Robicelli’s Cupcakes Popping Up on Long Island; Rosemary’s Opens for Lunch

Tickets are on sale for the second annual 32 Days of German Riesling Concert Cruise, which will set sail along the New York Harbor July 24. The cruise will feature hand-selected wines by Terroir co-owner Paul Grieco and bites by chef Marco Canora. Tickets are $54 and can be purchased online. [Grub Street]

Robicelli's, home of New York's best cupcake, will be featured at a one-day pop-up bakery on Long Island's Castello di Borghese vineyard this Sunday. They'll be serving baked goods made with wine, such as blueberry port and blackberry cabernet cupcakes. [Grub Street]

The ladies of LUPEC-NYC are trying to save the Museum of the American Cocktail and want your help. They're hosting a cocktail fund-raiser at Macao Trading Co. tomorrow evening, where a $40 donation grants you admission to whiskey tastings and $5 from every cocktail purchase goes toward the museum. [Grub Street]

For a limited time, indie food retailer New York Mouth will be the exclusive seller of Landmarc caramels, the five-ingredient candies locally made by renowned chef and Chopped judge Marc Murphy. Get them here. [Grub Street]

Now through Labor Day, Ed's Chowder House is serving a daily Montauk-inspired lobster bake. The $26-per-person deal gets you and a friend a two-pound lobster, corn, slaw, scallops, shrimp, and potatoes. [Grub Street]

Rosemary's, the West Village's new Italian rooftop-farm-to-table eatery, is now open for lunch. Breakfast and brunch menus are in the works. [Grub Street]

Maoz Vegetarian has further expanded: The falafel joint opened a new walk-up location in Central Park recently, taking the former place of Knish Nosh. [Zagat]