Neighborhood Watch

Edi & the Wolf Announces Brunch Menu; Betel Comes to Brooklyn Flea

East Village: Austrian restaurant Edi & the Wolf has introduced a weekend brunch menu: For $14, you get a dish of your choice, fresh orange or carrot juice, a coffee or espresso, and a complimentary bread basket that includes croissants and mini pain au chocolat. [Grub Street]

Sidewalk Café has shut down for renovations and claims to be reopening in the spring. [EV Grieve]

As EV Grieve reported earlier, Death & Co. wasn’t open last night as they were waiting for a liquor license renewal. We’ve received word that they still haven’t heard from the SLA and may be closed again tonight. [Grub Street]

Fort Greene: Following in the footsteps of Eddie Huang, Adam Woodfield of Betel will be preparing a menu at the Brooklyn Flea on Sunday, March 13. It includes a poached chicken and crab salad, Vietnamese-braised Wagyu beef, and yuzu lemonade. [Grub Street]

Lower East Side: The trendy taqueria Los Feliz has announced their new happy hour that shaves $2 off margaritas, among other food and drink specials, from 5 to 7p.m. While you’re there, check out their new dessert menu. [Bowery Boogie]

West Village: Chef Grant Achatz will be talking about his new book, his battle with cancer, and his Chicago restaurant Alinea at the James Beard House on Wednesday, March 9. You’ll be able to marvel in chef Achatz’s accomplishments while snacking on refreshments from Three Tarts. Ticketing info here. [Grub Street]

This Sunday, Fatty Johnson’s will throw its last pop-up event, featuring David Wondrich. It’ll close to become a still-unannounced concept from the Fatty crew. [Eater NY]

Edi & the Wolf Announces Brunch Menu; Betel Comes to Brooklyn Flea