Yerba Buena Launches Paella Mondays; No. 7 Sub Greenpoint Launches Delivery

East/West Villages: Beginning Monday, March 19, Yerba Buena will be launching Paella Mondays at both of its locations, at which chef/owner Julian Medina will offer a variety of sangria for $10 per cocktail, as well as four different types of paella for $22 per person. Yerba Buena restaurants will be also be hosting Pulque Tuesdays, featuring a special menu highlighting handcrafted pulque cocktails and botanas, beginning March 20. [Grub Street]
East/West Villages: Ninth Street Espresso will feature coffee exclusively roasted by the city’s own Dallis Bros. Coffee. It will be available at each of North Street’s three Manhattan locations beginning this week. [Grub Street]
Kips Bay: In honor of St. Paddy’s Day, The Water Club will offer a complimentary half pint of Guinness with each order of Corned Beef and Cabbage. The restaurant will also offer Irish favorites such as Salt Cod Fritter, Country Irish Stew, and Chopped Kelly Green Salad. [Grub Street]

Greenpoint: If you live in or around the general Greenpoint or Williamsburg area, you’re in luck. No. 7 Sub is now delivering from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. every day in your area.
Greenpoint: Penny pinchers citywide will surely mourn the loss of Williamburg’s pay-what-you-feel favorite, Santorini, which is now closed for good. Owner Paula Douralas attributed the close to a changing Williamsburg, saying, “Although the people are very nice it has a big turnaround. A lot of people moved away because they couldn’t afford it. They got fired or what have you. I did a lot of going away parties for my customers. And the new kids that came in, they didn’t know we were there.” [Gothamist]