Davidovich Bakery Stepping Into H&H Void; Wahoo's Fish Tacos Opening Next Month

Bowery: Tea room and vegetarian caf Teany has reopened (reportedly under new management) after a weeklong forced closure by the Health Department. [Bowery Boogie]
Carroll Gardens: Seersucker will host a fried chicken dinner tonight as a fund-raiser for the P.S. 58 student vegetable garden program. Tables for the dinner are sold out, but the bar is open for walk-ins all evening. Entrance is $50 per person, excluding tax, tip, and beverages; your participation will help support Seersucker's long-term goal of building a rooftop garden for the students. [Grub Street]
Chinatown: The Le Baron club at 32 Mulberry Street has finally received its liquor license, which means the long-gestating night spot can finally open. [Eater NY]

Everywhere: With projected sales increases of 40 percent this year, Davidovich Bakery is poised to fill the bagel void left by H The bakery is on the lookout for a location for its flagship store. [WSJ]
Flatiron District: Celebrate Craftbar's tenth anniversary with a three-course prix fixe lunch menu that will include parsnip and fennel soup, veal ricotta meatballs, guinea hen ravioli, and a selection of specialty desserts. The lunch, which will be offered from noon to 4 p.m. Monday, January 16 through Friday, January 27, is $24 per person (plus tax and gratuity). Call 212-461-4300 to make a reservation. [Grub Street]
Gramercy: Get your Mexican-Asian-Hawaiian-Brazilian fix at Wahoo's Fish Tacos, a West Coast mainstay set to open its first NYC location at 333 Park Ave. South (at 25th Street) next month. [Eater NY]
Lower East Side: Raise a toast to Scotland's national poet, Robert Burns, at Mary Queen of Scots' annual Burns Night on January 25. Haggis, roasted cod, neeps and tatties, and steak and ale pie are on the $55 set menu, with an optional whiskey pairing for $35. Call 212-229-2670 for reservations to the 7:30 p.m. seating. [Grub Street]
Brown Cafe, previously a breakfast-and-lunch-only spot, is now open on Friday nights as a wine bar featuring small bites from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Sample menu items: asparagus with romesco sauce, seared chilies, arugula and tomato crepes, and chocolate tortitas. [Grub Street]
West Village: Take part in a cheese and Champagne happy hour at the Tea Set (235 West 12th Street), where Champagne cocktails, wine, Champagne, and beer are two-for-one, and cheese and charcuterie plates are $5 daily from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. [Grub Street]