Go!Go! Curry Opens Location No. 2, Little Muenster Now Offering ‘Toastabag’ Delivers

Everywhere: Starting Friday, all Fairway Market locations in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut will offer customers a chance to donate money or a case of water to Midwest tornado victims at checkout. Fairway will match the donations up to $25,000, and the campaign runs through March 18. [Grub Street]
Eat at 37 participating Japanese restaurants in Manhattan between now and March 11 as part of Dineout for Japan, and a portion of the proceeds will help support the Japan Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami relief. [Edible Manhattan]
Kips Bay: Make the most of one of the last "R" months before the dry spell with March Oyster Mania at Millesime in the Carlton Hotel. Weekdays from 5:30–8 p.m., oysters are $1 at the bar, and beer, wine, and cocktails are Reduced. [Grub Street]

Lower East Side: Grilled cheese newcomer Little Muenster unveils its delivery service, fueled by Toastabags — individual baggies that fit inside the toaster and stop you from getting a soggy sammie. [Grub Street]
Midtown: Are you a Don Draper impersonator? A Mad Men fan? Just want an excuse to smoke inside? The Carnegie Club is hosting a Mad Men viewing party March 25 at 8 p.m. where you can smoke cigars and sip Don Drapers — gin and vermouth shaken with some pineapple juice and strained into a martini glass. Tailored sixties attire optional. [Grub Street]
Tribeca: Today thru Saturday, a plate of six hamentashen cookies at Kutsher's Tribeca is $8 for Purim. Flavors include apricot, chocolate raspberry, pistachio-fig, and Nutella. [Grub Street]
Washington Square: To celebrate the opening of its second location, Go!Go!Curry! will offer its single-size curry for 55 cents on March 15 for up to 555 customers. From March 16 to 31, any single size curry will be $5. [Grub Street]
West Village: If you need incentive to imbibe, Pizza Roma's new daily pizzAperitivo is for you — get a free slice of their Roman pie with every glass of beer or wine purchased from 5 to 8 p.m. in the bar area. [Grub Street]

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