Klee Brasserie Serves Ostrich Eggs; Red Mango on St. Marks Closes

Chelsea: Through September, Klee Brasserie serves a weekend brunch dish of oven-baked scrambled ostrich egg with a rotating selection of ingredients. This weekends scramble, $15, includes organic Romano tomatoes and escarole. [Grub Street]


Cobble Hill: A spot called Pronto Pizza replaces India House at 139 Court Street. [Pardon Me for Asking]


Ditmas Park: Catskill Bagel plans to open the week after Labor Day. [Ditmas Park Blog]


Café Vox Pop is officially closed after a long battle with money woes and Marshall's office seizures. [Fork in the Road/VV]

East Village: The Red Mango at 1923 St. Marks Place is closed. [East Village Feed]


Fort Greene: A 7-Eleven will open soon at 395 Flatbush Avenue Extension, right near the Applebee's. [Brownstoner]


Greenwich Village: Magnolia Bakery offers a limited-edition devils food cupcake with meringue icing during Fashions Night Out on September 10. Priced at $3.25 each, $.50 from each cupcake goes to the NYC AIDS fund. [Zagat Buzz]


Midtown: The Grand Central Oyster Bar hosts its Annual Oyster Frenzy on September 25 at noon. The event includes eating competitions, chef demos, and seminars. Admission is free, with reservations recommended. [Grub Street]


Soho: Tea company In Pursuit of Tea has opened a pop-up shop at 33 Crosby Street between Broome and Grand Streets. [Feed/TONY]