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Hecho en Dumbo, the popular Mexican spot on the Bowery, is now offering a $35 weekend brunch special: from 11:30 a.m.-4 p.m. during summer weekends, diners get one entrée and one-hour of bottomless margaritas or micheladas. Hecho en Dumbo, 345 Bowery, New York, NY 10003, 212-937-4245.
BrisketTown, the popular barbecue spot in Williamsburg, now has a liquor license, which means you can wash down all that tender, smoky meat with a tall, cold beer. Cheers! BrisketTown, 359 Bedford St., Brooklyn, NY 11211, 718-701-8909.
Chef Danny Bowien, owner of hit restaurant Mission Chinese Food, is rumored to be opening a new place on the Lower East Side. Word on the street is that it will feature Mexican food and be located in a space on the corner of Orchard and Stanton. Mission Chinese Food, 154 Orchard St., New York, NY 10002, 212-529-8800.
Fatty 'Cue has begun a five-course tasting menu of the restaurant's old and new dishes. The menu will only be available Sunday to Wednesday and costs $49. Fatty 'Cue, 50 Carmine St., New York, NY 10014, 212-929-5050.
The city has finally okayed the restaurant that will be in the pavilion on the northern part of Union Square. The farmers market-driven eatery is being led by 5 Napkin Burger owner Simon Oren. Few details are available at the moment, but the restaurant is expected to open later this year.
Acclaimed sushi spot Sushi Yasuda has asked its customers to stop tipping. Following the custom in Japan, the servers are compensated by the restaurant in their salary for gratuity. Sushi Yasuda, 204 E. 43rd St., New York, NY 10017, 212-972-1001.
The recently closed Flatiron District restaurant Ciano will reopen in August, but with a few changes. For starters, it will be located on the Upper East Side. Secondly, its chef, Shea Gallante, will no longer be involved. The new chef is Tien Huyn.
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