Grimaldi’s Will Move Down the Street; Magnum Action at Union Square Cafe

Bowery: EastBridge, the low-key Eldridge replacement, closed its doors a couple of weeks ago, and now the foodie gossip mill is buzzing with what kind of establishment will take its place. It sounds like the most likely contender is a bar tentatively called IMOK ("If Mother Only Knew") that will feature D.J.’s on the weekends. [Bowery Boogie]
Dumbo: After squabbles with their landlord, Grimaldi’s is moving to a new space down the street from its original location. You can get one last pie at the old location on 19 Old Fulton Street next Monday before they set up shop at 1 Front Street, in a space underneath a nightclub. [Eater NY]

Flatiron: La Mar Cebicheria Peruana is now offering a three-course prix fixe menu for weekday lunches and a pre-theater dinner (5 to 6:30 p.m.). The lunch menu will run you $26 while the pre-theater dinner goes for $35. Executive chef Victoriano Lopez’s menu includes a choice of pastel de choclo (a Peruvian corn cake with hon shimeji mushrooms and choclo saltado), aji de gallina (a creamy Peruvian stew of chicken, organic potatoes, quail egg, and micro greens), and naranjitas chinas confitadas (mandarin confit, frozen yogurt and marinated strawberries) for dessert. [Grub Street]
Lower East Side: For those hoping to kick off Thanksgiving feasting a day early, head over to the Orchard House for a special "Thanksgiving Eve" dinner on Wednesday, November 23 at 6:30 p.m. and another seating at 8:30 p.m.. The three-course prix fixe dinner goes for $45 and will include dishes like caramelized pork belly with pecan-bourbon, Bosc pear and fennel, duck confit with black kale, apple, red wine cabbage and smoked chestnuts, and kabocha squash fritters. And because nothings says "I don’t have to work tomorrow" like hip-hop, a D.J. will be spinning tracks until midnight. [Grub Street]
Nolita: If you plan to join the throngs of shoppers on Black Friday, head to Ellabess for a complimentary small hot chocolate at their "Warming Station," which launches the same day. Their version is made with cinnamon, cardamom, milk, and dark chocolate, and will be sold thereafter for $5 ($9 with alcohol). [Grub Street]
Soho: Tonight, 508 GastroBrewery is celebrating the release of Josh Bernstein’s Brewed Awakening, a new book that takes a look at the "craft beer revolution" in the United States. 508 will be serving a selection of their premium craft brews as well as a selection of bites like braised goat sloppy joe sliders and housemade wild boar smoked sausage flat bread. The event goes from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. [Grub Street]
Sunset Park: The Gowanus Canal Conservancy is hosting a Winter Festival Fundraiser at Lot 2 on December 3, with proceeds going directly to the Conservancy, which advocates for the restoration and green development of the Gowanus Canal. The menu by Lot 2 includes chicken and sausage gumbo, coleslaw with pickled pepper vinaigrette, buttermilk and honey cornbread, and apple crumble bars. Beers will be on hand courtesy of Captain Lawrence, and special musical acts include the Suzan and Savoir Adore. Ticket prices are $15 for the concert only, $40 for the dinner and concert, and $60 for dinner, the concert, and a discounted membership; they may be purchased here. [Grub Street]
Union Square: Union Square Cafe is kicking off the holiday season by offering three single-vineyard Barolos, and what’s more, magnums will only be $20 more than the bottle price. As a complement, the restaurant is showcasing alba white truffles on a tagliolini dish ($70). [Grub Street]
Upper West Side: Bomboloni, at 187 Columbus Avenue, will give Black Friday shoppers a much-needed sugar boost on November 25 by offering free bombolonis from 4 to 7 a.m., and then free mini-bombolonis with any purchase between 7 and 10 a.m. [Grub Street]