Neighborhood Watch

Junoon Debuts Lunch Menu in Flatiron; Clinton St. Baking Co. Celebrates Pancake Month on Lower East Side

Boerum Hill: Mile End is now serving mishpachah, a multi-person chicken soup with matzo balls, chicken-liver kreplach, egg noodles, and soup nuts. [Grub Street]

East Village: Octavia’s Porch will offer delivery service from Delancey Street to 8th Street, and Bowery to Avenue D. [EV Grieve]

Jimmy’s No. 43 will host “Oyster Shuck and Talk” on February 10, featuring local Mystic oysters, wine, beer, and a shucking demonstration by oyster grower Karen Rivara. Tickets include one drink and a selection of oysters. [Grub Street]

Flatiron: Starting tomorrow, Junoon will serve lunch daily from noon to 3 p.m. The restaurant will offer a $25, three-course prix-fixe menu, in addition to an à la carte menu, featuring piri piri shrimp, cornish hen anar, and lamb chops masaledar. [Grub Street]

Lower East Side: A new hookah bar, Temple of Ankh, opens at 58 Clinton Street. [Bowery Boogie]

February is pancake month at Clinton St. Baking Co. Starting today, the restaurant will offer blackberry pancakes with lemon curd, crunchy banana, chocolate chunk, Japanese pumpkin, and more. [Fork in the Road/VV]

Midtown East: Zarela will close on February 13. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

Midtown West: On February 7 and 14, the Winter Film Festival at Bryant Park will feature sliders, fries, cocktails, and additional menu items from Celsius. [Grub Street]

West Village: 10 Downing is offering a $49, four-course tasting menu nightly, allowing diners to sample any dishes offered on the regular menu. [Grub Street]

Junoon Debuts Lunch Menu in Flatiron; Clinton St. Baking Co. Celebrates Pancake