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Eleven Madison Park’s Daniel Humm Gets in the Bagel Game

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Plus, a hit SF Filipino-Mexican food truck heads to NYC — and more intel

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Daniel Humm’s Black Seed bagel
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EMP’s Daniel Humm made a bagel

Black Seed’s monthly bagel partnership series continues, this time with Eleven Madison Park and NoMad chef Daniel Humm. For all of June, Humm’s NoMad bagel — a celery seed bagel with black truffle cream cheese, smoked sturgeon, pickled celery root, pickled shallots, and thinly sliced celery — is available at all Black Seed locations. At $16.50 a sandwich, this lower-brow taste of Humm’s food doesn’t come cheap.

A taste of a California food truck in Brooklyn

Hit San Francisco-based Filipino food truck Señor Sisig is popping up in NYC for the first time. On June 9, Señor Sisig is having a ticketed event in Urban Outfitter’s Space Ninety 8 in Brooklyn. Tickets are $50 and include a cocktail as well as three courses of Filipino fusion dishes: a pork sisig taco, a pork sisig burrito, and South American butter cookies with purple yam jam and powdered sugar. Purchase tickets here.

Club Cumming gets to be a club again

After battling it out with the State Liquor Authority, which shut down the live music programming at actor Alan Cumming’s East Village cabaret bar for not having the proper permits, Club Cumming has emerged victorious and will resume its live music and parties tonight. Cumming announced the news on Instagram, writing that the dealings with the SLA “has made us all realize just how passionately people feel about our little bar and the inclusive, non-judgmental merriment we try to create.” The bar makes its grand return tonight with a party featuring DJ Sammy Jo.

Mr. Bing shutters in the East Village, while poke is still on the rise

After initially announcing that it would be closing for renovations, Chinese street crepe shop Mr. Bing has permanently closed in the East Village. On the other hand, national poke chain Pokéworks, which currently has three locations in Manhattan, is growing its NYC presence, starting with its first Brooklyn shop, which will open at 169 Bedford Ave. in Williamsburg this fall.

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505 E 6th St, New York, NY 10009

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