). Teishoku start at $19. [EaterWire]

COBBLE HILL — Court Street eatery Brucie is hosting a four-course dinner with Macallan Scotch pairings. The menu includes brown butter poached lobster, smoked bucatini, rabbit osso buco, and crostada. There are 22 spots available for the $150 dinner, which is being held on December 11. Reservations can be made by emailing rsvp@brucienyc.com. [EaterWire]

TRIBECA — Baked is hosting a Dessert-apoolza to benefit local charities Getting Out and Staying Out and Cookies for Kids' Cancer. The December 11 event will include desserts from local vendors, beer and wine, and several book signings. All proceeds will be split between both charities. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased here. [EaterWire]

GREENWICH VILLAGE — Toloache's chef/owner Julian Medina will be hosting a Mexican Truffle Fiesta on December 8 at his Thompson Street location and December 9 at his restaurant on the Upper East Side. The $200 five-course truffle tasting menu  will be a collaboration with truffle company Urbani. [EaterWire]

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