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Anyone who's read my blog posts (or even just talked to me in passing), knows I have a major thing for the tiny NYC chainlet, Grand Sichuan. I've been faithfully going to their Hell's Kitchen location—and then their Chelsea spot when the Hell's Kitchen one closed—once a week for as long as I can remember. As New York Magazine just reported, their newest spot, in Manhattan's West Village, will open at the end of the month. For those who can't wait until then (guilty), the Leroy Street spot will be serving a (free!) tasting of their menu starting tomorrow through Thursday at 7PM.