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The Sunburnt Cow is celebrating Shark Week in a great (white) way: Stop by between August 1-5 to take a bite out of some shark-inspired specials, such as fish tacos, pasta dishes, and drink specials. The Sunburnt Cow, 137 Avenue C, New York, NY 10009, 212-529-0005.
Brooklyn Fare is (finally) about to get its liquor license. Reports claim it should arrive sometime in mid-August, which means a price hike for wine drinkers who will no longer be able to bring their own bottle of vino. Brooklyn Fare, 200 Schermerhorn St., Brooklyn, NY 11201, 718-243-0050.
Zak Pelaccio has finally found something for the space that once housed his Mexican eatery Cabrito: he's importing his popular barbecue/meat mecca, Fatty 'Cue, to the West Village. The Carmine Street restaurant should be open by mid September.
Come one and come all (and come hungry) for Summer Restaurant Week. From July 11-24, participating restaurants will offer a prix-fixe lunch for $24.07 and dinner for $35. Restaurants include Bar Boulud, Lincoln, Maialino, Pier 9 and SD26, among many others. For more info, visit www.nycgo.com/restaurantweek.
Gaby, Cercle Rouge and L'Absinthe are just a few of the restaurants celebrating Bastille Day on July 14. This French national holiday lands on the day of the storming of the Bastille in 1789, which marked the start of the French Revolution. The day commemorates the fall of the monarch and the rise of the modern republic for French citizens. Find more New York restaurants where you can join in the festivities with GAYOT.com's selections for the Best Bastille Day Dining.
Restaurateur George Lang passed away on July 5, 2011, at the age of 86. In the 1960s he worked with Joe Baum and Restaurant Associates on developing dining concepts around the world. He also served as director of The Four Seasons Restaurant, later leaving to form his own consulting firm which counted Marriott and Loews Hotels among its clients. Lang is perhaps best known in the Big Apple for re-opening the historic Café des Artistes in 1976. (The restaurant closed in 2009 and recently re-opened under new ownership as The Leopard at des Artistes.)
Word on the street is that Los Angeles' Umami Burger is coming east. First, though, the chain will hit other California destinations and then, finally, sometime in 2012, New York City.
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