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Service Shuffles: Gaspar, Marla Bakery, 20th Century Cafe, Bar Agricole

The latest in new brunches, lunches, happy hours, and other services around town.

Patricia Chang

Gaspar Brasserie is expanding their reach with two new services: a Saturday lunch, running from 11 am-4 pm and intended for Union Square shoppers, and a three-course Sunday supper, offered in addition to their regular menu on Sunday nights, that's $40 per person (with a $20 wine pairing), and includes dishes like cod brandade, whole roasted chicken, and a chocolate bavarian. [EaterWire]

Over at Marla Bakery, brunch is kicking off this weekend, on Sundays from 10:30 am-2:30 pm. Expect challah French toast, pork belly sandwiches, spiced doughnuts, and more. While the full menu only runs in that time slot, the cafe, with pastries and coffee, is open at 8 am and goes until 5:30 pm. They're also continuing themed Sunday-night suppers. [EaterWire]

20th Century Cafe is introducing "happier hours" beginning this week, from 6-9 pm Wednesday-Friday. Expect special prices on bottles of wine and bar snacks like reuben tacos, borscht, and deviled eggs. [Hoodline]

Bar Agricole is extending their early-evening happy hour into the fall, offering $6 cocktails, $3 Stiegl lager, and $2 sausages. It runs from 5-6 pm Monday-Saturday, and all day on Sunday. Also of note: everyone in the restaurant is dressing up in Wes Anderson-themed outfits for Halloween this year (last year's theme was vintage Nintendo). [EaterWire]

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