Wednesday, April 11, 2007

East Village Heats Things Up, Tipo Brazil!

Our dear friends at Fast Metropolis have been out and about and providing extra credit work on whats hot and what's not:

The somewhat new (4 months) East Village hot spot, Carne Vale, is launching an outside garden along with a Spring / Summer menu. Brought to you from the owner of Le Souk, Marcus Jabob, brings a Brazilian menu to the East Village. The newly launched a la carte menu features South American appetizers such as San Jacques (seared diver sea scallops with sweet plantain coconut cream) and Costelas de Pacu (regulars call it Fish Ribs). Samba, bossa nova and sexy world beats will reign as the music of choice for the DJ's who are stationed in the outside shack. On the weekends, the Carne Vale plans to celebrate the summer with Brazilian barbeques and live samba dancers! Also, a delicious cocktail menu is being introduced featuring caipirinas, flavored rums and fruit filled sangria - and you can take them outside. Sounds like paradise in the East Village, something we're tucking under our hat to ride the summer on.

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