Union Smith Café Closed by DOH; DBGB Launches Happy Hour

Cobble Hill: Union Smith Café has been shuttered by the Department of Health. [Cobble Hill Blog]
East Village: DBGB offers a happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 to 6 p.m., serving up $5 pints, $6 glasses of sangria, and buck-fifty oysters. [EV Grieve]
A newly extended awning indicates that Planet Rose will expand to its neighboring storefront at 219 Avenue A. [EV Grieve]
Greenpoint: Reel Tasty Brooklyn will be screening Raiders of the Lost Ark on June 19, in conjunction with a five-course dinner of food inspired by the movie’s locations. Tickets are $60, and reservations can be made online. [Greenpointers]

Park Slope: New York Times reporter Michael Moss will lead a panel discussion featuring San Francisco chef Traci des Jardins and authors Kim Serverson, and Janet Poppendieck. The panel, “The Way We Eat: Issues at the Table,” will be on June 15 at P.S. 107; tickets are $15 and can be purchased online. [Eat It: The Brooklyn Food Blog]
After closing earlier this year, Café Moutarde will reopen tomorrow as Moutarde, Le Bistro de la Rue. The restaurant has new décor and a new, lower-priced menu. [Grub Street]
Upper East Side: $25 will get you six nation-themed shots at Southern Hospitality’s “Around the World” party on June 10 from 7 to 11:30 p.m. [Southern Hospitality/Twitter]