Five Leaves Offers Spring Cocktails; Kibo Launches an Omakase

Battery Park City: Atrio opens today in the Conrad New York, offering an all-day dining experience with a classic Mediterranean menu. [Official Site]
East Village: Vandaag is introducing a Tuesday fondue night, perfect with the spots cocktails or 30-bottle wine list. [Grub Street]
Gramercy: Kibo just launched a new omakase-style menu, which features miso-glazed cod with roasted eggplant and braised short ribs with pickled carrots and daikon for $59. [Grub Street]

Greenpoint: To add to its announcement of delivery last week, No. 7 Sub in the Ace Hotel is expanding its delivery zone with the help of BMX bikers. [Grub Street]
Five Leaves announced its spring cocktail list, adding, among many others, two new Bloody Marys to the daytime list and a Tobacco Old Fashioned to the dinner list. Plus, this weekend the restaurant will host a arel dearie FLOWERS cart. [Grub Street]
Hudson Valley: Millbrook Winery will now offer a “Wine Growing Boot Camp,” a six-weekend event throughout the year where winemaker John Graziano teaches you all the skills you need to create wonderful wine. Cost is $750, and you can sign up here. [Grub Street]
Soho: Saxelby Cheesemongers is now serving grilled cheese, but will change the menu on a weekly basis, staring this week with Pawlet, Pickles, and Prosciutto on Seven Grain Pullman from Pain d’Avignon. [Grub Street]
West Village: Pop-up restaurant Creative Edge Parties will host an event on April 9 and 10 at 7:30 p.m. featuring British chef Tom Sellers. You can email for free (!) reservations. [Grub Street]
Williamsbrug: d.b.a. Brooklyn is offering a few permanent bites courtesy Tchoup Shop, including Spicy Jambalaya with chicken and sausage. The N’awlins specialist plans to do weekends on d.b.a.’s back deck again beginning in May. [Grub Street]