Beer and Sausage Festival Begins; Korilla BBQ Makes Its Debut

Brooklyn Heights: Z-7 Café, a "fast coffee shop and snack bar" moves into the former space of Yogo Monster at 115 Court Street. [Brownstoner]
Gramercy: The Beer and Sausage Festival kicks off Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. with a celebration at L'Express. All beers (including rare and vintage) are $6 per glass and paired with different sausage dishes from the nine Tour de France restaurants. The festival runs throughout the city from October 20 through 30. [Grub Street]
Midtown East: The Korilla BBQ Truck has started serving lunch at 55th Street and Lexington Avenue. The menu (featuring burritos, tacos, chompers, and chosun bowl) is here. [Midtown Lunch]
Prospect Park: A new sit-down restaurant, the Blue Roost, is opening tomorrow at 539 Flatbush Avenue. The joint venture between Enduro's bartenders Linda Billings and Billy Clark is a BYOB (until a license is approved) comfort food spot, seating nineteen. Hours are typically 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. [Brownstoner]