Beer Table Hosts First Annual Harvest Fest in Park Slope; Eastern District Opens in Greenpoint

East Village: Cuppa Cuppa at 75 East 4th Street will be replaced by another coffee shop, FAB Caf, in December. [EV Grieve]


Greenpoint: Eastern District, a specialty beer and cheese emporium, opens today at 1035 Manhattan Avenue. The store also offers sandwiches, meats, and food-related gifts. [Brooklyn Based]


Lower East Side: Imperial Tavern, a newly transformed and re-branded version of Paladar, is now open at 161 Ludlow Street. [Bowery Boogie]


Meatpacking District: Bagatelle chef Nicolas Cantrel will extend his white-truffle menu through the holidays. The white-truffle menu includes risotto, fettuccini, and eggs cocotte. [Grub Street]


Midtown East: The W Hotels of New York will offer a "Not Home for the Holidays" package through December 29. Guests will receive two cocktails, a holiday-inspired in-room dining menu, and a free room upgrade. For every package purchased, the hotel will donate $25 to the New York City Food Bank. [Grub Street]

Park Slope: The first annual Beer Table Harvest Fest starts tomorrow at 7 p.m. A two-hour kickoff party will feature vintage wines, beers, and a selection of Dickson's Farmstand Meats; tickets are $65. Following the party, this three-day event features JW Lees Harvest Ale and a small-plates menu, focusing on American and English cheese and charcuterie. [Grub Street]


Belleville is offering a free glass of house red or white wine with the purchase of an entre. [All About Fifth]


Prospect Heights: A newly renovated Caf Shane, at 794 Washington Avenue, reopens after being shut down by the Department of Health earlier this month. [Brownstoner]


Upper West Side: The Sunburnt Calf, an Australian restaurant at 226 West 79th Street, is now offering keg service. [My Upper West]