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Dimes, Milk Bar, and Roberta's at Frieze Fair; DBGB's Sausage and Beer Bracket

Plus, a The Food Bank for New York City's annual Can Do Awards.


RANDALL'S ISLAND PARK — The Frieze Art Fair's primo food lineup this year includes stalls from Court Street Grocers, Dimes, Frankies Spuntino, Marlow & Sons, Milk Bar, Morgenstern’s Finest Ice Cream, Parlor Coffee, and Roberta’s. There will also be a pop-up restaurant hosted by NeueHouse and helmed by chef Chris Bradley, formerly of Gramercy Tavern. The fair runs from May 14-17. [Eaterwire]

NOLITA — In honor of Monday night's National Championship game, DBGB has a sausage and beer bracket for the restaurant's highest selling hot dogs — it's currently down to four flavors including Thai, Tunisienne, Käsekrainer, and a Beaujolaise-style preparation. The winning sausage and beer will be offered together for $10 during the game, which will be shown on DBGB's 100 inch projector screen in the bar room. [Eaterwire]

FINANCIAL DISTRICT The Food Bank For New York City will host its 13th annual Can Do Awards Dinner at Cipriani on Wall Street on April 21 to help raise awareness and donations. Mario Batali chairs the gala and Tom Colicchio is one of the honorees. Ticket information can be found here. [Eaterwire]

WEST VILLAGE — Starting tomorrow through April 10, Jeffrey's Grocery chef Ryan Aldrich will off an a la carte Passover dinner menu. Dishes include riffs on classics like matzo ball soup with herbes de provence and a lamb shank with peas and their shoots, shoestring potatoes, and salsa verde. Check out the full menu here. [EaterWire]

MIDTOWN — Anglophiles will appreciate The Shakespeare's quiz and curry night, which starts on April 12 and will run every other Sunday. While the style of curry will change from week to week, it will always be served in a big pot, family-style for $48. Quiz sheets cost $5 and there will be prizes. [Eaterwire]