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Score a Private Dinner With Danny Meyer’s Chefs; Martha Stewart Signs Her New Book Celebrating American Eats

Five Leaves is now serving pitchers of rum punch. And the frozen-drink machine is kicking on this weekend for the summer, with frozen drinks available for brunch and night service. [Grub Street]

Shuttered Mex spot Gonzalez & Gonzalez will reopen in a smaller space. Ole. [Eater NY]

•The Food Truck Bazaar at the Hell's Kitchen Flea Market kicks off this Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. and continues one Sunday per month through October. This month's rotation: Kelvin Natural Slush, Kimchi Taco Truck, Taim Mobile, Red Hook Lobster Truck, and Frites 'n' Meats. Retweet a Flea Market blurb for a chance to win a free tasting. [NY Street Food]

•Get a $1 coffee with any morning purchase at Pie Face, or an espresso and any pastry for $5. [Midtown Lunch]

•Some of the prizes at the live and silent auction for City Harvest's annual gala April 24 would make even the most staunch charity scrooge make it rain: a private pastry for twenty from Ron Ben-Israel and Gail Simmons; a getaway for ten in Cartegena de Indias; a five-course meal for ten, prepared by five of Danny Meyer's chefs. Tickets start at $750 and go toward fighting hunger. [Grub Street]

Porchetta has been approved to sell beer and wine at its tiny East Village shop. [Eater NY]

• The space at the back of the National Jewelry Exchange has cranked into use again after Diamond Dairy shuttered in 2009. "Secret" restaurant Dairy Lunch is fresh off its grand opening, serving up sandwiches, blinis and sushi — all of the glatt kosher variety. [Lost NYC]

• The chef behind the new sushi joint replacing Cotan — the former sushi joint on First Avenue at St. Marks — hopes his new venture will be more iconic. [Local East Village/NYT]

• The queen of classic Americana, Martha Stewart, will sign copies of her newest book, Martha's American Food ($40), on April 24 at the Columbus Circle Williams-Sonoma. The 400-plus-page tome features coast-to-coast classics like chicken and andouille gumbo, Boston cream pie and southwestern corn chowder, organized geographically. [Grub Street]

• Cozy Boerum Hill bakery Bien Cuit made it into Bon Appetit's top ten baguettes in the U.S. (the only bakery in the city to do so). [Bon Appetit]

Edible Brooklyn and Edible Manhattan celebrate their recent Good Dairy issues with an event by the same name, showcasing the dairy masters featured in the issues. Bites from their dairies themselves, milky desserts, and locally produced local cocktails, beer, and wine will be on hand at the tasty event at OpenHouse Gallery on April 25. Tickets are $25. [Grub Street]

• No one was hurt in the fire this morning at Les Enfants Terribles on Canal, but water damage from the rescue efforts will likely prevent reopening any time soon. [Lo-Down NY]

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