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Ample Hills Returns to Brooklyn Bridge Park; Punch Brunch at The Peacock

Plus a benefit for the American Cancer Society, and an appearance by April Bloomfield.

The Peacock
The Peacock

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — Tomorrow, Ample Hills Creamery will be opening its seasonal kiosk just in time for the warm weather at Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park. Find it only on weekends for five weeks and then seven days a week starting Memorial weekend.

MIDTOWN— The American Cancer Society's 10th annual Taste of Hope takes place at Metropolitan West on April 30. A long list of restaurants, including The Cecil, Runner & Stone, and The Gander will be offering bites of food, and chef Dale Talde is this year's Chef Honoree. Tickets are $175, or $250 for early entry. There will also be a silent auction.

MIDTOWN — The Peacock has brought back brunch in the form of Endless Punch Brunch with drinks from Raines Law Room. Enjoy the $45 per person prix fixe menu every Saturday and Sunday starting tomorrow, April 18.

PROSPECT HEIGHTS — April Bloomfield will be showcasing her new cookbook, A Girl and Her Greens, at Berg'n in Brooklyn as a part of the Book Cook series on April 20. Purchase tickets for the event here. Tickets come with a copy of her book, an appetizer cooked by Bloomfield herself, and a beer paired with the dish.


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The Peacock

24 E 39th St, New York, NY 10016 (646) 837-6776 Visit Website

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