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Terroir Kicks Off the Fifth Annual Summer of Riesling; Food Tours in the Outer Boroughs

Macao Trading Co. now offers delivery and pick-up for dinner from 5 to 11 p.m. Minimum order is $20. Find them on Seamless or call 212-925-7486. [Grub Street]

• Queens-based food writer Joe DiStefano renames Jackson Heights "Himalayan Heights" for his tour of the community's best Tibetan and Nepalese finds, this Sunday. [Grub Street]

• Michelin-starred Seasonal Restaurant & Weinbar in midtown announces its new menu with a launch party June 21 and 15 percent off the five- or seven-course tasting menu. Highlights include extra-summery cucumber gazpacho, veal sweetbreads with watermelon, and summer fluke with corn, cherry, and parsley. Good old à la carte options are still available, too. [Grub Street]

• The Finger on the Pulse Summer BBQ Blow Out Festival on June 30 at City Winery translates to the following: three hours and eight plates of food from David Burke, Big Gay Ice Cream, Maison Premiere, Ty-Lor Boring, and more; plus, live music from Rewards, Ramesh, and a Pasternak (Lemonade) D.J. set. Tickets are $45. [Grub Street]

• Jeff Orlick is guiding a food-lover's tour of Jackson Heights on Saturday the 23, with international eats from all fifteen corners of the globe. Which, as it happens, is eleven more corners than we ever knew existed, but right on. [Grub Street]

• Park Slope's very own Madison Lee Mangino (of Cousin John’s Cafe & Bakery) earned top honors at the British Sugarcraft Guild's frosting art contest. [Brooklyn Paper]

• Paul Grieco et al over at Terroir are starting off the fifth annual Summer of Riesling with a bang, hosting four Riesling-centric dinners at Hearth as well as at Terroir's East Village, Murray Hill, and Tribeca locations. [Grub Street]

Monument Lane is hosting weekly Thursday night shrimp boils starting June 21. [Grub Street]

Molyvos does brunch! Finally! And with a $24 prix fixe, two-course menu, we're into it. [Grub Street]

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