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Pastis's Signage Is No More; The NoMad Ups Its Lunch Game

Brisket King of NYC tickets go on sale; Latkes at Telepan.

MEATPACKING DISTRICT — Signage for the beloved (and late) Pastis came down this morning. The construction crew is making waking way for that Restoration Hardware. Meanwhile, Keith McNally promises that the brasserie will return to the neighborhood in 2016. [EaterWire]

FORT GREENE — The third annual Brisket King of NYC will take place on March 16 of next year at Irondale. More than 20 chefs will compete for beefy glory with judges from Katz's, Food Network, and a few others. Early bird tickets are $65 and available here. [EaterWire]

NOMAD — The NoMad's lunch menu is getting an overhaul. Two courses — including a burger rendition of the restaurant's famed chicken for two — now goes for $29. Other dishes include a lobster salad, flatbread with baked cauliflower, egg, and lemon, and tortelloni with celery root and black truffle. [GS]

UPPER WEST SIDE — Bill Telepan is offering his stellar latkes and sufganiyot (Hanukkah doughnuts filled with jam) for takeout. Diners can also order them as a side dish at the restaurant. The latkes come with sour cream and homemade apple sauce or with dill creme fraiche and salmon roe. [EaterWire]

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