Molyvos Reopens Tonight; Yemenite Eatery Rectangles Closes

Financial District: Earl's Court will take entries January 25 through February 2 for its Big Game Giveaway $225 of catering for fifteen people delivered to any door in Manhattan on Super Bowl Sunday. Anyone in the Tri-State Area can win and pick up the feast, which includes sandwiches, sushi, salads, and sides from the downtown food court owned by Planet Hollywood founder Robert Earl. No purchase required; entries accepted online only, and the winner will be notified by noon February 3. [Grub Street]
Long Island City: Studio Square's sprawling indoor/outdoor space, the Garden, rocks out every Wednesday night with a new Open Mic Night from 7 to 11. Amateur performers are welcome, as well as those up for drink specials. Until 9 p.m., drinks are two-for-one, and the beer of the week flows in specials. This week: Spaten Oktoberfest. [Grub Street]
Lower East Side: Hotel Chantelle unveils its Mediterranean-kissed winter menu from Chef Jeff Kreisel. The new Mediterranean influence plus Kreisel's French technique means a veritable adieu to the "hotel's" former New American menu. [Grub Street]

Midtown: After a seventeen-day revamp, Molyvos reopens tonight with dinner service in its newly done digs with all the blues, whites, and grays of coastal Greece. [Grub Street]
Fishing Shrimp food truck, the four-wheeled home of $7 fish-and-chip baskets, returned to midtown's streets this week for lunch. According to Twitter, they're at 61st and Madison Avenue today, and they'll be back tomorrow, slinging more seafood. [Midtown Lunch]
Nolita: OpenHouse gallery's indoor park exhibit Park Here plays host to a number of indoor-outdoor pop-up events starting January 24 with Tea by Tiffany, hosted by a wellness instructor who wants to bring tea back in a coffee-dominant society. The tea party's four organic teas, sandwiches, petit fours, scones, and more are going for $25 a ticket. [Grub Street]
Upper East Side: Yemenite eatery Rectangles shuttered recently after the Health Department gave it failing marks in December, Bowery Boogie reports. Liquor license paperwork on the restaurant's exterior indicates that pizza chain Numero 28 will replace the First Avenue outpost. [Bowery Boogie]
West Village: Tremont launches a new bar menu from Chef Tim Bando featuring bold items like baked goat cheese with spicy tomato sauce and piment d'espelette, or a Tremont burger with foie gras onions and aged Cheddar. Available all night Sunday through Wednesday 5:30 to 11 and Thursday through Saturday 5:30 to midnight. [Grub Street]