Wine Growlers at Brooklyn Winery; T.G.I. Friday’s Infringes on the Korean-Taco Trend

•New Hell’s Kitchen Neapolitan pizza joint Don Antonio was shuttered Tuesday by the DOH for 22 violation points, including evidence of mice or vermin and holding cold food above 41 degrees. The restaurant currently does not have a letter grade and hopes to reopen by tomorrow. [Eater NY]

•West Village tavern Monument Lane will start hosting its Sunday suppers this weekend through the end of May with three courses for $27. The menu? Whatever the chef feels like (or picks up at the Greenmarket). [Grub Street]

•The Lower East Side gets a taste of Germany this Saturday with Tanz in Den Mai (Dance into May) festivities at Loreley Restaurant and Biergarten. In time for May Day, get spring beers and platters of up to twelve types of sausage (from Kolbase to Andouille), April 28 to May 3. [Grub Street]

•The brand new Atrium at Brooklyn Winery is about to become a party with the summer collection of housemade wines, like a Riesling, Pinot Noir and Rosé. These and others will also be available to take home with the winery’s new Wine Growler program. [Grub Street]

•The TD Five Boro Bike Tour kicks off May 6, and Brooklyn bread shop SCRATCHbread is going through a marathon of sorts, baking 30,000 bites of Almond-Cherry Endurance Bars with nuggets of Parmigiano Reggiano and chocolate drizzle for the riders. The bake-a-thon will take five days and use a 450-pound cheese ball for the nibbles, which help bikers recover from long challenges. [Grub Street]

•The Korean-taco trend may have started with a food truck, but now it’s going mainstream — or whatever it’s called when T.G.I. Friday’s starts serving something. The restaurant chain just introduced its own version of the taco with steak, Sriracha and ginger-lime slaw. [Eater NY]

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