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Washington Market's Sunday Suppers; Free Snap Dogs

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TRIBECA — Newcomer Washington Market Tavern is launching a 12-course tasting menu on Sunday, September 7. Courses include caribou moss, gooseneck barnacles, and caramel corn. A similar dinner will be available every other Sunday going forward. Reservations are required and can be made by emailing events@washingtonmarkettavern.com. Dinner costs $250 a person. [EaterWire]

CROWN HEIGHTS — The New York Times stops by the just-opened beer hall Berg'n. Co-founder Jonathan Butler explains the space's super clean aesthetic "We were conscious of not creating something that was Brooklyn 2010....We want it, hopefully, to be timeless." [NYT]

CHELSEA — Snap Dog will be handing out free hotdogs and sausages on Monday at its location at 20th Street and 10th Avenue. [EaterWire]

BURGER WIRE — For those who don't feel like grilling this week, Eater National has rounded up the 30 hottest burgers across the country. Three of them are in New York City. Find out which ones. [~EN~]
[Courtesy of Washington Market Tavern]

Washington Market Tavern

41 Murray St, New York, NY

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