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Chada Thai Lands a Liquor License; Dom DeMarco's Deal

CHINATOWNChada Thai & Wine landed its liquor license. Now the southern Thai restaurant from Bank Atcharawan can serve up beers and wines to go along with the sometimes spicy food. On Friday and Saturday, the restaurant has Paul Goerg Champagne for $5 a glass to celebrate the milestone. [EaterWire]

TIVOLI VILLAGE — Want to pick up one of the first copies of Eating Las Vegas: The 50 Essential Restaurants? Authors and competing food critics John Curtas, Max Jacobson and Al Mancini plan to sign copies at Pop-Up Shop this Saturday from 10 a.m. to noon. [EaterWire]

FORUM SHOPS AT CAESARSP.J. Clarke's now has a three-course steak dinner for two with a bottle of wine for $99. The special includes a choice of New England clam chowder with a classic Caesars salad for the first course. Then guests share either a broiled aged Delmonico steak and twin lobster tails or a colossal sliced 40-ounce porterhouse steak. Dessert is either a New York-style cheesecake with warm berry compote or PJ's custom bread pudding with bourbon crème anglaise. Wine selections include a bottle of Bandol Rouge Domaine la Suffrene 2007 Provence, Cabernet Sauvignon Conn Creek 2009 Vintage Napa, Chateauneuf du Pape Roger Perrin 2009 Rhone, Zinfandel Handley Cellars 2009 California, Sauvignon Blanc Rain 2010 Marlborough or Malbec La Posta "Cocina Blend" 2009 Argentina. [EaterWire]

WESTSIDEDom DeMarco's Pizzeria & Bar is celebrating its one-year anniversary with a month of giving. This December, a Giving Menu includes specials with a portion of the proceeds benefit ing a quartet of charities. Now through Dec. 8, Dom DeMarco's has a special menu to benefit the U.S. Veterans Initiative for $20 that includes either golden calamari or Gram's meatball lollipops, Mediterranean or Caesars salad and Gram's spaghetti and meatballs or a Brooklyn chicken sandwich. [EaterWire]
Dom DeMarco's [Photo: Chelsea McManus]