Court Street Grocers Delivers; Beautique Serves Australian Black Truffles

There's a "Hungry Bird" ticket option for the inaugural Taste of Bushwick on June 16. A mere $35 gets you access to lots of Sixpoint beer, plus Fritzl's Lunch Box, 1 Knickerbocker, Los Hermanos Tortilleria, Northeast Kingdom, and more. [Grub Street]

Aureole legend and OG River Café chef Charlie Palmer is opening a small-plates restaurant called Crimson & Rye in the Lipstick Building on 54th Street. Stefan Bahr is the chef, and target opening date is July 7. [Eater NY]

Real black truffles (tuber melanosporum) grow in Australia, apparently. It's currently truffle season there, so Beautique chef Craig Hopson, who is from Perth, has a bunch of them. Go get a four-course, $135 tasting menu, featuring scallops with truffle and gnocchi with truffle, while supplies last. [Grub Street]

Uri Scheft's illustrious and gluten-powered Breads Bakery team joins vendors Onigiri by Tampopo, La Newyorkina, Red Hook Lobster Pound, and more at Broadway Bites, Urban Space NYC's new seasonal pop-up market in Greeley Square Park, which opens tomorrow. Just look for the statue of Horace himself. [Grub Street]

You can now get dinner seven days a week at Long Island Bar, including specials. Also, co-owner Toby Ceccini is behind the bar tonight. [Long Island Bar/Twitter]

Sweetgreen is now serving a seasonal dressing made with Kaizen Trading Company's sunflower hozon. Kaizen is Momofuku Restaurant Group's division of all things fermented, and the hozon is made in the style of miso, but without soybeans. The $12.35 salad also includes roasted chicken, sunflower sprouts, kale, arugula, "mixed seeds," and basil. [Momofuku/Tumblr]

Along with salads and drinks, Court Street Grocers has made nine of its excellent sandwiches, including a patty melt and its famed pork-shoulder confit number, available for delivery on Caviar in Manhattan. [Grub Street]

On June 10, Fedora chef Mehdi Brunet-Benkritly will host Imran Uddin from Madani Halal in Queens for a wonderful-sounding dinner that includes dishes like Guinea hen rillette, lamb's tongue and gizzard salad, and "brick" Cornish game hen. The menu is here; tickets are $75. Call 646-449-9336 for more details. [Grub Street]

The Brooklyn Kitchen at Gotham West Market is selling what can only be called artisanal picnic baskets to-go, loaded with things like Olympic Provisions Paté, Anarchy in a Jar mustard, McClure's garlic dill pickles, Blue Hill Bay smoked whitefish salad, and much more, for $50 for four people and $75 for six people. [Grub Street]