Restaurant news and openings, week of Nov. 13

The Brew Inn is ready for its closeup. Credit: Courtesy of The Brew Inn
The Brew Inn is ready for its closeup.
Credit: Courtesy of The Brew Inn

Dig in at the Inn

“Top Chef” alums Jeffrey McInnis & Janine Booth are celebrating the opening of The Brew Inn, a new Greenpoint gastropub at 924 Manhattan Ave., with a $65 nine-course pop-up dinner these next two Fridays and Saturdays. Seatings at 7 and 9:15 p.m. are available; for tickets visit www.rootnbone.com.

Restaurant openings

Bea
403 W. 43rd St., 212-602-1910
Asian-tinged tapas and speciality cocktails can be found the former Le Madeleine space.

Louie & Chan
303 Broome St., 212-837-2816
This LES hybrid Italian/Chinese restaurant also boasts a music lounge.

Dimes
143 Division St., 212-240-9410
Healthy breakfast and lunch options — acai bowl, anyone? — are now available in this tiny nook; dinner should be rolling out next month.

WiBar
LaGuardia Airport, Delta Terminal C
Stuck at LaGuardia? De-stress with a glass of vino — more than 100 are on the menu — and some small plates.

Davio’s Northern Italian Steakhouse
451 Lexington Ave., 212-661-4810
The Boston mainstay, offering regional Italian with an emphasis on grilled items, opens today across from Grand Central.

Eat Like a Man

Over at Metro, November is synonymous with Movember, the annual fundraising effort for men’s cancers that finds dudes across the world growing serious ’staches. Hit NIOS restaurant (130 W. 46th St., 212-484-2999) this Tuesday for its second annual Eat Like a Man competition, which pits a manly dish from NIOS chef Jarett Brodie against one from D.C.’s Daniel Bortnick. Vote for your fave, and stay for the five-course dinner. Seats are $100, with $20 going to the Movember cause.


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