Colicchio & Sons Launches a Doughnut Cart; a $19.02 Prix Fixe at the Algonquin

Chelsea: Colicchio & Sons launches a doughnut stand on the High Line today, directly across from the restaurant at the 15th Street overpass. The stand features cider doughnuts and pumpkin-spice doughnut holes with cream cheese frosting, plus hot cider and Stumptown coffee. The stand will be up through October 13. [Grub Street]
Cobble Hill: Brucie, an Italian specialty market and pasta bar opening at 234 Court Street, opens this week; the mostly takeout spot features a large room that will soon hold tastings. [Brownstoner]
Ditmas Park West: On Saturday, September 26, the Farm on Adderley hosts their annual Pig Roast from 2 to 8 p.m. Plates are $25, along with $5 Lagunitas beers. [Grub Street]

Lower East Side: Aces and Eights Saloon was closed down by the Department of Health for operating without a permit after having been shuttered for the same reason back in April. [EV Grieve]
Midtown: Murphy’s Pub is now offering a burger, sandwich, or wrap with a Budweiser or Yuengling for $10 at lunchtime. [Midtown Lunch]
The Algonquin hotel serves a $19.02 prix fixe dinner next week comprised entirely of recipes from Feeding the Lions, the hotel cookbook compiled by former owner Frank Case. [Grub Street]