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<p>"New generation" pizzeria <a href="">Numero 28</a> is continuing their expansion across the city, this time entering the East Village with their grand opening tonight. Numero 28 Pizzeria Napoletana will offer the same thin crust pizza "by the inch" that made their Carmine Street and <a href="">new SoHo</a> locations famous. However, this location will offer the city's first known "pizza rodízio," an unlimited tasting of everything on the menu, plus a glass of house wine, for only $20 (Mon-Wed dinner only). Or you could always spend that $20 on 10 slices from the greasy pizzeria down the street, but somehow we think the cash would be better spent on anything coming out of this sweet brick oven.<em>176 2nd Ave, 212-777-1555</em></p>

<p>Winter always inspires cravings for big bowls of warm things. Stew, hot chocolate, and broth covered noodles are all on that list, and M Noodle Shop is here to provide the latter. Owned by May Liu of neighborhood favorite <a href="">M Shanghai</a> (and recently closed Malta), M Noodle Shop specializes in street vendor inspired food, all at street vendor prices. A sesame pancake with egg appetizer runs for $4, and a 6-piece dumpling plate is just $6. But the stars here are the noodle soups, which range from $7-8. You could go traditional (shredded pork, chicken) or adventurous (drumstick, pork belly, turnip), but either way it'll be filling (check out the full menu <a href="">here</a>.) And if you don't feel like heading out into the cold, they deliver until midnight. Also, Liu tells us a new location of M Shanghai will be opening this spring in the old Malta space, <a href="">with its sweet back garden</a>, so keep an eye out.<em>549 Metropolitan Ave, 718-384-8008</em></p>

<p>Neighbor Trader Joe's is going to have a run for its money. Cobble Hill's new Brooklyn Wine Exchange has opened next door, boasting a collection of over 1000 wines, the city's largest collection of New York State wines, and an emphasis on family-owned organic and biodynamic wineries. The decor reflects their green tastes in wine, with repurposed wood from Brooklyn teardowns and other recycled materials incorporated into the design. If the thought of 1000 wines without a "3 buck Chuck" option sounds daunting, never fear. BWE also has a 40 seat Learning Center, where wine tastings and seminars will be held throughout the year. Individual seminars are $40 a session, but sign up as a Level One member and you can attend 24 a year for $400. By that point, you'd know so much you could start your own biodynamic winery.<em>138 Court St, Brooklyn; 718-855-WINE</em></p>

<p>The Guggenheim's old cafeteria has gotten a very modern makeover. Though Frank Lloyd Wright left a few sketches as to what he envisioned the space to look like, instead they went with architect Andre Kikoski's contemporary designs, making the Wright Restaurant, opening tomorrow, look like another work of art within the museum. The modern American menu is created by Rodolfo Contreras, with an emphasis on seasonal, local and sustainable ingredients. Signature dishes include Maine Lobster with chanterelle mushrooms and a clementine sauce, and slow roasted suckling pig with quince and violet mustard. It looks pretty cool; they just need HAL to open the pod bay doors and let the museum-goers in.<em>Guggenheim Museum [1071 5th Ave], 212-423-3500</em></p>