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Porchlight's Summer Sundays 'Til Sundown; Queens International Night Market Update

Plus, a Jewish food and street fair returns and Shalom Japan's beer dinner.

Daniel Krieger

WEST CHELSEA — Starting this weekend, Porchlight will host a special called Summer Sundays 'til Sundown from noon until sunset with cocktails and a $25 all-you-can-eat Louisiana-style crawfish boil. Five percent of the proceeds will benefit Friends of the High Line. [EaterWire]

CORONA — 30,000 people showed up at the first few weeks of the Queens International Night Market. But, to keep things going, the team says they need some help, so they're back on Kickstarter, hoping to raise $50,000. [Gothamist]

MIDTOWN — The Taste of Jewish Culture street fair is returning June 21 with Mile End, Court Street Grocers, Black Seed Bagels, Shelsky's, Taim, the Gefilteria, Breads Bakery, and more. There will also be an egg cream competition, a small cookbook store, and a live klezmer band. The event takes place all day (10 a.m. to 6 p.m.) at 46th and 6th Avenue. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURG — Shalom Japan is hosting a five-course Japanese beer dinner on June 17. Expect dishes like chicken and foie gras gyoza with ramp kraut with a glass of Yokohama Brewery Kanagawa (a Dusseldorf style alt ale). The dinner, including booze, is $75. Reservations are here. [EaterWire]

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