Dough Opens in Bedford-Stuyvesant; Fatty Crab Offers Two-for-One Cocktails on Upper West Side

Bedford-Stuyvesant: Dough, a new doughnut shop started by the owners of Choice Market, is now open at 305 Franklin Avenue. [Bed-Stuy Blog]


Boerum Hill: Owing to popular demand, Mile End is now opening a second seating for its "Traditional Jewish Christmas" at 2 p.m. on Saturday. Call 718-852-7510 to make reservations. [Grub Street]


Fort Greene: Restaurants, stores, and bars on DeKalb Avenue will join an open house at 5 p.m. tomorrow to benefit a greenhouse project at Clinton Hill Elementary School. Tickets are $40 and participating vendors, which include Dino, Thistle & Clover, Bittersweet, and Roman's, will offer free or discounted food and drinks until 9 p.m. [Fort Greene Local/NYT]


Midtown: Chef Youngsun Lee, formerly of Momofuku and Craftbar, will launch Kimchi Taco Truck in January. [Midtown Lunch]


Park Slope: Beer Table will host a "New Tower Happy Hour" on Saturday from 3 to 7 p.m. to celebrate its new draft tower, featuring a soda line from Brooklyn Soda Works. The happy hour includes Brooklyn Soda Works Apple Ginger Soda, White Birch Hochsett, Hof Ten Dormaal Blond, Harvey's Lewes Brown Alie, Hill Farmstead Edward, and more. [Grub Street]


Upper West Side: Fatty Crab has kicked off its Two-for-One Cocktail Mondays, featuring a different specialty cocktail each week. This week's was the crabirinha, made with Leblon cachaa, fresh-pressed lime, Vietnamese mint, and fresh-cracked Himalayan black pepper. [Grub Street]


Angelina Pizza Bar has announced a plan to donate a portion of its profits to public schools on the Upper West Side. Starting later this year, on specific days families can ask for 10 percent of what they spend at the restaurant to go to their school. [My Upper West]


West Village: Ofrenda begins its Christmas celebration at 4 p.m. tomorrow with a traditional Mexican posada, mariachis, piñatas, and complimentary buñuelos. [Grub Street]