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Yemenite Pop-Up Uptown; Txikito Celebrates Cider Season

Plus, Spring specials at Harbs and Sunday suppers at Acme.

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UPPER WEST SIDE — Israeli food celebrity Gil Hovav and food writer Adeena Sussman are teaming up with EatWith to host a Yemenite pop-up at Vino Levantino. Expect spicy eggplant salad, kubaneh (traditional bread with baked eggs), and a Yemenite fish chowder or beef soup, and Israeli salad. There will also be ginger-cardamom coffee and dessert. The pop-up runs from March 18-21 and dinner costs $63. Tickets and more information are here. [EaterWire]

CHELSEA — Alex Raij's Txikito is hosting a Basque cider-house dinner. Expect family-style food, traditional music, and art organized by Emily Lobsenz, who created a documentary called Song of the Basques. An optional pintxos happy hour before the dinner will offer snacks from several guest chefs including Fany Gerson. Tickets to the March 29 dinner are $151, and $177 to tack on the additional pintxos hour. [EaterWire]

NOHO — Mads Refslund and Joe Yardley are hosting pot roast Sunday dinners. The $32 two-course meal includes cauliflower soup and a braised pork shank that comes with an endive salad and roasted root vegetable puree. [EaterWire]

CHELSEA — Japanese bakery Harbs is celebrating spring with a special sakura (or, cherry blossom) cake made with cherry-blossom mousse and Dainagon red beans, and topped with macerated cherry blossom flowers. Other spring sweets at the bakery include strawberry mille-feuille and mocha cake. [EaterWire]

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