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Little Rascal Opens in Nolita; Free Iced Coffee at Brooks Brothers

Little Rascal opens tonight at 165 Elizabeth Street, and will be serving beer and wine, despite the objections of at least one Community Board member. [Bowery Boogie]

Aseem Chhabra, a Queens resident and journalist focusing on South Asia, will lead a tour of Jackson Heights on Sunday, August 26, that finishes with an Indian lunch at Jackson Diner. Tickets are $45, available through SideTour. [Grub Street]

L.A.-based Handsome Coffee Roasters may be out at Demi Monde, but they're popping up with free iced coffee in the Flatiron Brooks Brothers from Friday, August 17, to Friday, August 24, daily from 2 to 5 p.m., if you find yourself in need of a shot of energy. [Grub Street]

The Lower East Side is getting more Cape Cod: Pending approval from Community board 3, twenty-table seafood joint the Boil will soon vie with Grey Lady and Nor East Clam Shack (formerly Down East Clam Shack) for seafood supremacy, along with the soon-to-open Lead Belly and the yet-unnamed oyster bar planned for 173 Bowery. [Bowery Boogie]

Order an ultraluxe DB Burger at DB Bistro Moderne after 7:30 and receive a glass of Bordeaux on the house; offer runs between now and September 2. [Grub Street]

Monday, August 20 is National Lemonade Day, so cool off and help a good cause by ordering lemonade (or a lemonade-inspired cocktail) from Hill Country, Rosa Mexicano, Nios, or Silverleaf Tavern; they'll be donating proceeds to Alex's Lemonade Stand foundation, a nonprofit fighting childhood cancer. [Grub Street]

L'asso EV will be cooking pizza while Walter White cooks meth: The East Village pizzeria is hosting a Breaking Bad viewing party on Sundays, beginning this upcoming August 19 at 10 p.m., and every Sunday thereafter. Pints of Modelo are $3, pitchers are $10, and a pitcher plus a margherita pizza goes for $25, so you won't have to turn to the drug trade to afford beer. [Grub Street]

Local Vinacular is hosting a tasting of wines from the Finger Lakes at Park Slope's Palo Santo on Sunday, September 9, from 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets, which cover wine and tapas, are $30 in advance or $40 at the door; call 718-636-6311. [Grub Street]

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