No. 7 Sub Super Bowl Orders; Bodega Negra Opens Next Week

Serge Becker's Bodega Negra will finally open its doors at the Dream Downtown next week, taking over the space formerly occupied by Marble Lane. The menu includes dishes inspired by Mexicos Yucatan Peninsula, including ceviches, tacos, and salads. It will be open seven days a week, from 5:30 p.m. until late. [Grub Street]

No. 7 and No. 7 Sub are still taking orders for their special Super Bowl Sunday menus through 6 p.m. tonight. Call 914-474-0390 to order fried chicken or the Muchos Nachos Siete Supremo, which the restaurant describes as six feet of radical nacho sandwich. [Grub Street]

Barbuto celebrates its tenth anniversary in February, and to share its success, it's added two more special events: On Monday, February 10, Tom Colicchio, Marc Vetri, and Jonathan Waxman will cook a four-course prix fixe meal ($150 per person, reservations by e-mail only to Jen@Barbutonyc.com). On Wednesday, February 12, classics like kale, Brussels sprouts, and roasted chicken will be served à la carte. [Grub Street]

The New Jersey Wine and Food Festival announced the lineup for its March 28 to 30 weekend, which includes guest of honor David Bouley as well as Ghaya Oliveira (Daniels executive pastry chef) and Saul Bolton. Chef Bouley will prepare a wine-cellar dinner on the festivals opening night, limited to 28 guests at $375 a head. Tickets for the festival are available here. [Grub Street]

Red Rooster launches a Midnight Brunch menu next week. Every Friday and Saturday at midnight, Marcus Samuelsson will transform the dining room into a dance floor, and there will be dishes like black-bean-and-sweet-potato tacos and a "snack attack" plate with assorted cookies and a shot of milk. [Grub Street]

Starting tomorrow, Corkbuzz Wine Studios chef Phil Conlon will offer Saturday brunch, with dishes like crème brûlée French toast and lamb shashuka. Conlon will also serve Bouillabaisse large-format dinners on Sunday nights, priced at $400 for parties of six. [Grub Street]