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Free Pig Roast at Bubby’s Brooklyn; Dinner on Hotel Chantelle’s Rooftop

Chelsea: Mixologist Sean Muldoon of Harry's Steak will open Bathtub Gin T 132 Ninth Avenue, a Prohibition-era-themed cocktail lounge expected to open in late July. [Fork in the Road/VV]
Complimentary shots for female fans with every U.S. goal scored this Sunday at Donatella's screening of the World Cup final. [Grub Street]
Dumbo: Bubby's Brooklyn will host a free pig roast at 7 p.m. tonight, celebrating Meatopia with over 100 pounds of pork and Bubby's signature pies for dessert. [Grub Street]
East Village: Former bluegrass bar Banjo Jim's will become an artisanal cocktail bar, with working name the James Daniel. Owner Rob Ceraso will hang onto the old piano and feature occasional Banjo Jim's music nights. [EV Grieve]
La Palapa will offer a market-driven Green Menu from July 20 to 26, as part of their Festival del Quelite. Other events to come later this summer include a cold menu in August, tequila week, and a customer-created prix fix menu. [Grub Street]
Lower East Side: Hotel Chantelle adds a full dining menu to its rooftop bar, featuring New American cuisine with Mediterranean influences by chef Jeff Kreisel. The restaurant will be open year-round. [Grub Street]
Saxelby Cheesemongers was honored with the Manhattan Small Business of the Year Award on Tuesday, presented as part of the Neighborhood Achievement Awards. [Lo-Down]
Midtown East: Korilla Korean BBQ Truck is offering their Korilla Kooler, a blend of watermelon and lemonade ($3). Look here for daily locations. [Midtown Lunch]
Prospect Heights: NYC Small Business Services presented Cheryl's Global Soul with the Small Business of the Year Award in Brooklyn. [NYC.gov]
Tribeca: Copenhagen restaurant Aamann will open a New York outpost, serving Danish breads, pastries, coffees, Aquavit, and smørrebrød. [Eater NY]
Upper West Side: Celebrate Bastille Day tonight with a free tasting of French wines at 67 Wines & Spirits until 7 p.m. Purchase featured wine for 10 percent off. [My Upper West]
Williamsburg: Taavo Somer of Freemans hosted a dinner party for Todd Selby at Isa, his restaurant scheduled to open later this month. Chef Ignacio Mattos plans to create a "melting pot" menu of different foods and cultures. [T Magazine]
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