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Bar Primi Now Takes Reservations, The Spotted Pig Hosts a Burns Night Bash

Plus, a chance to test out dishes for the upcoming Bruno Pizza, and more.

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Bar Primi
Daniel Krieger

NOHO – It's been a long time coming, but Bar Primi now takes reservations for parties of all sizes. The pasta hit from Andrew Carmellin is on OpenTable, or just make reservations by calling the restaurant at 212-220-9100. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE – Former Box Kite chefs Justin Slojkowski and Dave Gulino are testing out some dishes for their new pizza restaurant/tasting counter, Bruno, at SOS Chefs next Saturday, January 24. Dinner is at 8 p.m., and it's $150 per person for eight courses plus beverages. Seating is limited and reservations must be made by emailing info@brunopizzanyc.com. [EaterWire]

WEST VILLAGE – The Spotted Pig is hosting its first annual Burns Night celebration on Sunday, January 25. April Bloomfield will serve a three-course, family-style menu of traditional Scottish dishes, including stilton pie and haggis with venison. The dishes come with whiskey pairings, and the evening also includes bag pipe playing and readings of Robert Burns' poetry. Tickets are $100 per person plus tax and tip, and reservations must be made by emailing events@thespottedpig.com. [EaterWire]

CHELSEA – Trestle on Tenth is serving a pig-centric Swiss "metzgete" ("butcher's affair") through January 24. The a la carte menu includes dishes like pork terrine with frisee, house cured and smoked pork belly, and a schlachtplatte with sausages, braised pork belly, sauerkraut, and mashed potatoes. [EaterWire]

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