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Tiny’s Giant Sandwich Shop Shuttered Again; Breukelen Bier Merchants Celebrates Grand Opening

Boerum Hill: Boston Beer Company founder Jim Koch will lead a free "speed coaching" event for their Sam Adams Brewing the American Dream initiative, providing advice and hands-on training to food and beverage small-business owners in the city on June 13 at the Commons Brooklyn (388 Atlantic Avenue) from 6 to 8:30 p.m. Business owners can register here. [Grub Street]
Chelsea: Coppelia finally follows through on their promise of being a 24-hour diner and is officially open 'round the clock. [Fork in the Road/VV]
Lower East Side: Tiny's Giant Sandwich Shop is shuttered again, but a note on the door tells us it's just for a "spring cleaning," and they'll be "back in business shortly." [Bowery Boogie]
Midtown: LivingSocial will kick off their New York launch of Instant Deals — a nifty new feature that pulls up a list of deals within a half-mile of your location — with $1 lunch offers from over 100 midtown restaurants on June 8. [Grub Street]
To promote their new cookbook, The Japanese Grill, Tadashi Ono of Matsuri and food author Harris Salat will disscuss — you guessed it — Japanese grilling, and demonstrate a variety of marinades at the Japan Society, June 16 at 6:30 p.m, followed by a tasting and book signing. Tickets are $20 ($16 for members, seniors or students). [Grub Street]
Today is DB Bistro Moderne (and its beloved $37 short-rib-and-black-truffle DB burger)'s tenth anniversary. To celebrate, there's a $200-plus six-course meal for 60 tonight at the restaurant. [WSJ]
Red Hook: Midtown Lunch calls Red Hook Lobster Pound Truck's Shrimp Roll Hook Up the best deal, as you get the "AWESOME" shrimp roll plus a Maine Root soda and Cape Cod chips for $11, a full $5 less than their $16 lobster roll. [Midtown Lunch]
Rouge et Blanc has added several ros├ęs by the glass ($10 to $14) to its wine list. [Grub Street]
Williamsburg: Craft-beer shop Breukelen Bier Merchants will throw a grand opening on Saturday with live jazz, barbecue, and a 10 percent discount on all bottles and merchandise. [Grub Street]
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