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Franny's Now Takes Reservations; Huertas Launches Pintxo Takeovers

Plus, a south Indian food festival and hamantaschen from Breads Bakery.

Daniel Krieger

PARK SLOPE — The perennially packed Franny's is now taking reservations through every channel possible: By phone at 718-230-0221 on its website, and on OpenTable. The restaurant will still hold a large portion of tables for walk-ins. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE — Huertas is launching a series called Pintxo Takeovers. On the first Monday of each month, a visiting chef/restaurant will offer six pintxos. To get things started on March 2, chefs from Nom Wah Tea Parlour and Fung Tu will prepare pork siu mai, shrimp wrapped in tofu skin, and more. [EaterWire]

UPPER WEST SIDE — Gaurav Anand, the chef and owner of north Indian restaurant Awadh, will celebrate the food of Hyderabad, a region in southern India, with a special menu available February 24 to March 1. Dishes include baby eggplant with coconut, peanuts, sesame seeds, and tamarind; green chilies cooked in a spiced cream and tangy curry; and a spicy lamb soup with almonds, onions, and green chilies. [EaterWire]

NATIONAL — Breads Bakery is now selling its hamantaschen via FoodyDirect. Flavors include poppy, sour apple, dark chocolate, vanilla and chocolate chip, marzipan, and date with walnuts. [EaterWire]

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