Turn Your Loft Into a Farm; Dunkin’ Donuts Seized in Prospect Park

Bushwick: Lee Mandell runs a hydroponic, 200-square-foot “farm” in his loft. Get his Boswyck Farm produce at the Bushwick Farmers’ Market. [BushwickBK]
Carroll Gardens: Order an Easter ham from Char No. 4: “brined for 10 days, smoked for 6 hours and then glazed with maple and clove.” [BococaLand via Cobble Hill Blog]
Greenpoint: The Richardson has new hours: open daily, noon to 2 a.m. [Greenpointers]
Hell’s Kitchen: Baker and chef Jim Lahey has partnered with a group of small farms in Boyeruca, Chile, to launch a line of olive-oil and sea-salt products. Prices range from $7 to $15, and items are available at Lahey’s Sullivan St. Bakery and Co.. [Grub Street]

Midtown: Celebrate “National Clam on the Half Shell Day” at Grand Central Oyster Bar tomorrow. All-day appetizer specials include steamed top-neck clams with chile and lemongrass, baked-clams oreganatto, and grilled little-neck clams with Meyer-lemon butter, each for $9.95. [Grub Street]
Prospect Heights The Dunkin’ Donuts and Baskin-Robbins on St. Marks and Flatbush Avenue was seized by authorities. [Brownstoner]
Soho: Try Kittichai’s Thai Fondue on Monday nights, where you (and a few friends) can enjoy unlimited meat, seafood, shellfish, and vegetables with three Thai-style dipping sauces for $45 per person. [Grub Street]
West Village: Gen Yamamoto redesigned the drink menu at EN Japanese Brasserie, which features a new blend of cocktails made with shochu, seasonal fruits, and fresh vegetables. [Fork in the Road/VV]