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THIS WEEK ON BYT FOOD:
Rosa Mexicano locations in NY and DC got into the abundant autumn harvest decorative gourd season thing bandwagon.
A new pub opened where patrons can donate to charity just by drinking up.
Tokyo in the City convinces us that sushi from a truck is not as bad an idea as it might sound – and they have a pretty adorbs anthropomorphic onigiri painted on the side.
Halloween in New York might be a bit washed-out – but there is still the Día de los Muertos.
OTHER FOOD NEWS & EVENT BITES:
Some people apparently decided to use their hurricane day constructively by cooking or whatever… but most of you probably just drank all the cheap wine in the house.
The Pug launches Locals Night Wednesday nights from now on, having someone from the local breweries, distilleries, and food producers come by to chat about their product.
The upper patio of the Poste courtyard has been transformed into a wintery cocktail lounge, complete with seasonal libations, fondue, fire pits and blankets. Lead bartender Jason Wiles has created a selection of seasonal sips that are available exclusively on the patio. The official launch of the cour de l’hiver will be held on November 3rd from 4pm to 8pm in the courtyard, during which guests can lounge with blankets and heaters and sample $5 specially-priced cocktails from Wiles and complimentary bites from the courtyard menu by Chef Marron with live music from the Joe Chiocca band.
OMG TEENY TINY KIWIS. (Available at Union Market.)
They’re just buying up everything these days: Disney looking to buy the Food Network
As noted in Rise & Shine last week, Denny’s is launching Hobbit-themed menu items
America’s pizza obsession: By the numbers – U.S. pizza vendors sell the equivalent of 10 pies a year to every single man, woman, and child in the country. Are we really that addicted?
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