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LES Bites: Dirty French Compared to the 6 Train, Moscow 57 Celebrates, Galli Launches Brunch

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Dirty French.
Dirty French.

Today’s Lower east Side restaurant roundup:

  • The Daily News calls Dirty French “a club scene not a dining scene,” where “thumping music and drunken revelers” overwhelm “solid French fusion.” The hot restaurant in the Ludlow Hotel, reviewer Stan Sagner writes, is “undermined by an out-of-control dining room that is closer to the 6 train at rush hour than a relaxing place to dine.”
  • Moscow 57 is celebrating its one-year anniversary tomorrow night. Reserve a spot right here.
  • Speaking of anniversaries, the rapidly expanding Meatball Shop empire is celebrating five years next Monday night, Feb. 9. Beginning at 6 p.m., chef Daniel Holzman will be back in the kitchen at 84 Stanton St. (MBS’s original location). For just $5, you get one entree and one side! More details here.
  • Galli, the Italian restaurant that opened at 98 Rivington St. (Ludlow Street) last fall, is debuting brunch service this coming weekend. Among the featured items is something the chef is calling “breakfast bucatini,” a pasta dish with cream cheese, bacon, parmigiano-reggiano and topped with a fried egg. There’s also a “hangover platter,” consisting of rice balls, mozzarella chips and chicken parmesan sliders with a side of pomodoro. Brunch will be served 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
  • Eater’s Robert Sietsema pays a visit to the Lower East Side version of Pies & Thighs, concluding that the fried chicken is just as good – maybe better – than he remembered at the original Williamsburg location.
  • Lost Weekend brings its “surfer vibe and reggae love” to the Leadbelly tonight, 9-11 p.m. Drink specials and dj’s galore at 14 Orchard St.
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