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Bar Sardine Launches Brunch; L'Apicio Hosts Tex-Mex Pop-Up

Plus, a Rockaway-themed lobster pop-up and Corner Social's three year anniversary brunch.

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WEST VILLAGE — Gabe Stulman's Bar Sardine is launching brunch this weekend. Expect dishes like smoked white fish toast with slow cooked egg and dill, root vegetable hash, and the burger from Fedora. Check out the full menu below. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE — L'Apicio's Gabe Thompson is hosting a Tex-Mex pop-up brunch tomorrow. Expect staples of Tex-Mex cuisine including breakfast tacos, frito pie, and plenty of queso. There's even tres leches cake for dessert. [Eaterwire]

CHELSEA — On April 29 the Incubator Project at Haven's Kitchen will host Nini Nguyen, a New Orleans native of Vietnamese heritage, who will prepare a dinner that reflects both cultures. Dishes include com chay, or crispy toasted rice with scallion oil, dried pork "floss" and Chinese sausage; beef pho bo with mushrooms, slow braised short ribs, fresh Vietnamese herbs; and for dessert, a mash up of che choui and bananas foster with coconut tapioca cake, peanut crumble, caramelized banana, coconut sorbet, and foam. Tickets are $95. [Eaterwire]

GARMENT DISTRICT — The Refinery Hotel is hosting a lobster pop-up called The Bungalow Bar, after the famous Rockaway hang, from April 6 to May 1. The menu will be Rockaway-themed, including a lobster grilled cheese, and cocktails like spiked frozen hot chocolate and frozen pink lemonade. The pop-up will run from noon to 7:00 p.m. [Eaterwire]

HARLEM — Corner Social is celebrating three years of business this Saturday with a special brunch. From noon to 3 p.m. chef Banks White will be turning out granola parfait, scrambled eggs with bacon, and entrees like fried chicken and biscuits, and Creole shrimp and grits. The meal costs $25 including two courses and two drinks. [Eaterwire]


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