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Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong's Private Dining Room; Little Park Launches Brunch

Plus, Togolese dinners and a beef vs. pork dinner.

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K-TOWN — White-hot Korean barbecue restaurant Kang Ho Dong Baekjeong (where waits often top two hours) is finally taking reservations for large groups (that's six to 22 people) in its private dining room. [Instagram]

TRIBECA — Little Park is debuting brunch this weekend. Check out the full menu below. [EaterWire]

HELL'S KITCHEN — Francis Derby of The Cannibal is hosting a "Big Beef vs. Heritage Pig" dinner with St. Francis Winery on Saturday evening at Gotham West Market. Tickets are $125. [EaterWire]

BED-STUY — Fresh and Local, a grocery store, is hosting a monthly dinner called WOÉZÕ, which offers a three course meal of Togolese fare. The next dinner is on February 13 and tickets cost $55. [DNAinfo]

  Little Park Brunch

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