Bushwick Gets Its Own Flea Market; Happy Hour Deal on China Grill’s New Sushi Menu

Courtney Novak, whose own specialty is dandelion coffee, is opening a flea market in Bushwick. The 30-year-old will set up shop May 19 at the 9,000-square-foot lot at 19 Bogart Street off the Morgan L stop, which fits up to 30 tables. [DNAinfo]

In other Bushwick tidings, Roberta's announces its garden dinner series (via Tumblr and an interestingly Photoshopped invitation), with each month featuring a different animal. Starting May 21 at 7 p.m., a five-course spread focuses on lamb (fried lamb tongues with watercress, lamb shank with purgatory beans ... ). June is seafood, July, goat, and August, pig. All-inclusive tickets are $95. [Roberta's]

China Grill adds creative sushi to its menu.The Wagyu Tartare roll packs Australian Wagyu, cornichons, wasabi, pickled onion, and crispy rice. Monday through Friday from 4 to 7, all sushi is half price at the bar. [Grub Street]

The Gowanus Canal Conservancy announces its Spring Forward, a night of BBQ and fundraising, on June 6. Chefs from Applewood, Brooklyn Cured, Lot 2, and Mile End will barbecue, and Bar Table will curate the bar. Live music from local acts starts at 8. Tickets are $55, including dinner, two beers, and the concert, and all proceeds go to the conservancy. [Grub Street]

There's still time to plan Mom's special day (nudge: it's Sunday) Wall & Water offers a special Mother's Day brunch menu from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. that comes in hot ($45) and cold ($32) options. Plus, Mom gets a wrapped spiced-apple cake. At the Shop at Andaz 5th Avenue, moms get a tin of tea in the flavor of their choice. Plus, check out our roundup to map out your Mother's Day. [Grub Street]

The crew aboard the Frying Dutchmen split due to ahem creative differences. For now, the ship (read: food truck) is parked. [NY Street Food]

Rumor has it 45th Street between Fifth and Sixth avenues is getting a new British pub very soon. Rumor also has it that it will be called Cock & Bull. [Midtown Lunch]