Nom Wah Tea Parlor Gets Beer and Wine; Two New Restaurants on Eldridge Street

Chelsea:Picholine chef Terrance Brennan is teaming up with Artisanal House, a private event venue that houses changing art exhibitions and installation pieces. [Zagat Buzz]
Chinatown: Nom Wah Tea Parlor patrons can now drink beer and wine with their gluten-free dim sum. [Bowery Boogie]
Lower East Side: Eldridge Street will be home to two new restaurants. Local chef Zoe Feigenbaum will be opening a foodie-friendly neighborhood restaurant at 245 Eldridge Street that will keep noise-wary residents happy; meanwhile, Japanese home cooking is in the works at 231 Eldridge Street. [Bowery Boogie]
Tribeca: Vermont-based America's Flatbread will be bringing their artisanal pizzas to 205 Hudson Street later this year. The new eatery will offer twenty beers on tap and pizzas made from locally sourced ingredients. [DNA Info]
Upper West Side: The Tangled Vine Wine Bar & Kitchen is hosting an Italian wine dinner on Monday June 13 at 7:30 p.m. Diners are invited to sip wines from Northern and Southern Italy that will be paired with a four-course menu. For French-wine enthusiasts, the next dinner in the series will take place on June 27. The cost for both dinners is $59 per person. Call for reservations. [Grub Street]
West Village: Tremont opens tonight at 51 Bank Street. Chef-partner Tim Bando will serve New American dishes with a Mediterranean influence, including crispy sweetbreads, poached lobster with truffled corn salad, and zucchini crudo. [Grub Street]
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