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Yellowtail Gets the Prosciutto Treatment and More at Kappo Sono’s Sushi Counter

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A new service from Charlie Palmer’s AperiBar, in the Luma Hotel Times Square on West 41st Street, will now deliver a picnic spread for two to Bryant Park. Expect salad, antipasti like meatballs, arancini and artichokes, and a pizza. It’s $41, plus tax and delivery fee, utensils included. Beverages, like soft drinks, are extra. Allow about 30 minutes from the time the order is placed; the delivery person, arriving at the the park fountain, will have an AperiBar flag.

Bryant Park, 40th Street and Avenue of the Americas, aperibar.com.

The Bushwick, Brooklyn, pizzeria has opened the second location of its R Slice Shop in a pedestrian plaza in the Penn District, near Penn Station. It’s on the ground floor. Upstairs later this month will be a location of Roberta’s, serving pastas, seafood, steaks and pizza in a space that includes a rooftop deck. In another Roberta’s development, the group’s Montauk outpost is not reopening this season.

Penn 1 East (33rd Street and Seventh Avenue), robertaspizza.com.

For Friday and Saturday dinners through September, Jean-Georges Vongerichten’s restaurant at Topping Rose House in Bridgehampton, N.Y., is looking to Latin America and importing dishes from his ABC Cocina in Manhattan. The new menu includes raw seafood preparations, tacos and a quesadilla, crispy black sea bass, arroz con pollo and tropical paletas for dining indoors and out.

Topping Rose House, 1 Bridgehampton-Sag Harbor Turnpike (Montauk Highway), Bridgehampton, N.Y., 631-808-2000, toppingrosehouse.com.

The hotspot that had been Blu Mar is now under the management of KyKy Conille for a Hamptons version of Il Pellicano, his restaurant, and Bijoux, his lounge, in Little Italy. Rocco DiSpirito will be the chef. Mr. Conille says that the restaurant and Mr. DiSpirito, who is a partner, will remain in place, like the local corn, well beyond the summer season. The menu leads with seafood, some of which suggests Little Italy. Dimitri Hyacinthe has redone the rooms with more elegance.

136 Main Street (Jagger Lane), Southampton, N.Y., 631-488-4570, pellicanosouthampton.com.

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