New to the scene…
Restaurateur Carlos Suarez has opened Rosemary’s (rosemarysnyc.com) in the West Village. Named after his mom, the Greenwich Ave. restaurant serves rustic Italian fare inspired by her hometown of Lucca, Italy. Chef Wade Moises of Eataly and Babbo fame helms the kitchen, churning out fresh pasta and focaccia using produce from Rosemary’s rooftop farm.
Chef Marc Anthony Bynum takes over the kitchen at The Vinatta Project .
Highlights on the “Chopped” champion and Long Island native’s new menu include chipotle BBQ ribs, organic half-roast chicken and herb gnocchi.
Get it while you can…
Le Cirque (lecirque.com) and Circo (circonyc.com) have teamed up with Cirque du Soleil’s “Zarkana” for the show’s New York run. Through Sept. 2, showgoers get 10% off the bill if they dine on their ticket date. Try the two new circus-inspired menu items: Cascade Rouge, a summer cocktail of Stoli Razberi, Lillet Rouge and blood orange puree, and Coupe Montmorency, a caged chocolate dessert with pistachio creme bavaroise, cherry granite and kirsch creme fouetté (both $18).
SoHo’s The Anchor (theanchornyc.com) kicks off summer with nautical cocktails and a Luke’s Lobster pop-up shop. Along with Luke’s popular Maine lobster rolls ($8-$15), vintage coolers filled with summer beers, rum and housemade punches (starting at $75) will be delivered to tables.
The GelOTTO cart is back at Washington Square Park. The mobile offshoot serves up frozen concoctions from Mario Batali’s
Otto Pizzeria (ottopizzeria.com) in flavors such as lemon sorbet, olive oil and banana tartufo copetta ($4-$7).
Tune in for…
Michelle Obama makes a special appearance on the Food Network on Wednesday at 10 p.m. The First Lady, who just released her cookbook “American Grown,” challenges Robert Irvine to renovate the kitchen and dining space at Horton’s Kids, a Washington, D.C. community center that provides afterschool meals, in an episode of “Restaurant Impossible.”
Happening this week…
Ditch the lame Father’s Day gift and bring dad to whisky tasting “Go Blind: Who’s Your Pappy” ($25-$30) at Bottlerocket (bottlerocket.com) on June 14.
Sample six different sips with whisk y experts and see if you and pop can figure out which one is Pappy Van Winkle Family Reserve 15 Year Bourbon .
The Brooklyn Waterfront Beer Festival (bkbeerfest.com) takes place in Williamsburg on June 16. Hosted by the Hand Crafted Tasting Company , the event ($55-135) brings together specialty brewers from around the globe. Don’t miss their seasonal summer beers.
Malaysian Restaurant Week (www.malaysiakitchennyc.com) returns on Monday. From June 18 to 24, Malaysian restaurants across the city, including Cafe Asean , Nyonya , Sentosa and more, will offer three-course meals for $20.12. Other Asian-inspired eateries such as Top Chef Angelo Sosa’s Social Eatz and Zak Palaccio’s Fatty ‘Cue will debut a special Malay menu.
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