MANHATTAN — A Greenwich Village chef is planning a meal with dishes from around the world to help New Yorkers recover from this weekend.
In honor of the May 23 release of the raucous comedy "The Hangover: Part III," the modern American West 10th Street restaurant Louro will serve a seven-course dinner of hangover foods from around the world on Monday night.
The $55-per-person meal will include Thai red curry phat khi mao, Portuguese roast pork with piri sauce and a fried egg, and Mexican beef tripe menudo soup. For dessert, "world class" bacon doughnuts with maple glaze will be served.
Louro chef David Santos said Friday morning he's noticed three commonalities among post-party foods.
"It's some carb, usually a fatty protein like bacon, and across the world you see a lot of spice, to help you sweat it out," he said.
Santos invited Mike Tyson, who appears in the "Hangover" films, to the dinner via Twitter, but he hadn't heard from the former boxer.
Reservations for the evening, which is part of a series of special "supper club" dinners at Louro held every Monday, can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 212-206-0606. The restaurant is located at 142 W. 10th St.