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Goa Taco Extends LES Residency; Cosme Launches Monday Night Dinner

Plus, a Dali-inspired dinner at Casa Mono and an update on Chez Josephine.

Robert Sietsema

LOWER EAST SIDE — Goa Tacos, the pop-up serving paratha-taco hybrids that Robert Sietsema fell for, is extending its tenure at 79 Delancey Street through the end of February. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE — Casa Mono is launching a menu inspired by a cookbook penned by surrealist Salvador Dali. Expect dishes like "sodomized Portuguese bread" (kabocha squash, lardo, and grissini). The menu will debut this Friday and the following week the dining room will be decorated with Dali-esque accoutrements, think melting clocks. [EaterWire]

THEATER DISTRICT — Following the death of Jean-Claude Baker the owner of the legendary Chez Josephine last Thursday, the restaurant has announced that it will remain open. [DNAinfo]

FLATIRON — Snagging a seat at Cosme can be tricky, but it just got a bit easier. Last night, the team debuted regular Monday night dinner service. [Twitter]

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