Soho’s Lusso Closes; the Wright to Host Events

East Village: Keith Masco, president of Radical Records, plans to open a fishmonger, seafood restaurant, and upscale bar at the currently vacant 171 Avenue A. [EV Grieve]
Fort Greene: Bar-restaurant-performance space Sputnik is closed. [Real Fort Greene]
Midtown: A new taco truck, El Comioncito, has set up shop at 31st Street and Seventh Avenue, near Penn Station. [Midtown Lunch]
Celebrate Easter at Benoit with their special brunch menu: French breakfast favorites (sugar-dusted waffles and eggs en cocotte), a signature Bellini, and pastry chef Youssef Aderdour’s chocolate-coconut tart. [Grub Street]
Park Slope: Discover handcrafted wares and artisan food items at this year’s Lyceum Spring Food & Craft Market on May 1 and 2 at the Brooklyn Lyceum (on Fourth Avenue at President Street). [OtBKB]
Soho: Lusso, an Italian spot on the corner of West Broadway and Grand, has closed its doors after just a year. [Eater NY]

Upper East Side: The Wright, inside the Guggenheim, is now available for catering. The space, which can accommodate up to 75, will host social and corporate events Sunday through Wednesday evenings and on Thursdays during the day when the museum is closed. To book an event, call 212-849-8332. [Grub Street]
Upper West Side: The Sunburnt Calf, the sister of Avenue C’s Sunburnt Cow and Rivington’s Bondi Road, opens today at 226 West 79th Street with free food and drinks from 4 p.m. until 10 p.m. [New York Press via Bowery Boogie]