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Po’s New Intermezzo Menu; a Bonsai-Themed Dinner at Brooklyn Botanic Garden

East Village: Newcomer El Camion just made brunch much sweeter. Starting this weekend, you’ll get a free cocktail with your Mexican meal. [Zagat Buzz]

Vegan ice-cream destination Stogo and Argo Tea partner up with Harboring Hearts Housing to help heart-transplant patients who can’t afford housing. This month, Stogo will be selling a chocolate-raspberry hemp-ice-cream cupcake and donating a percentage of sales to the organization. Buy tickets to Harboring Hearts Housing’s annual Winter Cocktail fund-raiser here. [Grub Street]

El Cobre is starting a happy hour every day from 6 to 8 p.m. with $5 glasses of rum punch and $5 cuban tapas every day. Upstairs, enjoy half-price punch bowls all night long on Sundays at Cienfuegos. [Grub Street]

Greenpoint: Milk and Roses on 1110 Manhattan Avenue just got its wine and beer license. [Grub Street]

Greenwich Village: Po has bridged the gap between lunch and dinner with a new intermezzo menu. Comprised mostly of antipasto, the menu’s most intriguing item is their variety of bruschetta. The menu will be available starting this Saturday, February 12. [Grub Street]

Midtown West: MoMA’s Café 2 will be hosting Eat, Drink, MoMA, an event inspired by the exhibition “Counter Space: Design and the Modern Kitchen.” The evening includes a gallery talk, cocktail reception, and three-course dinner. Ticketing information here. [Grub Street]

Prospect Heights: This Friday, February 11, Brooklyn Botanic Garden is kicking off their bonsai exhibition with a five-course bonsai-themed dinner conceived by Momo Sushi Shack of 43 Bogart Street. The dinner, which features micro vegetables carved into tiny works of art, includes sake pairings, a Japanese folk dance performance, and a D.J. spinning old-school Japanese music. Purchase tickets here. [Daily Candy]

Po’s New Intermezzo Menu; a Bonsai-Themed Dinner at Brooklyn Botanic