Red Hook Vendors Face Mystery Opponents; Pies-N-Thighs Scores New Location

The Red Hook ball field vendors are in a bidding war with two anonymous groups for control of the weekend food market. [Brooklyn Paper]

Dylan Lauren, founder and CEO of Dylan’s Candy Shop, used to have a diet consisting “almost entirely of candy, frozen yogurt and vegetables,” but these days she’s paying hundreds of dollars per hour for personal training sessions that keep her slim. [WSJ]

You only have until the end of the month to snag yourself an invite to the secret makeshift nightclub operating in a boutique on Sullivan Street. [Villager]

Pies-N-Thighs has found a new location at South 4th and Driggs in Williamsburg, in a space that is sure to be much bigger than the last. [Eater]

Mia Dona is BYOB for the next two weeks, after which time they’ll receive their liquor license. Translation: You can have an amazing meal for under 40 bucks. [Feed/TONY]

Japanese pig-foot palace Hakata Tonton has been mysteriously shuttered, but looks to be back open tomorrow — a relief to pig-foot lovers throughout the tri-state area. [Gothamist]