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Clinton Street Baking Co. Celebrates Pancake Month; Brooklyn Brewery Hosts Farm & Beer Expo

Battery Park City: Battery Place Market has opened up a second location in the Goldman Sachs building. The new space offers the same diverse, locally sourced, organic menu its older sibling is known for. [Grub Street]
Chelsea: The Chelsea Market hosted the 2012 NYChiliFest yesterday and was proud to name La Palapa the winner of their Golden Chili Mug, or for chili laypersons, the best chili in NYC. [Grub Street]
Financial District: The Street Vendor Project is asking businesses and consumers alike to join together at City Hall in protest of excessive fines against vendors on Thursday, February 16. The demonstration is in reaction to fines levied for the most minor of infractions and calls for changes to City Council protocol. [New York Street Food]

Lower East Side: Attention aspiring cookbook writers, SeeFood Media is hosting a one-day seminar geared to help writers, chefs, and bloggers create their dream cookbooks. On March 27, the studio will invite four prominent cookbook veterans to share their experiences and teach attendees how to break into the increasingly popular industry. Info and registration here. [Grub Street]
Great news if you're a fan of Clinton Street Baking Co.'s flapjacks: February is Pancake Month. The decadent breakfast desserts will be served all day long, with nine new pancake dishes added to the menu. [SENY]
Upper East Side: Tired of battling all the colds, stuffy noses, and sore throats that go around during these winter months? Juice Generation wants to help. The juice bar chain is set to open its eighth location on February 22 and will be giving away it’s two most popular immunity-boosting mixes all day long on Friday, February 24. You needn’t be sick to qualify. [Grub Street]
West Village: That new menu at Bobo we told you about last week debuted today. [Grub Street]
Williamsburg: Brooklyn Brewery is holding its first-ever Farm + Beer Expo on Tuesday, in conjunction with Jimmy's No. 43. The three-hour event pairs beer from over ten independent breweries with local food from multiple vendors. Plus, all the craft brews and delicious foods contribute to a good cause, with proceeds benefiting John Gorzynski of Gorzynski Ornery Farm in the Catskills, whose property was ravaged by Hurricane Irene last year. Tickets here. [Grub Street]

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