Juice Press Opens First of Six New Stores; Ainsworth Park Serves Alternative Game-Day Fare

BLT Steak, ESquared Hospitality’s steakhouse, will begin hosting “Prime Rib Sundays.” The weekly special event offers twelve ounces of prime rib dry-aged for 35 days, served with au jus, for $47. [Grub Street]

• With some of the biggest sporting events just weeks away, Ainsworth Park opens its doors to fans who would rather knock back oysters on the half-shell and fork tuna tartare than wear out napkins with chicken wings and other grease-bombs. With 65 televisions and a full bar, watching the game indeed remains the main attraction. [Grub Street]

Juice Press joins the city’s juice bar craze with a 1,500-square-foot flagship in the meatpacking district, the first step in the company’s plans to cover New York with cold-pressed, vegan, organic juice, from the Upper West Side to Williamsburg. [Grub Street]

P.J. Clarke’s adds to its winter menu. Among the new items are free-range chicken potpie, slow-braised beef stew with root vegetables and farro, and a barrel-cut filet mignon. [Grub Street]