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Brunch at Narcissa, Taste of Tribeca, Coffee Tasting, More

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Looking for something to do this weekend? Here are five choice dining events going on around the city:
%3Bakjlkjlkjlk.jpg1) Brunch at Narcissa
When: Today and Tomorrow
Where: Narcissa
What: Narcissa is launching brunch service this weekend with a menu including staples like egg dishes, waffles, and entrées like pork schnitzel and whole rotisserie branzino. The menu, including brunch cocktails is available online.
img_3066-e1393561519692.jpg 2) Taste of Tribeca
When: Today, 11:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Where: Duane Street between Greenwich and Hudson
What: This event celebrates the best that Tribeca chefs have to offer featuring restaurants like Bouley, Locanda Verde, Marc Forgione, and many more. There will be a wine tour and live entertainment courtesy of City Winery. A complete list of events and participating restaurants available on online. Tickets cost $50 at the door.

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oneHanson_opening.jpg3) The Judgement of Brooklyn
When: Saturday, 7 p.m.
Where: Skylight One Hanson
What: Modeled after the famous wine competition called the Judgement of Paris, this Brooklyn version pits American wine and beer against their French counterparts in a blind tasting. There will be 32 wines and 32 beers and snacks from 10 different restaurants. Tickets cost $65.
lkzxjv9w8r45345.jpg4) Cold Brew Stumptown Tasting
When: Saturday, 2 p.m.
Where: Momofuku Milk Bar
What: Head to the Carroll Gardens location of Momofuku Milk Bar for a timely lesson on how to make cold brew coffee. The demo is free, but the crack pie will cost you extra.
red%20hook%207.jpg5) Nat Sherman Pop-Up
When: Today and Tomorrow, 12 p.m. to 10 p.m
Where: Cacao Prieto
What: Check out the Nat Sherman pop-up, housed at the Cacao Prieto store in Red Hook. Pair a cigar with chocolate from the shop or whiskey from the affiliated Widow Jane Distillery. The pop-up will remain open for the summer, Tuesday through Sunday from noon to 10 p.m.

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