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This bacon, egg and cheese is packed into a dumpling

Try it…

* It’s hard to resist a bacon, egg and cheese after a night of drinking — or after any night. In honor of National Dumpling Day on Sept. 26, the deliciously greasy mess will come wrapped up in a neat little dim sum package at Pinch Chinese (177 Prince St) in Soho. Score the BEC Dumplings ($ 12 for six) all day on Tuesday. After that, they’ll be served at lunch all week long, and then only at brunch after Sept. 29th (weekends 11 a.m. – 3 p.m.). The bacon, egg and cheese delights are pan-fried and stuffed with Niman Ranch bacon, New York cheddar, organic free range scrambled eggs and scallions. They’re served with a swirl of Sriracha.

Score The Concession Stand cone, pictured here, and other ice cream treats for just $  1 on Sunday-only to mark the end of the OddFellows Carnival pop-up. 

Score The Concession Stand cone, pictured here, and other ice cream treats for just $ 1 on Sunday-only to mark the end of the OddFellows Carnival pop-up. 

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Get it while you can…

* We all scream for ice cream, especially when it’s just a buck. To mark the end of the OddFellows Carnival — a pop-up from the ice cream company at Chefs Club Counter in Soho (62 Spring St.) — the spot will be selling its signature cones for just $ 1 all day on Sunday. Choose from concoctions inspired by carnival classics like The Cotton Candy Creamsicle (vanilla and tangerine soft serve cone wrapped in orange cotton candy); The Concession Stand (caramel popcorn soft serve injected with salted caramel and topped with salted caramel popcorn and chocolate pearls); and The Pink Dip (chocolate soft serve dipped in pink chocolate with freeze-dried raspberry and gold dust).

New to the scene…

* How sweet it is. Sweetgreen, famous for its salads and warm bowls loaded with a variety of healthy, seasonal ingredients, is opening a new location on Saturday near Bryant Park (1114 Sixth Ave.) in Midtown. Exclusive to the new spot will be an interactive U-shaped tasting island that allows guests to sample ingredients while waiting in line.

* Starting this weekend, the new location of Little Italy pasta spot and wine bar Aunt Jake’s will begin serving brunch. The Greenwich Village outpost, which opened earlier this month at 47 West 8th St. , now offers brunch every weekend from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. On the menu are highlights like Lemon Ricotta Pancakes ($ 15), served with whipped mascarpone maple and berries; and Tagliatelle Carbonara ($ 16.) The brunch menu is only available in Greenwich Village. Also, starting Tuesday, the new outpost will serve lunch starting at 11 a.m. every weekday. Choose from pastas like Gluten-Free Rigatoni or Fettuccine Nero; starters like All Natural Beef Meatballs; and specialties like Branzino or Lemon Chicken.

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