Martha Stewart Does a Pie Pop-up; Gotham Bar and Grill Reintroduces Its Burger

Cobble Hill: Blue Marble Ice Cream, at 196 Court Street, reopens after its winter hiatus. [Pardon Me for Asking]


Ditmas Park West: Ox Cart Tavern celebrates Mardi Gras tonight by offering traditional Louisiana Gumbo and po' boy sandwiches. [Ditmas Park Blog]


East Village: Hearth will host a "Beer vs. Wine" dinner on March 14 at 7 p.m. The $90 menu features four courses and each will be paired with one glass of wine and one beer. [Grub Street]


Peri Wine Bar opens at 179 Essex Street after a month of delays. [Bowery Boogie]


Loreley adds German hot wings to its menu at both locations. Wings are 50 cents each every Tuesday night. [Grub Street]


Nolita: The Pan American is temporarily closed for restoration after a fire damaged the interior last week. [Fork in the Road/VV]


Soho: Starting this week, Harney & Sons Fine Tea will offer tea macaroons made by Chef Kir Rodriguez at the French Culinary Institute. Flavors include rose tea, Paris tea, and sencha scent of mountain tea. [Grub Street]


Union Square: In honor of National Meatball Day tomorrow, Mama Mancini's offers a number of ways to score free food, including a chance to win a year's worth of free meatballs. [Grub Street]


West Village: Martha Stewart will open a pop-up pie shop at the little owl on March 26 and 27 to promote her latest cookbook, New Pies & Tarts. The shop will offer baked pies, fruit tarts, galettes, and beverages. [Fork in the Road/VV]


Gotham Bar and Grill is bringing back its house burger, making it the first burger on the menu in years. The $22 Gotham dry-aged burger is available on the lunch menu and includes Italian black-truffle cheese, tomato confit, pickles, and roasted-garlic aoli, with a side of Kennebec fries. [Grub Street]


Paris Commune offers a $12, two-course lunch special from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on weekdays. The menu features items like chicken soup and walnut-cranberry chicken salad. [Grub Street]