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April Bloomfield Roasts a Pig; Danny Meyer Gets Into the Juice Game

• Eleven Madison Park is the latest restaurant to call on the dining public at large to help Governor, which was damaged during Hurricane Sandy, to rebuild. Tickets for the seven-course meal start at $250; details are here. [Eater NY]

• In a continued celebration of the release of her cookbook A Girl and Her Pig, April Bloomfield will roast a pig and serve fixings at Madava Farms in Dutchess County on Saturday, November 17, with seatings at 1:30 and 3:30 p.m. Tickets are $65, or $90 with a signed copy of the book. [Grub Street]

• Vinegar Hill's Hillside is serving lunch: Sandwiches include pork loin with chow chow and braised tongue with red onion and Bibb lettuce. The small menu is served daily from 8 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. [Grub Street]

Toby's Estate Coffee is making its first foray outta King's County with a pop-up at the Union Square Holiday Market featuring drip and espresso drinks, plus baked goods and brewing equipment. The market is open daily from Friday, November 16, until Christmas Eve. [Grub Street]

• Also making the leap across the East River is Boerum Hill bakery Bien Cuit: The bakery's second location will open next month at 35 Christopher Street. [NYT]

• The New York Palace's Gilt will shut its doors on December 15; it will be replaced by a new Michel Richard bistro. [NYT]

• Work off that Shake Shack: Danny Meyer's Union Square Hospitality Group has partnered with Equinox gyms to launch juice bars called Creative Juice at the West 76th Street and West 50th Street gyms. The bars, open to members and nonmembers alike, will feature cold-pressed offerings like the "Zest for Life" (with beets, orange pulp and zest, fennel, tarragon), and a three-day juice cleanse. [Grub Street]

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