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Nicoletta Starts Delivery Tonight; Bollywood Fridays at Chinese Mirch

• Peruvian eatery Raymi adds a happy hour, weekdays from 5 to 7 p.m. A few cocktails (like the pisco sour and watermelon chilcano) are $8, wine is $6, and beer is $4. Plus small bites like Peruvian doughnuts and shrimp skewers are $3 or two for $5. [Grub Street]

• Food Network forces unite on July 11 at Neely's Barbecue Parlor's one-year-anniversary bash. Chef Wade Burch (of Chopped) will cook up a "Southern soiree," and tickets go for $95 to $250 with VIP options like a cocktail reception with Gina and Pat Neely, a dessert extravaganza, and hot sauce swag. [Grub Street]

• Uncle Mike's appears to have shuttered in Tribeca after underage drinking violations. An application for a tavern liquor license is now on the July 11 CB1 agenda, too, for Delboys NYC LLC. [Eater NY]

• Michael White's EV pizzeria Nicoletta starts delivery tonight. Yes, you read that right. If you live between First and Third avenues from 9th to 11th streets, you can sit on your couch and get pies brought to your door (from 5 to midnight). [Eater NY]

• Tuesdays at the Vault at Pfaff's are now "Spirited Tuesdays," where guests can attend tastings of top-shelf brands starting at 7 p.m. Guests sip on their spirits served neat, and upcoming events will feature Ten Cane Rum (July 10) and Nolet's Gin (July 17). Best of all? It's free. Reserve at 212-253-5421. [Grub Street]

Nom Wah Tea Parlor — the 92-year-old Chinatown dim sum restaurant — is the inspiration for a new movie to be released next year, Nom Wah The Movie. The film follows the lives of customers who are brought together by the dumplings, and it's being filmed in Japanese, Cantonese, and Mandarin. [Eater NY]

•Pasta wizard Shea Gallante has some tempting specials this weekend at Ciano. Today is garganelli with duck sausage, green onions, and Tuscan kale. Tomorrow is tagliatelle with dungeness crab, calabria pepper, saffron, and fennel. [Grub Street]

•Fridays at Chinese Mirch this summer are Bollywood blowouts with a red carpet for patrons, a raffle for movie tickets, and prizes for the best Bollywood costume. A $25 prix fixe menu includes appetizer, main course, dessert, and unlimited concession stand snacks like masala popcorn, steamed Tibetan dumplings, and shaved ice with fruit syrup. [Grub Street]

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