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Happy Hour at No. 7; ‘A Toast to Ray’ at d.b.a. Brooklyn

Brooklyn Bridge Park: The Bark Hot Dogs Pier 6 concession will now be open four nights per week, adding Thursday hours to its weekend-only schedule for the rest of the summer, starting tonight. [Grub Street]

East Village: The S’MAC kiosk opening at First Avenune and Houston Street, in the space of former Little Velselka, is expected to open early this fall. [EV Grieve]

Xoom smoothie shop opens its new location tonight at 244 East 14th Street; the grand-opening party is 3 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, and there will be free samples. [EV Grieve]

Fort Greene: No. 7 launches happy hour specials, featuring $3 pints, $5 well drinks, and $9 specialty cocktails Monday through Friday, 5:30 to 8 p.m. Plus, $3 double-decker broccoli tacos or French fries with your drinks. [Grub Street]

Greenpoint: Anella will host a five-course dinner in their garden this Tuesday, August 2, with beer from Brooklyn Brewery and pork from Fleisher’s. [Greenpointers]

Collapsible coffee stand Kickstand debuted its cold-brew coffee concentrate, with weekly delivery and bottle exchange. [T Magazine]

Meatpacking District: Gelato and sorbet from the Standard Grill’s pastry chef Frederick Aquino is now served at the crepe cabana on the rooftop of Le Bain. [Grub Street]

Midtown West: BLTs return to ’wichcraft, starting today. [Midtown Lunch]

Now through September 21, get a $1 Moretti beer with any pizza at PizzArte during lunch hours daily. There will be “Happy Arte” drink specials Monday through Friday, beginning at 4 p.m., at the bar. [Grub Street]

Park Slope: Organic burger joint Bareburger opened a Brooklyn location yesterday at 170 Seventh Avenue. [Here’s Park Slope]

Nourishing NYC will host “The Art of Eating Well” tonight at William Bennett Gallery (65 Greene Street), with all proceeds going to the Junior Chef Program. [NYDN]

Upper West Side: Calle Ocho is celebrating the opening of their new location at 45 West 81st Street with 20 percent off food tonight through Sunday. [My Upper West]

Williamsburg: Join the Good Beer Seal community in honoring Ray Deter at “A Toast to Ray” on August 1 at 7 p.m., at d.b.a. Brooklyn. Local breweries and restaurants will donate drinks and food; all proceeds will benefit the Ray Deter Memorial Fund. Tickets are $20 for all you can eat, or $50 including drinks. [Grub Street]

Happy Hour at No. 7; ‘A Toast to Ray’ at d.b.a. Brooklyn