Neighborhood Watch

An ‘Irish-Style’ Steakhouse for Midtown; Western-Themed Saloon Comes to Prospect Heights

Clinton Hill: Hot Bird will launch a food truck with Alan Harding at its helm within the next few weeks. [Brownstoner]
East Village: After just six months, Japanese import Matsukado has closed, owing more than $30,000 in back rent. [EV Grieve]
The former home of Cookout Grill is undergoing renovations to transform the space into a Japanese restaurant. [EV Grieve]
Midtown: David Amorelli, who previously worked under David Burke and Laurent Tourondel, is the executive chef at new “Irish-style gastro-steakhouse” Parlour Midtown. [Fork in the Road/VV]
Boi Noodles has postponed its grand opening until May 24. [Midtown Lunch]

Prospect Heights: Branded Saloon, a country-and-western–themed bar, will open on the corner of Vanderbilt Avenue and Bergen Street on May 27. [Brownstoner]
Williamsburg: The team behind Second Stop Café will open a juice bar called Get Juiced in early June; it will feature organic juices and smoothies made with ingredients from the rooftop farm at the Brooklyn Grange. [Free Williamsburg]

An ‘Irish-Style’ Steakhouse for Midtown; Western-Themed Saloon Comes