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Amorino’s Decadent Hot Chocolates; Where to Celebrate Australia Day, Mate

Chelsea: Co. will be teaming up with Brooklyn's Sixpoint Brewery to celebrate the brewery's seventh anniversary. The dynamic culinary duo will be serving up five pizzas and five brews at Co. on February 11, noon to 4 p.m., to benefit Edible Schoolyard NYC. Tickets can be purchased online for $50. [Grub Street]
Sunday Supper is coming back this year to Chelsea Market on January 25 beginning at 6 p.m. A range of well-known chefs will lend their talent to support the James Beard Foundation — and serve up a meal of many splendors, of course. Tickets are $240 and can be purchased online. [Grub Street]
West Village: It's cold outside, but it's never too chilly for gelato — particularly when that gelato is from Amorino and sandwiched between two slices of brioche. Pair it with one of the shop's luscious hot chocolates and you'll be ready to face the worst of winter. [Grub Street]
Betel Bar & Kitchen will be firing up the barbie to celebrate Australia Day tomorrow beginning at 5 p.m. We can't wait for an excuse to impress our friends with our Down Under accents. [Grub Street]

Nolita: Michelin-starred restaurant Public will feature a special three-course prix fixe menu tomorrow night in honor of Australia Day. Yellowtail crudo, Australian lamb sirloin, and Lamington cake, all for $75? Indeed, it will be a good day, mate. [Grub Street]
Lower East Side: Australia Day will also be celebrated tomorrow at Bondi Road with a lengthy brunch from noon to 5 p.m., followed by $5 drinks and a special dinner menu all evening long. Aussies need not be restricted to the LES, though; sister establishments the Sunburnt Cow and the Sunburnt Calf will also be participating. [Grub Street]
Midtown: Looking for an easy (and delicious) Super Bowl snack? Nuchas is launching delivery of its handheld eatables just in time for the big game, for addresses between 34 and 54 Streets and from Sixth to Eighth Avenue. Place you order at 347-688-8440 by February 5 at noon to have your food in time for kickoff. [Grub Street]
The National Bar and Dining Rooms will be accepting Super Bowl takeout orders by phone at 212-715-2400 until 24 hours before the game. Wings and ribs to go? That feels like a win to us. [Grub Street]

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