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Melt Café Gives Away Gelato; Dokebi Does Korean Tacos

Bay Ridge: Robicelli’s Market chose food blogger Sarah Zorn’s “Dagwood of imported prosciutto, roasted eggplant, roasted grape tomatoes, Brie, and a balsamic reduction atop a pressed ciabatta” as the winner of its sandwich contest last weekend. The Dag is now on the menu for $8.99. [Brooklyn Paper]
Chelsea: Brooklyn’s Kelso brewery is hosting a beer cruise next Wednesday that leaves from Chelsea Piers at 6:30 p.m. [Brooklyn Based]
East Village: Dirt Candy celebrates its first anniversary on October 29, with entrees for $10.29 and apps for $5.30 (the time of their first seating). Every table gets free Red Pepper Velvet Cake through October 31. [Grub Street]
Harlem: Family-owned supermarket chain Best Yet Market will open an outlet on Frederick Douglass Boulevard at 118th Street. [Zinc Plate Press Blog]

Midtown East: Next Thursday from 11 a.m. till 7 p.m., Melt Café & Gelato Bar will give away hundreds of thousands of cups of free gelato while Guinness Book of World Records judges look on. [Grub Street]
West Village: Magnolia Bakery is selling individual pumpkin cheesecakes this fall. [Serious Eats]
Williamsburg: Dokebi has added Korean tacos to the menu. [Eater]

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