Num Pang to Deliver; Bar Blanc Bistro Launches Moules Frites Mondays


Bushwick: Sol de Quito is not a nightclub, as windows covered in velvet suggest; inside is a restaurant frequented by Ecuadorians. [Bushwick BK]
Governors Island: Some Dutch artists will set up a literal slow-food café this weekend as part of the NY 400 Pioneers of Change. “Diners wear slippers, food portions are determined by how far they have traveled (i.e., a generous amount of mustard greens from Greenpoint’s Rooftop Farm shares a plate with a single lychee from China), and everything is prepared and served by a staff of elderly — and slow — New Yorkers.” [Fork in the Road/VV]
Midtown East: The French Institute Alliance Française hosts Omnivore New York on Sunday with a series of events and screenings about culinary exploration. [FIAF]
Midtown West: To celebrate expanding hours at branches throughout the city, the New York Public library on Fifth Avenue at 40th Street will give away free coffee and Tim Horton’s Timbits on Monday from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. [Grub Street]
Union Square: A sign at Num Pang says they will start delivery on Monday, but only for “the lucky ones between” 4th Street and 21st Street, and Second Avenue and Seventh Avenue. [Eater]
West Village: Starting this weekend, Bar Blanc Bistro will open Sundays for a $16 set brunch and a $35 three-course prix fixe dinner. Also, on Mondays, a variety of mussels, fries, and a draft beer go for $18. [Grub Street]