Barbuto’s 10th Anniversary Dinner; Littleneck’s Spinoff

• On February 11, in honor of Barbuto’s tenth anniversary, Jonathan Waxman will cook up the legendary restaurant’s signature dishes alongside six of his former chefs, including Il Buco Alimentari e Vineria’s Justin Smillie. The family-style meal is $100 per person and reservations can be made starting tomorrow by calling 212-924-9700. [Grub Street]

• The team behind popular seafood joint Littleneck is planning a spinoff in Greenpoint that’s slated to open in late February. Dubbed Littleneck Outpost, the restaurant will be an all-day café with coffee, sandwiches, and plenty of seafood. [Eater NY]

• Starting tomorrow, those looking to avoid a sad desk lunch can pop over to Khe-Yo’s adjacent to-go spot, Khe-Yosk, for the new soft-shell shrimp báhn mì. It’s made with curry-dusted shrimp, pickled jalapeño, and a side of sriracha mayo for $11. For an extra $4, customers can get their sandwich with a shot of the housemade whisky or a beer. [Grub Street]

• Coney Island Hospital’s a Taste of Sheepshead Bay is back and will take place on January 23 on the waterfront at Knights of Columbus, with doors opening at 7 p.m. The event will feature a range of eateries, including Uzbeki, Turkish, and Latin restaurants, as well as a fully stocked cash bar and live music. Tickets can be purchased online for $30, or at the door for $35; more information can be found here. [Grub Street]

Il Mulino has opened yet another outpost, this time in South Beach. The 2,000-square-foot Miami restaurant’s menu features dishes similar to that of its New York sister. [Grub Street]

Barbuto’s 10th Anniversary Dinner; Littleneck’s Spinoff