Anella’s New Menus; Secret Café in Clinton Hill


Boerum Hill: Mile End closed early today because it couldn’t keep up with Brooklyn’s demand for meat. The deli will try again tomorrow starting at 8 a.m. for brekkie, and noon for the beef. [Eater NY]
Clinton Hill: Behind metal gates and papered windows, a new café called NeroDoro soft-opened at 395 Classon Avenue, serving coffee and pastries early, and piadinas for lunch. [Brownstowner]
East Village: Ko serves a tortellini in an oxtail broth spiked with Amaro, perfect to sip on while preparing the recipe. [Moment/NYT]

Greenpoint: Chef Joseph Ogrodnek takes on the kitchen at Anella starting Wednesday. Preview his new menu here, along with the $45 Valentine’s Day menu. [Grub Street]
Tribeca: Try Japanese ingredients like surimi, wasabi, and saury pickles in French cuisine at Bouley during a series of special seafood lunches served February 8 to February 13. [Grub Street]
Upper West Side: Carmine’s celebrates its twentieth anniversary with a special menu of $20 entrées (linguine with clam sauce, spaghetti and meatballs, chicken cutlets) served Monday through Wednesday during lunch and dinner. [Grub Street]
West Village: On March 9, the brothers Voltaggio host a $165 dinner at the James Beard House that begins with foie-gras jelly doughnuts. [JBH]