Incognito Bistro Now Open in Flatiron; Mushroom Tour and Cooking Lesson at Astor Wines & Spirits

Chelsea: Pierre Loti is reopening with double the dining space and a new bar. Celebrate with free wine tastings on Tuesdays, 25 percent off the food menu on Mondays from 5 to 8 p.m., and complimentary desserts with your purchase of two entrées on Wednesdays. [Grub Street]

Flatiron: Incognito Bistro, a new eatery by Paolo Montana, is opening today. The low-key restaurant is offering affordable European fare. [Grub Street]

Get a taste of Italy with SD26’s summer wine festival. Starting July 25 and running until Labor Day weekend, the restaurant will be offering a series of dinners based on a different Italian region each week. [Grub Street]

Gramercy and West Village: SushiSamba’s new seasonal plate is soft-shell crab sliders. [Grub Street]

Union Square: Fungi fans: Take a tour of local mushroom vendors in Union Square Greenmarket, followed by a five-dish cooking lesson at Astor Center. After the lesson, complement your meal with custom wine pairings. Buy tickets here. [Grub Street]

Williamsburg: Food and art collide at “Something I Ate” on July 28. The event features various artists who documented seven days of their personal eating experience through the mediums of photo, paint, film, fashion, and more. Buy tickets here. [Grub Street]

Northside Market is holding a free $50 raffle this weekend. Use your winnings to buy new offerings from Dub Pies and Renegade Coffee and jewelry from Wink and Flip, or enjoy live music from Josh Ortiz. [Grub Street]