Pigs Not Safe in the East Village; Why Can’t We All Party Like a Studio B Party?

Astoria: Joey and Foodista discover Winegasm. [Joey in Astoria]
Plus, Foodista has some ideas on where to take Mom this Sunday. [Foodista]
East Village: The E.U. will roast a suckling pig every Wednesday through the spring. [Grub Street]
Greenpoint: Why can Studio B throw parties on its rooftop, when the average resident who wants to have friends on his roof would get grief from neighbors and cops? We don’t know. [New York Shitty via Down by the Hipster]
Soho: The new outpost of Tisserie has opened at the Thompson Street entrance of DKNY, and while the cute shop isn’t selling its delicious macaroons just yet, you can order some in advance to be brought over from the Union Square flagship. [Grub Street]
Upper West Side: Nanoosh, on Broadway at 69th Street, is calling itself a hummus bar, but this isn’t a new concept to anyone who’s been to Hummus Place, downtown. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
West Village: The host at Centro Vinoteca, “who spent his whole evening kissing people’s cheeks and kissing ass instead of helping get people out the door,” should just tell people the wait will be two hours instead of saying ten more minutes throughout the night. [Eater]