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Ma Peche Launches Brunch; A Sustainable Seafood Shindig

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MIDTOWN — Má Pêche is launching a Saturday brunch this weekend. The dim sum offerings include a breakfast pastry cart, a bloody mary cart, and a cart with biscuits and gravy or grits. Dishes from the kitchen include chicken and waffles, shrimp hash, and breakfast noodles with chorizo and poached egg. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWN EAST — Riverpark is hosting the first annual Sustainable Seafood Shindig on May 6. Guest chefs like April Bloomfield, David Chang, Anita Lo, and Dave Pasternack will pair off at chef's counters, and guests will be able to dine at two of the counters, for a total of four dishes from four chefs. Tickets are $225 for the two seatings, or $100 for access just to the open bar and canapes. Tickets can be bought online. [EaterWire]

SOHO — Back Forty West has rescheduled its annual Calçotada, a Catalan celebration of spring, to May 11. The event, which centers on eating grilled overwintered leeks with romesco sauce, was supposed to take place this weekend, but the leeks have taken longer than expected to grow to full size. Besides leeks there will also be grilled lamb chops, sausages, white beans, and porrons of rosé. Tickets are $113 and can be bought online. [EaterWire]

FOOD TV — Here's a sneak peek of Spike TV's upcoming cooking competition, Frankenfood, which features Josh Capon judging alongside Philly restaurateur/actor Tony Luke, Jr.. In it contestants present "unexpected food concoctions" like a breakfast sandwich made with oatmeal raisin cookies, and chocolate chicken (which sounds familiar). [~EN~]
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Riverpark

450 East 29th Street, Manhattan, NY 10016 (212) 729-9790 Visit Website

Back Forty West

70 Prince Street, New York, NY 10012 (212) 219-8570

Má Pêche

15 West 56th Street, New York, NY 10019 Visit Website

Ma Peche

15 W 56th St, New York, NY

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