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By Michael Tedder Who thought a Fancy Feast-inspired restaurant was a good idea? Fancy Feast, it’s not just for cats anymore (hooray?). The Nestle (NESAF) -owned cat food brand has announced that it will be opening a limited pop-up restaurant in New York City from August 11-12. Gatto Bianco, which means “white cat,” is inspired by Fancy Feast’s new “Medleys” cat food line, which feature dishes such as “Beef Ragú Recipe With Tomatoes & Pasta in a Savory Sauce,” for the extra finicky cat in your life. Gatto Bianco will be located between Manhattan’s Far West Village and the Meatpacking District,…

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