A Crawfish Boil in Ditmas Park; South American Wines at Le Bernardin

Ditmas Park: Sycamore and the Abita Brewing Company are teaming up to host a crawfish boil on May 22. Fifteen dollars will buy guests a large bucket of crawfish and a pint of Abita beer; tickets are available online. [Ditmas Park Blog]
East Village: Percy’s, an upscale English restaurant, plans to move into the Al Diwan space at 210 Avenue A. [EV Grieve]
As a part of this weekend’s Noho Design District event, items from P&H; Soda, Luminous Kitchens, and other eateries from New York’s outer boroughs will be on exhibit and for sale at Partners & Spade; doors open at noon on Saturday and Sunday. [Fork in the Road/VV]
Midtown: Sommelier Aldo Sohm of Le Bernardin will lead a seminar on the wines of South America on May 22. The tasting and discussion begin at 4:30 p.m., with dinner following at 6 p.m.; tickets cost $295 per person. [Grub Street]
After nearly two months of renovations, Pro Hot Korean has reopened. [Midtown Lunch]

Park Slope: Zora Space, a combination coffee shop, wine bar, and art gallery, has soft-opened at 315 Fourth Avenue. [Brownstoner]
Lotus, a Vietnamese sandwich shop, is open on Fifth Avenue between President and Carroll Streets. [Brownstoner]
Red Hook: Brooklyn-based Zohan Hummus will launch the first-ever line of squeezable hummus at Fairway Markets on May 16. To celebrate, the Zohan team will hit the streets of New York with giveaways like T-shirts and product samples. [Grub Street]
Union Square: The New York Nineteenth Century Society will host a pub crawl to the city’s most historic watering holes on May 15, guided by Four Pounds Flour author Sarah Lohman The crawl will commence at Rye House at 5:30pm, and stops include Madame X, the Ear Inn, Onieal’s Grand Street, and Ward III. The event is free to join, but drinks are additional. For more information, visit 19thcpubcrawl.com. [Grub Street]