A Magnolia Bakery for Midtown; Is Tap Water Safe?

• A third branch of the ever-popular Magnolia Bakery is set to open in midtown come late September. [NYT]

• Wine Bar Food, a tapaslike stand with a focus on Mediterranean flavors, is the newest addition to the culinary offerings at the U.S. Open this year. And it doesn’t require one of those pesky memberships the formal restaurants require. [NYS]

• This video of how Clo’s virtual wine menu works proves that it would be difficult to use when feeling tipsy. [CBS]

• Americans are ditching bottled water for the tap in order to save some costs, but is that water even safe for consumption? Generally speaking, it’s not. [WSJ]

• Out with the old, dense Cabernets from Napa, and in with the new, more elegant ones. [NYT]

• Harlem soul-food restaurant Amy Ruth’s signed a lease last October to open a location on the Fulton Mall in Brooklyn, but now, almost a year later, it seems the deal may have fallen apart. [Brooklyn Eagle]

Home is set to reopen tomorrow after several months of renovations. The restaurant has a new kitchen as well as a garden area that will be heated and open year-round. [NYS]

• Tacos are all the rage in the Hamptons right now, and they’re authentic versions, too! [NYT]

A Magnolia Bakery for Midtown; Is Tap Water Safe?