Some things aren't meant to last: the show "Twin Peaks," relationships built on lust, West Village bar Fatty Johnson's. Actually, we like those things just fine. “Fatty Johnson's, although fun, was only meant to be a pop-up for a brief period and then continue to live large in our memory,” says chef-owner Zak Pelaccio. That is, he adds, “if anyone was in good enough shape to remember anything after at a night at Fatty Johnson's.” Replacing it—the space also previously hosted another Pelaccio joint, Cabrito—is something equally rowdy: a second location of Williamsburg's Fatty 'Cue, one that will be “less like a funky joint and more like a comfortable place to relax and consume massive amounts of food and drink,” Pelaccio explains. The menu will also bring more fresh, bright small plates to the table. What that means, if one takes a hint from the chef's prolific Twitter feed, is plenty of kimchi, pickles, preserves and sambals to complement the smoky meats, like deep-fried bacon.