Neighborhood Watch

Mulberry Project Begins Brunch Service; Graffit Changes Name to Gastroarte

Bronx: The Greenmarket opens at the New York Botanical Gardens today and will be open every Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. through November 23. [Boogie Downer]

East Village: Michael “Bao” Huynh’s space at 115 St. Marks Place is under renovation yet again and is on the docket for Monday night’s CB3/SLA meeting under the name the Saint Marks Red House, marking his third restaurant in the space this year, after he changed DOB111 to Barbao back in January. [EV Grieve]

The Department of Health shuttered Quintessence. They are making “emergency repairs” and will reopen tomorrow. [EV Grieve]

Flatiron: GreenSquare Tavern is hosting “The Holga Show,” a photography exhibition of pictures taken with a toy camera by Carol Dronsfield. [Grub Street]

Gramercy: Pure Food and Wine has teamed up with Edible Manhattan for their Eat Drink Local week and will be serving a special $50 three course prix fixe dinner of all locally sourced food and drinks from June 24 to June 30. [Grub Street]

Midtown: The third Pierre Loti location opens today at 300 1/2 East 52nd Street, with 40 by-the-glass wines and French-Turkish plates. [Zagat Buzz]

Cupcake Stop and Sweetery NYC are both giving away free 100-person office parties this week. For one of the two Cupcake Stop parties available, help them name their two trucks via Twitter by Friday; and for Sweetery, comment on their Facebook page as much as possible by the end of the month. [Midtown Lunch]

Little Italy: Mulberry Project will start serving brunch this weekend all day from 11:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Check out the new brunch menu. [Grub Street]

Tribeca: White & Church will open in the old Il Matto space on Friday. [Tribeca Citizen]

Upper East Side: The fifth graders at P.S. 6 planted tomatoes, leeks, basil, and zucchini at the rooftop eco-center they built to realize the dreams of their beloved teacher Eric Dutt, who passed away in 2007. [DNA Info]

Upper West Side: Things got so unpleasant with that Graffit-Graffiti beef we told you about that Jesus Nuñez has gone and renamed his restaurant “Gastroarte.” Which, honestly, is probably a better name anyway. [Eater NY]

Williamsburg The Finger on the Pulse BBQ at Good Co. we told you about is tonight from 7 to 10 p.m. [Grub Street]

Mulberry Project Begins Brunch Service; Graffit Changes Name to Gastroarte