Neighborhood Watch

Hardee’s and Little Louie’s Damaged in Fort Greene Fire; Mission Dolores Now Open in Park Slope

Fort Greene: Hardee’s and Little Louie’s were victims of the fire on Myrtle and Adelphi Saturday night. [Real Fort Greene, Local/NYT]

Lower East Side: The Breezy Hill Orchard & Cider Mill is now vending at Essex Street Market. [Bowery Boogie]

Murray Hill: Pranna introduces Break Out of Your Shell Sundays, a $25 three-course, made-to-share menu featuring lobster with a Southeast Asian twist and all-you-can-drink Pranna’s Spiked Punch. [Grub Street]

Park Slope: Mission Dolores, a new beer bar with courtyard space and pinball, is open on 4th Avenue and Carroll. [FIPS via Zagat]

Soho: L’Ecole updated its spring menu and added a two-course, prix fixe weekend brunch that comes with a basket of house-baked bread and pastries for $19.50. [Grub Street]

Upper West Side: Former Babbo sous-chef Mark Barrett will prepare a three-course meal for Henry’s Italian-American Wine Dinner ($49 for food, $74 with paired wines) on April 21. Menu items include Ligurian grilled calamari salad with a 2008 Tocai Friulano. Reserve a table here or call 212-866-0600. [Grub Street]

The Restaurant and Bar Collection will host A Taste of Jazz at the Time Warner Center on Friday at 6:30 p.m.

Chefs like A Voce’s Missy Robbins and Landmarc’s Marc Murphy will honor Jazz Day with dishes inspired by cities with famous Dixieland traditions. Tickets ($85) available here. [Grub Street]

Hardee’s and Little Louie’s Damaged in Fort Greene Fire; Mission