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Queens Beer Week; Mile End's New Brooklyn Breakfast

Plus, an evening of female sake makers at EN Japanese Brasserie.

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ASTORIA — The Queens Kickshaw team is hosting a special dinner for the second annual Queens Beer Week from May 8-17. Kickshaw chef Kenji Hurlburg is offering a four course dinner with dishes like white bean and artichoke soup, and stinging nettles ravioli, that are paired with beers and ciders. Tickets are $65. [EaterWire]

WEST VILLAGE — EN Japanese Brasserie is hosting an evening celebrating female sake makers and oyster farmers on May 20. Tickets are $45 and include half a dozen oysters and three sake tastings. To reserve a spot, call the restaurant at 212-647-9196 x 1. [EaterWire]

BOERUM HILL — Mile End is launching breakfast at its original location this week. Black Seed bagels are topped with fried eggs, bacon, cheddar and rye, or schmear and smoked salmon. There's also a smoked meat hash with brisket, sunny side up eggs, potatoes, and onion. [EaterWire]