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Khe-Yosk Opens for Lunch; Danny Bowien and Elizabeth Falkner Headline Prosciutto Party

Khe-Yo opened a walk-up counter, Khe-Yosk, today. Chef Phet Schwader will offer a rotation of bánh mí sandwiches that will feature ingredients like Berkshire pork belly and Jurgielewicz duck for $11. Khe-Yosk will be open Monday through Friday, 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., and is located adjacent to Khe-Yo’s entrance at 157 Duane Street. [Grub Street]

• For the first time, New York’s Nobu Next Door is offering brunch, with signature Nobu dishes like king crab amazu and rock-shrimp tempura and new dishes like Kurobuta bacon katsu and Washu pastrami ranchero. Brunch will be available on weekends from 11:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. [Grub Street]

• On Wednesday, September 18, at 7:30 p.m., EN will host a Whole Fish Feast dinner. Chef Abe Hiroki will cook the feast in honor of EN’s new large-format dinner series. For $95, enjoy Abe Hiroki’s creation and wash it down with bottomless Sapporo. To reserve, call 212-647-9196. [Grub Street]

• In celebration of the Consorzio del Prosciutto di Parma’s 50th anniversary on September 26, chefs including Elizabeth Falkner, Danny Bowien, and Charlie Bird’s Ryan Hardy will serve dishes featuring prosciutto that Thursday at the Wythe Hotel. A tattoo artist will be at the event, ready to tattoo anyone willing to get a Parma Crown tattoo in exchange for free ham. Tickets are $75. [Grub Street]

• This Friday, September 13, Iberian Beer United and Rowan Imports present the “Culebre” at Plan B Tapas. The event will include a seven-course sit-down pairing menu. [Grub Street]

• Through September 30, City Crab is offering all-you-can-eat blue crabs for $39.95. The crabs come with Old Bay fries and slaw and $3 draft beers. [Grub Street]

Piora is now offering a six-course tasting menu for $85 per person. The menu includes oysters, market vegetables, scallop-and-black-garlic bucatini, suckling pig, and dessert. For an additional $45, you can get customized wine pairings by sommelier Kyle Ridington. [Grub Street]

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