Neighborhood Watch

Beacon Offers Free Wine; Three Angels by the Park Opens in Bushwick

Bushwick: Three Angels by the Park, a café with a patio in the rear, is open at 65 Irving Avenue. The café serves coffee imported by Stone Street Coffee Company, baked goods, and sandwiches. [BushwickBK]

East Village: To celebrate both Edible Manhattan’s East Drink Local Week and NY Craft Beer Week, Hearth has partnered with Fire Island Beer Company for a three-course menu of autumnal dishes, each paired with a Fire Island beer, available from September 24 to October 4. [Grub Street]

Louis 649 is closed until early October so that it can be repainted. [Fork in the Road/VV]

Greenpoint: Browerij Lane, located at 78 Greenpoint Avenue, hosts an Oktoberfest celebration this Saturday. From 1 to 10 p.m. the bar will serve half-liter mugs of five German beers along with free pretzels and sausages. [Greenpointers]

Midtown: Beacon offers a free bottle of wine for parties of two or more who dine in for lunch or dinner between now and October 10. [Midtown Lunch]

Park Slope: King of Cupcakes is opening at 240 Seventh Avenue. The bakery serves cupcakes, cookies, custom cakes, pies, pastries, bagels, gelato, and “the best damn coffee in Brooklyn.” [Brownstoner]

Upper West Side: Bello Sguardo is closed. Tolani, an international wine restaurant, will open in its place. [MyUpperWest]

West Village: EN Japanese Brasserie hosts “Four Workshops, 100 Dishes,” a tasting series starting on October 3, featuring chef Abe Hiroki and cookbook author Harris Salat. The workshops consist of Japanese seasoning on October 3; miso on October 24; fish on November 14; and noodles, nabe, and rice, on December 19. The cost is $85 per class or $295 for all four; call 212-647-9196 to reserve space. [Grub Street]

Beacon Offers Free Wine; Three Angels by the Park Opens in Bushwick