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Willow Launches Brunch This Weekend; Low Country Boil at Birds & Bubbles

Plus, monthly wine tasting menus at Telepan.

Daniel Krieger

CLINTON HILL and GOWANUS — The backyard at The Pines is opening for the season tomorrow. And, on Saturday, the team is launching brunch at their new tiny spot Willow. The menu offers several interesting brunch options like buckwheat funnel cake, with strained yogurt, pecans, and strawberry syrup; kimchi fried rice with boar belly, egg, and cilantro; and a lamb belly panini with spicy pickles, ramp aioli, and radish slaw. Check out the full menu below. [EaterWire]

LOWER EAST SIDE — Sarah Simmons is celebrating the arrival of summer with a low country boil on Memorial Day on the patio (weather permitting) at Birds & Bubbles. Tickets are $95 and include a boil of shrimp, sausage, and corn on the cob. There's also slaw and bread to go with it. [EaterWire]

UPPER WEST SIDE — Telepan is introducing a monthly wine tasting menu. The first one, which is available now through June 11, focuses on wines from Argentina. Dinner starts with fava and fennel, which are served, raw, fermented, marinated, and pickled and paired with Torrontes Reserve 'Don David' Michel Torrino. For the main course, there's lamb with artichokes, white beans, and dandelion, served with Cabernet Sauvignon 'Vino Cobos' Felino. The four course dinner is $135. [EaterWire]

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