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No. 7 Returns to the Ace with Broccoli Tacos; Boozy Snow Cones at Branch Ofc.

Plus, the backyard at Threes Brewing opens and a Vietnamese feast at Pig & Khao.

Courtesy of Tyler Kord

NOMAD — No. 7 at the Ace Hotel is reopening on Tuesday with some new menu items like a fried chicken sandwich, slow roasted pork shoulder sandwich, and No.7's legendary double decker broccoli tacos because, in owner Tyler Kord's words, "I think this neighborhood deserves some broccoli tacos!" To celebrate the opening there will be $1 broccoli tacos, $5 zucchini parms, and a special Benton's Ham sub. Check out the new menu below. [EaterWire]

CROWN HEIGHTS — Newcomer Branch Ofc. is serving boozy snow cones in flavors like the Hierba Buena (mezcal, sweet lime, tabasco, The Bohdi Brah (rum and pineapple), and the sloelita (Sipsmith Sloe Gin and cherry. [BK Mag]

GOWANUS — Threes Brewing opened its big backyard recently. There's food from The Farm on Adderley and house brews. [EaterWire]

LOWER EAST SIDE — Former Top Cheftestapants Leah Cohen and Hung Huynh are cooking a five course Vietnamese feast at Pig & Khao on June 9. Tickets are $65. [EaterWire]