Neighborhood Watch

Rouge et Blanc Debuts Lunch; SoulCycle Offers Shopping, Cooking Tours

Clinton Hill: Soco, a Cajun and southern fusion restaurant, will open at 509 Myrtle Avenue in May. [Local Fort Greene/NYT]

A Mexican joint called Salva Vida will open at 291 Greene Avenue in the next two weeks. The restaurant will serve tacos, burritos, soups, and salads. [Brownstoner]

East Village: Wai? Café is relocating to 182 Avenue B in May. [EV Grieve]

Harlem: In honor of the season, 67 Orange Street is rolling out a spring cocktail and food menu featuring drinks like the East India Trading Co. Punch (clove-infused Batavia Arrack, lime, honey syrup, brandy, ginger, bitters, for four to six people), as well as dishes such as deviled eggs three ways, and chicken and red-velvet waffles. [Grub Street]

Lower East Side: La Cremeria will open at 178 Mulberry Street. The shop plans to serve Italian ice cream, frozen desserts, cakes, and fruit ices. [Bowery Boogie]

Midtown West: Piccolo Café offers free coffee with breakfast sandwiches all day. [Midtown Lunch]

Park Slope: A new dumpling joint, Dumpling and Things, opens at 6th Street and Fifth Avenue. [Fucked in Park Slope]

Soho: Starting tomorrow, Rouge et Blanc will offer a lunch menu from 11:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesdays through Sundays. The menu includes dishes like pork belly and fried oysters bánh mì, smoked brook trout bánh mì, spring-roll salad, and crème brûlée. [Grub Street]

Union Square: Starting this Saturday, SoulCycle will offer a weekly 8:30 a.m. cycling class, followed by shopping and cooking tours at the Union Square Greenmarket. [Grub Street]

Rouge et Blanc Debuts Lunch; SoulCycle Offers Shopping, Cooking Tours