Free Nice Lunch in Midtown; You Can Dance If You Want to at Sway

East Village: Song 7.2 took only five days to open in the American Grill space. Other restaurants should take a cue from them: Just change “signage in the window, implant a new menu and a new chef, and doneski.” [Eater] A Japanese restaruant near 13th Street and Avenue A is collecting signatures for a liquor license and considering taking the name F-U. That should be a fun community-board meeting. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
Flushing: At Indian markets, including New Subzi Mandi at 43-53 Main Street, you can find masala-flavored Cheetos called Kurkure, which may include a recipe “created by the Fab Four, a ‘trendy Punjabi family.’” [Gothamist]
Midtown East: The Volstead, which is usually viewed as a bar, is offering Midtown Lunch readers free lunch every Tuesday in May to promote its new menu of sandwiches (including a lobster roll), salads, and sliders. You can even reserve a spot to eat for free. [Midtown Lunch]
Soho: Tiny dance club Sway is one of the few bars with a legit cabaret license. [Down by the Hipster]
Union Square: The former Steak Frites space has been transformed into Café Society, which serves pricey “fare ranging from sushi to spareribs.” [Zagat Buzz]