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Huertas Launches Large Format Feasts; Momofuku Ko Partners With Reserve for Charity

Plus, a cheese plate made and served in Crown Heights.

Huertas
Huertas
Daniel Krieger

EAST VILLAGE – Huertas is launching large-format dinners next Wednesday, January 14. For now, chef Jonah Miller will serve an "Asturian Cider House" meal, with things like roasted chicken, house made sausages, and tortilla espanola. The meal costs $150 and can feed up to six people, and reservations must be made online. On February 9, the restaurant will start serving the same meals on Sundays as well. [EaterWire]

RESY WIRE – Dining "concierge" app Reserve is launching a charitable partnership with Momofuku Ko. Every Monday, a reservation for two will go up for grabs at noon on reserve. Diners can then "bid" for the resy by offering to pay a given percentage more for the meal. The spot will go to the highest bidder, and the extra money will be donated to Edible Schoolyard NYC. [EaterWire]

CROWN HEIGHTSBerg'n is now serving a cheese plate with cheese from Crown Finish Caves, the nearby cheese aging facility recently installed in an old subterranean layering tunnel. A plate with all three cheeses is $14 ($7 for one or $11 for two), and the cheesemakers will also be at Berg'n for the next few weekends offering samples. [EaterWire]

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