New Milk Bar in Prospect Heights; Chanterelle Says Adieu With Jazz


Bryant Park: Time Warner’s $1 ice-cream truck returns to 40th Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues tonight until 9 p.m. for the cinema-in-the-park screening of The Magnificent Seven. [Midtown Lunch]
Jamaica Bay: Environmental groups “seeded” adult oysters around the bay today, but don’t get hungry for local mollusks. The implants are there to help filter the polluted waters. [Cityroom/NYT]
Park Slope: Chris Cheung’s new lunch menu at Vue in Hotel Le Bleu features a Kobe beef burger and chili potato skins. [Grub Street]
Prospect Heights: A coffeehouse/wine-bar opening at 20 Vanderbilt Avenue is the latest venue to use the name Milk Bar. [Feed/TONY]
Tribeca: Chanterelle hosts “Smoky Sunday: Blues, Beer & Bites” from 3 to 5 p.m. on August 16 as a final event before the restaurant closes for renovation on the 17th. The afternoon will feature live jazz and classic smoked dishes paired with local beer for $65 a head. [Chanterelle]
Upper East Side: Just a few days after Frederick’s Downtown shuttered, Frederick’s Madison has closed. [Eater]