Ice-Cream Parlor Uses Liquid Nitrogen; Prune Turns Ten


East Village: Prune celebrates its tenth anniversary all month with prix fixe menus for $53 with special French-inspired desserts like Pistachio Pithiviers with Buttermilk Ice Cream. [Serious Eats]
Fort Greene: A sports bar is coming to Fulton Street near Olivino. [Clinton Hill Blog]
Harlem: A new coffeehouse called Muddy Waters Café is open at 129th St and Adam Clayton Powell Boulevard. [Uptown Flavor]
Long Island City: A casual meet up for eco types called Queens Green Drinks hosts a two-for-one happy hour at Bizarre Ave Cafe on October 21 from 7 to 10 p.m. [Joey in Astoria]
Lower East Side: Lulu and Mooky’s, which just opened at 29 Allen St., makes ice cream to order using liquid nitrogen, just like Mike V. on Top Chef. [Tasting Table]
West Village: The Rusty Knot is letting the Jane Hotel host a weekly party on Tuesday nights with D.J. Matt Creed. [Eater]