Shake Shack and Stumptown’s Affogato Giveaway; Osteria Morini’s Steak Special

Daruma-ya, an Izakaya and soba house, will replace Tribecas Greenwich Grill in April. The 60-seat restaurant will serve a menu featuring duck, Japanese bottarga, and sashimi sobas alongside a selection of sake, beer, Japanese whiskies, and craft cocktails. [Grub Street]

Free food alert: Shake Shack is teaming up with Stumptown Coffee and Jacobsen Salt Co. on a limited-edition affogato, which they will serve up for free tomorrow from 1 to 3 p.m. at Stumptowns brew bar on West 8th and MacDougal Streets. [Shakeshack/Instagram]

Steak lovers rejoice: Osteria Morini in Soho is now offering their 32-ounce 120-day dry-aged tomahawk steak along with two sides for $115 dollars every Wednesday. [Grub Street]

Blue Hill's savory yogurt line is now available in over 100 Whole Foods across twelve states, including Virginia and Ohio. The yogurts, which are made from 100 percent grass-fed milk, are available in flavors like carrot, beet, sweet potato, and parsnip. [Grub Street]

Warriors in Motions 1st Annual Master Chef Celebration will take place on March 26 from to 10 p.m. at the Metropolitan Pavilion. The event will feature dishes cooked by chefs like Pork Slope's Dale Talde, Harold Moore of Commerce, Lure Fishbar's Josh Capon, and Bill Telepan of Telepan Local. Tickets for the event, which benefit the Wounded Warrior Project and the Adaptive Sports Foundation, are $500 per person. You can donate to the cause through its Indiegogo campaign, which includes perks like $350 early bird discounted tickets to the Master Chef Celebration and a private cooking lesson from Sue Torres. [Grub Street]

Au Za'atar opens next Monday, March 10, at 188 Avenue A. The menu is based on family recipes of chef Salwa Fallous, a Lebanese native, and features dishes like falafel, grilled kebabs, Mediterranean cheeses such as halloumi, alongside plenty of organic and natural wines, craft beers, and housemade sangrias. While the restaurant officially opens next week, those who dine between now and March 10 will receive a 10 percent preview discount. [Grub Street]