UPCOMING EVENTS
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December 18 - December 24, 2014

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UPCOMING EVENTS

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Feast of the Seven Fishes at Corkbuzz

dm-image-ph Missing Nonna's carb- and clam-loaded spread this holiday season? Spend Christmas Eve at Corkbuzz Wine Studio in Union Square for chef AJ Schaller's take on the classic Southern Italian feast paired with master sommelier Laura Maniec's wine picks, if you're not up for taking on the task in your own kitchen. Start the family style dinner with croquetas de bacalao, then dive into cured tuna salad with blood orange and fennel, crab linguine in shellfish brodo and four more dishes to round out the traditional meal. To finish: luscious tiramisu with a Marsala Zabaglione. 12/24, 7 to 9 p.m.; 13 E. 13th St.; $125 a person

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Opening of the Week

Parm Upper West Side

Are the Torrisi boys eyeing an uptown takeover? It remains to be seen, but they've opened an outpost of Parm along Columbus Avenue, and it's bigger and badder than the original (i.e., think outside the hero). Scoop up one of the new pastas—care for pink-sauced penne fra diavolo ($18) or a twirl of linguine vongole ($17)?—or tear into one of the meaty entrées, like bass Marsala ($28) or steak agrodolce topped with fried onions ($35). And get excited: The made-to-order warm mozz is back. 235 Columbus Ave.; 212-776-4921


AROUND TOWN
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Food trends for 2015: shareable mignardises, heritage cilantro, acai troughs, Iowa, toast flights, large-format doggy bags, under-ripe yams.
@GregMorabito, Eater engagement editor

Gear

Prep for bottle popping at your New Year's Eve bash with this stylish brass opener from Nalata Nalata, a new housewares boutique on the Lower East Side. Shop owners Angélique Chmielewski and Stevenson Aung love the frame design from the Toyama-based metalworkers at Futagami. Stop by the shop to explore their thoughtful selections, from hand-hammered copperware the duo picked up during a recent trip to Japan to sleek objects designed in-house. 2 Extra Pl.

Food Crush

Burmese food is, sadly, a rarity in New York, which is why we're so excited to find the Burma Noodle Bar pop-up every Monday night at The Drink. Chef Eugene Saw, the American-born son of Burmese immigrants, turns out hot bowls of ohno khao swe (coconut curry chicken noodle soup), samusas (masala potato triangles) and fried potato croquettes stuffed with curried beef and onions from a foldout table in the nautically themed bar. Check here for more information. 228 Manhattan Ave., Brooklyn; 718-782-8463

Get Out

Brooklyn, represent! Join the Five Boroughs Food Talk for its latest neighborhood-based chat: Brooklyn as a Brand (buy tickets here). Brooklyn Flea (and Berg'n) founder Eric Demby, First Prize Pies's Allison Kave, former borough president Marty Markowitz and Edible Brooklyn editor-in-chief Rachel Wharton form a lively panel on how Kings County earned its home-brewing and pickling reputation. Every Day with Rachael Ray's Gabriella Gershenson will moderate. 1/6, 7:30 p.m.; 2537 Broadway; $15 a person

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