6th Street Kitchen Opens; Prosecco Special at Alloro

Bed-Stuy: Therapy Wine Bar opens its backyard deck for the summer with a frozen-wine cocktail called the Concrete Rose. [Bed-Stuy Blog]
Clinton Hill: A vacant stretch of Fulton Street is coming back to life: A lounge and grill is slated to open at 936 Fulton, and a restaurant called Buka is coming to 940. [Brownstoner]
Ditmas Park: The Farm and Ommegang Brewery are pairing up to host a four-beer, four-course dinner on April 15. The cost is $45, and reservations can be made by calling 718-287-3101. [Ditmas Park Blog]
East Village: Chris Genoversa’s 6th Street Kitchen opens for business today. [EV Grieve]
Heart of India opens today at 79 Second Avenue, near Fourth Street. [EV Grieve]
Greenpoint: The Garden Spot Café plans to renovate 195 Franklin Street and be ready for a June 1 opening. [New York Shitty]

Lower East Side: Seven Rivers of India opens today, though they’re still waiting on a wine-and-beer license. [Bowery Boogie]
Midtown: After months of construction, Smokehouse BBQ unveils its new look. No word yet on when the restaurant will open. [Curbed NY]
Upper East Side: Take a break from filing your taxes with $4.15 glasses of prosecco at Alloro. The offer stands April 5–14, and on Tax Day, April 15, dinner guests will receive a glass of prosecco on the house. [Grub Street]