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Trilby Opens in Cooper Square Hotel Tomorrow; Lloyd’s Carrot Cake Expands to East Harlem

East Harlem: Bronx-based Lloyd’s Carrot Cake will be opening an outpost in East Harlem. The new shop will be on Lexington Avenue between 99th and 100th Streets. [East Harlem Nyc]
East Village: NYU Students will mourn the death of Chinese-delivery hot spot Yummy House. [Eater NY via EV Grieve]
The Trilby (said to be replacing Faustina in the Cooper Square Hotel tomorrow) will serve moules frites and mini short rib sandwiches. [UrbanDaddy]
Gramercy: Organic Wine Journal editor-in-chief Adam Morganstern and ‘inoteca co-owner Joe Denton will host a tasting of organic Northern Italian Italian wines at ‘inoteca liquori bar on Tuesday, March 1. Each wine will be paired with a dish served up by ‘inoteca chef Eric Kleinman. Ticketing info here. [Grub Street]
Midtown: GMHC’s annual fund-raiser Savor will be held on Monday, March 7 at Gotham Hall. To raise awareness for the AIDS service organization’s nutrition program, GMHC will host a four-course meal designed by esteemed chefs like Union Square CafĂ©’s Carmen Quagliata and Savoy’s Peter Hoffman. Purchase tickets here. [Grub Street]
Upper West Side: Smoke is celebrating Brazil’s Carnival season every Wednesday in March with Brazilian grub and live music. We hear Caipirinhas are a good way to get through hump day. [Grub Street]
West Village: If you’re only familiar with sake from plunging it into Sapporo, head to En Japanese Brasserie on March 2. The restaurant is hosting a sake tasting with the Sake Export Association that features seasonal unpasteurized sake called Nama. You’ll even get to nibble on tasty bites from EN chef Abe Hiroki. For tickets, call 212-647-9196. [Grub Street]
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