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An All-Star Duck Dinner in DC; Identita Tix in NYC

WASHINGTON, DC— Chef Bryan Voltaggio will play host to fellow DC-area chefs Erik Bruner-Yang, Spike Gjerde, Liam LaCivita, and more in a multi-course collaborative dinner celebrating author Hank Shaw's new book, Duck, Duck, Goose. The event, scheduled for November 7 at Voltaggio's restaurant RANGE, will offer five courses for $100 (or $145 with wine pairings). More information here. [EaterWire]

NEW YORK CITY— Registration is still open for this weekend's NYC installment of Identità Golose, slated to take over Mario Balati's Italian emporium Eataly from October 4 to 6. In addition to two "all-star chefs dinners" (hosted by Batali and Lidia Bastianich and featuring collaborations between NYC and Italian chefs), the weekend features six cooking seminars hosted by the likes of Massimo Bottura, Daniel Boulud, and Cesare Battisti. [EaterWire]

NEW YORK CITY— The arbitrary ratings compliers at Zagat have unleashed the results of its 2014 New York City Restaurants Survey. Spoiler alert: Le Bernardin comes in at #1 on the list of Top Food and "Most Popular." [EaterWire]

Range, Washington, DC. [Photo: Lopez/Eater DC]

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