Fatta Cuckoo Launches Spring Menu; Betto Has Blues Lunch

• New Cobble Hill French bistro Chez Moi will host its grand opening on Sunday, celebrating with specials and live music. [Grub Street]

Hunger Hits Home, a documentary about childhood hunger in the United States, premieres on the Food Network on April 14 at 8 p.m. [Grub Street]

Details seems to think that Green Chartreuse is the “hipster jagermeister,” pointing to an increase in sales. Thoughts? [Details]

• Pour one out for the Nitehawk Cinema: After a year of trying, the restaurant-bar-movie-theater has secured its sidewalk seating permit.

Betto is having a special “Betto Blues Brunch” on Saturday, featuring a blues band from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and specialty cocktails. [Grub Street]

• The second annual Ramp Fest Hudson takes place on May 5 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Basilica Hudson, an event celebrating spring with spring food from select restaurants across the city. [Grub Street]

Fatta Cuckoo just launched its delicious new spring menu. [Grub Street]

• Starting Saturday, Anfora will offer glasses, half carafes, and carafes of Rickey’s for Sultry Sundays. Prices are $12, $20, and $30 respectively. [Grub Street]

• On Wednesday May 9th, Jude Law’s charity Music for Tomorrow, which specializes in stimulating the creative economy, will host an five course music-paired tasting menu at Tutuma Social Club from Food Network star Christopher Nirschel. [Grub Street]

• Cinco de Mayo will be celebrated in the city with a Food Truck Festival at the South Street Seaport. Find tickets and more info here. [Grub Street]

Royalton will offer four specialty cocktails in celebration of Earth Day from April 16 to the 27. Prices are $16 with $2 of each being donated to Grow NYC. [Grub Street]

• On Monday evenings, Ciano offers a no corkage fee; just bring your own wine. [Grub Street]

Fatta Cuckoo Launches Spring Menu; Betto Has Blues Lunch