Prune's Burger & Bloody Deal; The Dead Rabbit Teams Up With Nitehawk

Starting today, Prune is reviving its Burger & Bloody deal: Together, they cost $20, and the deal is available at dinner Sundays through Thursdays from 5:30 to 7 p.m. While the restaurant's still offering its famous weekend brunch, it's not serving weekday lunch this summer. [Grub Street]

The Dead Rabbit's award-winning bartenders will kick off Nitehawk Cinema's "Spirits, Dinner and a Movie" series on Wednesday, August 7. The evening features a screening of Martin Scorsese's Gangs of New York with themed courses and cocktails served at specific moments inspired by the film. Tickets are $95. [Grub Street]

Food & Wine released a reader's poll of the twenty best burgers in America, with the Breslin and J.G. Melon ranked first and second. Five Guys won best burger chain. [Grub Street]

A farmers market has made its way to Dumbo, and it will be a regular fixture on Plymouth St. between Pearl and Jay St. on Wednesdays from 5 to 8 p.m. Update: It's just a pickup for a CSA, and the neighborhood is still bereft of farmers markets. [Gothamist]

Talula's Daily, the new community market in Philadelphia from the owners of Talula's Table and Stephen Starr, is launching a nightly supper club starting in August. Served after 7 p.m., the menu offers a family-style four-course meal. [Grub Street]