Tennypenny Starts Happy Hour; Cadaqués Now Serves Brunch

Bed-Stuy: A new Kosher ice-cream shop called the Ice Cream House is opening on Bedford Avenue between Myrtle and Willoughby Streets. [Bed-Stuy Blog]


Midtown East: Tenpenny kicks off the Session tonight, a daily happy hour of cocktails and small plates from 4 to 7 p.m. On Monday, they'll start serving lunch daily from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. with a full menu that includes a $21 Madison Avenue lunch option. [Grub Street]


Midtown West: Robicelli's cupcakes are longer at Lily O'Briens and can instead be found at Joe the Art of Coffee in Grand Central Terminal. Joe will receive regular Monday, Wednesday, and Friday deliveries, and sell the cupcakes for a decreased price of $3 (from $3.50 at Lily's). [Midtown Lunch]

Park Slope: After only seven months, Mamá Rosa Latin (at 669 Union Street) has closed. [Zagat Buzz]


Falafilo opened at 671 Union Street, serving falafel, shawarma, kebab sandwiches, and more. [Zagat Buzz]


Williamsburg: Cadaqués begins brunch service this weekend with a selection of tapas and burgers, as well as a $14.95 brunch special that includes a choice of bocadillos (sandwiches), eggs, or sweets; coffee or juice; and a mimosa, screwdriver, or bloody mary. [Grub Street]


City 'Lasses is bringing back the switzel, a nonalcoholic drink with a kick from the seventeenth century. Their version is a mixture of blackstrap, ginger root, fresh-squeezed lemon, raw honey, and water, and will be available this weekend at the Sunday location of the Brooklyn Flea; they're $3.75 for a sixteen-ounce cup. [Diner's Journal/NYT]