La Goulue Will Close This Month; Unlimited-Steak Brunches


Fort Greene: An organic grocery store called Fresh Fanatic will have its grand opening at 275 Park Avenue, near Washington Avenue, on August 18, and the owner promises prices will be cheaper than at Whole Foods. [Clinton Hill Blog]
Lower East Side: We’ve heard of unlimited-mimosa brunches, but starting this weekend, Azul (and siblings Industria Argentina and Libertador) will offer all-you-can eat skirt steak, chorizo, blood sausage, short ribs, French fries, and salad for $21.95 on Saturdays and Sundays from noon to 5 p.m. [Grub Street]
Midtown West: The latest in ice-cream-sandwich news: Miss Softee on the southwest corner of 40th Street and Fifth Avenue has united her creamy soft-serve with Treats Truck's cookies. [Midtown Lunch]

Rockefeller Center: You can get Pennsylvania Dutch treats like $1.50 whoopie pies and shoofly-pie halves for $3 from Millport Dairy's stand at the Rock Center farmer's market on Wednesdays and Thursdays. [Blondie and Brownie]
Upper East Side: La Goulue will close on August 26 in its current location owing to problems with the landlord, but it's looking for a new home. [Diner's Journal/NYT]
Williamsburg: Between-gigs butcher Tom Mylan is taking questions, including one about how to kill zombie vampires. On the subject of people who don't like bacon: "There is something deeply fucked up about you." [Brooklyn Based]