Late-Night July 4 Party in Clinton Hill; Knitting Factory Building Sold for Millions

Clinton Hill: Tamboril’s hosting a post-fireworks party on Friday with live music and D.J.’s. [Clinton Hill Blog]
East Village: Artichoke Pizza was actually open by 12:30 p.m. today. Maybe the cousins found a Manhattan apartment? [Eater]
Lower East Side: When Freemans opened, it was “looking for an accessible brown cocktail that worked with our fall menu.” The resulting mix of rye, orange bitters, and pomegranate has become the spot’s house cocktail. [Down by the Hipster]
Prospect Heights: A 55-year-old klepto was collared by police outside a supermarket on Washington Avenue after she swiped some packaged roast beef, but, alas, the fuzz was one step behind: “The sandwich meat was not recovered intact.” [Brooklyn Paper]
Tribeca: The Knitting Factory building has sold for $12 million, but the venue hasn’t decided where it’s moving yet. [Real Deal]
Upper East Side: James Beard Rising-Star Chef Gavid Kaysen, of Café Boulud, was once “a certified sandwich artist for Subway.…I even had a really cool tricolored shirt!” [Restaurant Girl]