Neighborhood Watch

Times Square Gets a Coffee Bean; the Hallo Berlin Cart Returns to Its Rightful Spot

Chelsea: Eolo starts serving breakfast tomorrow morning with a menu of Italian-influenced savory eggs and sweets from 8 a.m. to noon every day, extended to 3:30 p.m. on the weekends for brunch. All breakfast items are available for sit-down service or takeout. [Grub Street]

East Village: The former Le Souk space is on the market for $25,000 per month. [EV Grieve]

Next Tuesday is Terroir’s Summer of German Riesling concert cruise, which sails the New York Harbor with three bands performing and all-you-can-drink Riesling. You can buy the $40 ticket here. [Grub Street]

Flatiron: Almond is having a Bastille Day Dinner Party tomorrow night from 6 to 11 p.m. with a $35 three-course French-themed prix fixe menu. If you’re not celebrating, the regular à la carte menu will also be available. [Grub Street]

Lower East Side: A new Argentine culinary team headed up by chef Nicolás López is reinventing Azul’s traditional Argentine menu, bringing in countryside staples like wild boar and lamb tongue with a contemporary twist. [NYDN]

Midtown East: After a year and a half, the Hallo Berlin Express cart is back in its original spot on 54th Street and Fifth Avenue. [Midtown Lunch]

Midtown West: In an attempt to alleviate your Treats Truck cravings since the food-truck crackdowns, it will be offering free delivery (with a $10 minimum) every Wednesday from noon to 4 p.m., for a limited time only. [Midtown Lunch]

L.A. chain the Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is opening its first East Coast location on 1412 Broadway at 39th Street in mid-August, with two more set to open within the year. [Grub Street]

The old Teriyaki Boy space on 48th Street and Seventh Avenue has been replaced by Swissmaker, a European pretzel shop that sells all kinds of pretzels, from flavored and chocolate-covered pretzels to sandwiches on pretzel rolls. [Midtown Lunch]

Upper West Side: Tickets are on sale for Landmark Feast, a four-course family-style meal served at the Museum of Natural History, prepared by the top Upper West Side chefs John Fraser, Bill Telepan, Jonathan Bento, and Johnny Iuzzini. Tickets for the $250 sit-down farm dinner from 6 to 9 p.m.; a $100 option for cocktails and tasting from 4 to 6 p.m. is available here. [Grub Street]

West Village: Cowgirl is holding a fund-raising event on Sunday night from 6 to 10 p.m. to help pay for a bone-marrow transplant for their long-term bartender’s cousin with leukemia. [DNA Info]

Times Square Gets a Coffee Bean; the Hallo Berlin Cart Returns to Its Rightful