Neighborhood Watch

Dario Cecchini Cooks at Del Posto in Chelsea; Double-Smoked Salmon Returns to Russ and Daughters in LES

Carroll Gardens: Brooklyn Brainery, at 515 Court Street, is hosting a kimchee party from 2 to 7 p.m. on Sunday, where guests can learn how to make the traditional Korean dish. All ingredients are provided and guests can register at [Brooklyn Based]

Chelsea: Dario Cecchini, the well-known butcher of Panzano, will create a five-course meal at Del Posto on Monday. Priced at $200 a head, the menu includes beef tartare, a baked jumbo meatball, and Florentine roast beef. [Fork in the Road/VV]

East Village: Vandaag will close from January 31 to February 6 for a mid-winter recess in Copenhagen. Chef Phillip Kirschen-Clark intends to bring back more exciting ingredients and recipes influenced by Scandinavian culture. [Grub Street]

Hell’s Kitchen: Today’s Groupon features $10 worth of food from Sullivan St. Bakery for $5. [Midtown Lunch]

Lower East Side: Landbrot, a high-end German-bread purveyor, plans to open its first of two Manhattan locations at 185 Orchard Street within the next three months. [Bowery Boogie]

Double-smoked salmon is back in the house at Russ and Daughters, which claims to be “the exclusive importer of this double-smoked salmon from a small multi-generational artisanal smokehouse on the Bornholm coast of Denmark.” [Lox Populi]

West Village: Receive a complimentary dessert when you order two courses at Gusto Ristorante every Wednesday. [Grub Street]

Williamsburg: Brooklyn Winery, at 213 North 8th Street, will host its first trivia night from 8 to 10 p.m. tonight. The winning team gets a $40 bar tab. [Grub Street]

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