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Bottomless Mimosas at 57 Napoli Pizza e Vino; Mud Truck Shut Down

Brooklyn Heights: River Deli is expected to reopen as an Italian restaurant and wine bar within the next two weeks. [Brownstoner]
Clinton Hill: New signage at 96 Dekalb Avenue indicates that Fosters, a southern-food spot, has moved into the space previously occupied by Ruthie's. [Brownstoner]
East Village: The Mud Truck at Astor Place was shut down this morning by the Department of Health. [Eater via Bowery Boogie]

Fort Greene: The National Food Bloggers Bake Sale will take place Saturday at the Brooklyn Flea from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Proceeds will be donated to Share Our Strength, an organization that aids childhood hunger in America. [Midtown Lunch]
Midtown: On May 1, Landmarc at the Time Warner Center will launch Landmarc in the Park, a selection of ready-to-go boxed meals for Central Park picnickers. The menu, which will be available for pick-up daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., includes sandwiches, salads, wraps, and desserts, and each box comes with a disposable blanket. Orders may be placed online at landmarc.com or by calling 212-219-2126. [Grub Street]
With the introduction of a new menu this weekend, 57 Napoli Pizza e Vino will now serve up brunch all day long on Saturdays and Sundays. The menu includes brunch pizzas, omelettes, and bottomless mimosas. [Grub Street]

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