Sapa to Get Latin Makeover; Dorrian’s Inspires Preppies to Sing

Astoria: You can watch the Euro Cup at Bohemian Hall. [Joey in Astoria]
Dumbo: At least five different ice-cream and slush trucks have hit the streets so far this summer. [Dumbo NYC]
East Village: De Nova Café has opened in the former Furniture Place space, at 182 Avenue B, near 11th Street, and while it looks like a regular old coffee shop, you’ll find nachos and Greek food on the menu. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
Financial District: Zaitzeff really does make a great burger: “Everything points to a dry, disappointing burger here — grass-fed sirloin, nonstandard bun, cooked on a griddle under a weight — but the meat is surprisingly, amazingly juicy and hella flavorful.” [Hamburger Today]
Flatiron: Chef Douglas Rodriguez (Patria) will transform Sapa into a Latin restaurant called Nuela by this summer. [Strong Buzz]
Earlier: Douglas Rodriguez May Be Headed to Sapa
Tribeca: Mangez Avec Moi has a bright new annex specializing in Vietnamese sandwiches, and you can get some Asian gourmet foods and bottled teas there now, too. [Grub Street]
Upper East Side: Dorrian’s karaoke Tuesdays are gaining in popularity. Check out the pics of pink shirts and bottle blondes who’ve turned out thus far and see for yourself. [Guest of a Guest via Down by the Hipster]