Chinatown Restaurant Week Participants Announced; The Cannibal Launches Brunch

Carroll Gardens: Starting this weekend, the Bourgeois Pig Brooklyn will offer $1 oysters every Sunday from 3 p.m. till close. [Grubstreet]
Chinatown: From March 9 to 18, select restaurants in Chinatown (Golden Unicorn, Emperor Japanese Tapas Shabu Restaurant, and Nom Wah Tea Parlor, to name a few) will offer a three-course dinner menu for $18.88 per person excluding tax, gratuity, and tip. Group prices vary. [Grubstreet]

Cobble Hill: Blue Marble Ice Cream is reopening their 196 Court Street location at noon on Saturday. Get there early, because the first 50 mini-scoops and small-serve cones will be free. [Grubstreet]
Hardyston, New Jersey: New York City chefs will headline the Fourth Annual New Jersey Wine & Food Festival from March 30 to April 1. Find a full roster and ticket information here, or call 973-827-5996 x 3. [Grubstreet]
Lower East Side: Alias celebrates its tenth anniversary by bringing back former chef Mark Barrett for a special birthday dinner on Monday, March 12. Call 212-505-5011 for reservations. [Grubstreet]
Midtown: On Saturday, March 17 at 2:30 p.m., iCarly star (and self-trained teen chef) Alexander Reed will do a live cooking demonstration and tour of his favorite recipes at Williams-Sonoma with hopes of inspiring kids to eat healthy and make their own food, continuing the mission of his lifestyle- and fitness-focused website, KewlBites. [Grubstreet]
Murray Hill: The Cannibal is now offering a brunch menu from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. — but once spring is here and the backyard opens, it will be earlier! [Grubstreet]
West Village: Mas (la grillade) will be featured on the Cooking Channel’s Unique Eats on Sunday, March 4, for an episode titled “Food by Fire,” which will highlight the restaurant’s style of preparing everything over wood fires. [Grubstreet]