Brushstrokes May Open in January

The Movable Feast Café.
The Movable Feast Café. Photo: Courtesy of Movable Feast Café

Chelsea: The Red Mango at 688 Sixth Avenue and 22nd Street closed this week and will be replaced by a fro-yo joint called 22 Happy Cups. [It’s All Fare]
Harlem: Bill Clinton hosted the release party for Zagat’s first-ever guide to Harlem this morning. His foundation’s Economic Opportunity Initiative sponsored the book. [Serious Eats]
Prospect Park: The Movable Feast Café has opened at the Prospect Park Picnic House to sell cookies, wraps, quiche, and ice cream, plus smoothies and other drinks. [Grub Street]

Midtown East: The new ING Direct Cafe on Third Ave. at 58th Street will give away free iced coffee and cookies tomorrow from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. [Midtown Lunch]
Montauk: A reminder that the chefs from Animal have a pop-up in the kitchen at the Backyard Restaurant, starting tonight though Tuesday. [Eater]
Tribeca: A waiter at Bouley Upstairs told us that Brushstrokes should open in the Secession space by January. [Grub Street]