Seersucker’s Fried-Chicken Fund-raiser; Leske’s Bakery to Open in Park Slope

Seersucker’s Second Annual Fried Chicken fund-raiser is scheduled for February 25, and it will benefit P.S. 58 Kid’s Vegetable Garden. For $50 a head, diners can get an iceberg wedge salad, Nashville-style fried chicken, and rice pudding with pear cremeux. Help build a garden while stuffing your face. [Grub Street]

• Park Slope will get a new bakery on Tuesday, February 12. Leske’s Bakery will open its new outpost in the morning with a celebratory cookie-breaking. Yes, everyone in attendance will get a free black-and-red cookie to break — plus tea and hot chocolate. The free goods keep rolling in, as Leske’s will give free coffee to the early-rising customers every day from 5 a.m. to 7 a.m. [Grub Street]

Chobani Soho is introducing two seasonal flavors just in time for Valentine’s Day. Raspberry and chocolate, which is very love-appropriate, and smoked salmon and dill, which is less so. The sweeter option comes with pecans and drizzled honey, and the fishier option is a parfait topped with olive oil, lemon juice, and bagel chips. How New York. [Grub Street]

Mezetto will start a new happy hour special on Monday, February 11. The East Village Mediterranean spot will offer $3 steamed falafel buns and will rotate in special off-menu buns. All beers will be half-price. [Grub Street]

Juice Press introduced two new juices this week: Paris and Miracle Mylk. Paris is a mixture of pineapple, pear, carrot, orange, lemon, ginger, and beet. Miracle Mylk’s main ingredients are hemp and sesame mylk, cucumber, chlorophyll, and sea salt. If you’re cleansing, any dietary change-ups must sound exciting. [Grub Street]

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