Neighborhood Watch

Jane Ballroom Raided; Café Boulud Reopens This Week

Cobble Hill: The Atlantic Antic Street Festival featured nachos, grilled sardines, antique buses, and a “breastaurant.” [Me So Hungry]

Lower East Side: Mark Bello, celebrated pizza-making instructor and owner of Pizza a Casa, will be opening his first retail spot at 371 Grand Street, which formerly housed Green Apple Cleaners. [Lo-Down]

Midtown West: The Schnitzel & Things truck, which has been stationed at 52nd Street and Sixth Avenue, has been consistently mobbed by lines of 30–40 people at a time. [Midtown Lunch]

Upper East Side: If you’ve been longing for Gavin Kaysen’s cooking, you’re in luck this week. After closing in late August for renovations, Café Boulud reopens on Wednesday. [Feed/TONY]

West Village: The beleaguered Jane Ballroom was raided early Friday evening, but it wasn’t forced to close. [Eater]

Williamsburg: Wannabe urban farmers, take note: Pete’s Candy Store hosts a lecture at 7:30 p.m. tonight with one of the masterminds behind Rooftop Farms, a 6,000-square-foot farm on top of a Greenpoint warehouse. [FREEwilliamsburg]

Jane Ballroom Raided; Café Boulud Reopens This Week