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Eats on the Beat
What's going on in the food world in NYC

With so much activity going on in New York City, it can be hard to narrow down the best things that are going on at any given time. Food lovers flock to this city for its wide array of cuisines and we don't blame them. Here are some of the things going on in the culinary world that you definitely don't want to miss!

Chili Cook Off: iAdventure.com is inviting you to tickle your taste buds with a fun chili cook off at Greenwich Village Country Club on January 20 from 12-3pm and 5-8pm. There will be chili galore - from mild to super spicy - for you to try, as well as plenty of seasonal craft brews to wash it down. Tickets range from $33-$43 and can be purchased here

China Latina Brunch: The Latin American meets Asian restaurant China Latina is launching brunch this Saturday every weekend from 12-4pm. Plenty of bold flavored dishes will don the menu, as well as the option to enjoy unlimited mimosas or bellinis for just $19.95 with the purchase of select entrees. 

Rogue & Canon: A new bar and kitchen opens on January 21, which will serve classic dishes and cocktails brought to you by Johnny Swet, Larry Poston and Yanni Marmarou. We can't wait to check out this new downtown spot!

The Windsor Happy Hour: Newly launched location of The Windsor on Park Avenue is now offering happy hour Mon-Fri from 5-8pm. Cocktails are half price and drafts are just $5.  The new bar is also inviting you to watch the NFL playoffs with them on their large flat screen TVs and personal televisions in each booth. Sounds like the perfect spot to yell "Touchdown!"

Slow Wine: Winos all over the city should come out to celebrate Slow Food Italy's updated edition of Slow Wine, an English guide to Italian wines. On January 28, from 6:30-9pm, attendees will have the opportunity to try over 100 Slow Wine approved wines from 15 regions of Italy and will also receive a complimentarycopy of the Slow Wine Guide. The event will be held at Three-Sixty° and tickets can be purchased here for $50. 

Raymi Restaurant Week: Richard Sandoval's restaurant Raymi will be offering their complete dinner menu during restaurant week, from January 14th- February 8. The menu offers the choice of any three dishes for $38. Talk about a deal!