Atrium Dumbo Does $1 Oysters; Tacombi Gets Its Liquor License

Manzanilla will welcome fall with a new seasonal menu, with dishes like wild boar paella and roasted butternut squash with eggplant and sherry vinegar. Chef Garcia has also expanded the restaurant's tapas menu. [Grub Street]

Tacombi at Fonda Nolita has received its liquor license, and, starting September 17, it will offer three styles of mezcal: Joven, Reposado, and Anejo. [Grub Street]

On Monday, September 16, explore the fifth taste of umami at a dinner with chef David Santos at Louro, where he'll highlight fermentation and pickling projects. It costs $65 per person; for reservations, call 212-206-0606. [Grub Street]

Celebrate Mexican Independence Day on September 15 at 9 p.m., at the Hôtel Americano. The five-course meal costs $95 per person. Call 212-216-0000 for reservations. [Grub Street]

Five Leaves Restaurant is celebrating its fifth anniversary on September 17 by reimagining its opening cocktail list from 2008. The menu will include new takes on classics like the Moscow Mule and Cuban Sidecar. Cocktails will be available for one night only, and cost $10 each. [Grub Street]

Newly opened Atrium DUMBO is introducing a happy hour with drink specials and $1 oysters. The oysters are from Prince Edward Island, and will be served with apple-cucumber mignonette, aged Sherry vinegar, and lemon wedges. Happy hour is every day of the week from 5:30 to 7 p.m. [Grub Street]