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Baz Bagel Hosts Bingo Nights; Schnack Makes a One-Night Comeback

Plus lamb and Bordeaux at DBGB, and a 19th century New Orleans feast at Chapter One.

Baz Bagel
Baz Bagel
Daniel Krieger

NOLITA – Baz Bagel recently started hosting bingo nights. Dates are announced a week in advance, and the next one is taking place on Wednesday the 14 at 7:30 p.m. Reservations are required. The restaurant will also host private bingo parties for groups of 25 to 35 people. [EaterWire]

PROSPECT HEIGHTS – Schnack, the well-loved and now-shuttered Red Hook burger joint, is returning in the form of a one-night-only dinner at Spirited. Schnack's former co-owner, Harry Hawk, will serve a five-course meal that includes meatloaf, bacon and slaw, and beer shakes, for $50 per person ($40 if you buy within the next two days). Tickets are available online. [EaterWire]

WEST VILLAGE – Chef Warren Baird is serving a 19th century New Orleans-themed dinner at Chapter One on January 18 at 7 p.m. The dinner is $39 per person, and includes oyster loaf, family-style gumbo with chicken, beef, and andoille, and a sazerac to drink, among other things. Reservations are required, and can be made by calling 212-842-9146. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE – DBGB is hosting a lamb and Bordeaux dinner on Tuesday, January 13. The meal is $95 per person, and includes a shaved vegetable salad, lamb amatriciana ravioli, roasted lamb, and dessert, each with a wine pairing. Buy tickets online. [EaterWire]

Baz Bagel and Restaurant

181 Grand St, New York, NY 10013 (212) 335-0609 Visit Website

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