Pommes Frites Wants to Serve Wine; Frites ‘N’ Meats Truck Debuts in Tribeca

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East Village: How can Pommes Frites improve on the fry-dive model Alain Ducasse called “an incredible destination?” The spot applies for a wine license next month. [Zagat]


Giano starts a Sunday-night risotto series this Sunday with one of two rice options and glass of wine for $19. [Grub Street]


Greenpoint: The owners of Glasslands Gallery are opening a Southern-slanted spot called Manhattan Inn at 632 Manhattan Avenue. The grand-opening party is November 4 at 8 p.m. [Greenpointers]


Tribeca: A new truck called Frites ’N’ Meats — no relation to Kibbles n’ Bits — slings wagyu burgers served on Balthazar potato buns with a selection of Murray’s cheeses. Check its Twitter for exact locations. [Urban Daddy]

Duane Park’s intro to opera event Theatre d’Orleans on November 4 features singers belting arias for two to three minutes, with breaks in between, and a $33 creole dinner. [Grub Street]


Union Square: Rosa Mexicano brings back their Guac-to-Go party packs tonight and through the World Series. Give at least two hours advance notice for orders of guac, salsas, fresh chips, and tortillas for parties of 5 ($29.50), 10 ($57.50), 15 ($82.50), and 20 ($99.50). [Rosa Mexicano]