Neighborhood Watch

Seamus Mullen’s Tertulia Opens Tonight; Wine and Roses Served Eviction Papers

Boerum Hill: Mile End is going on vacation today and won’t reopen until this Thursday. [Grub Street]

Chelsea: A couple of Germans are plotting to capitalize on New York’s newfound love of bier by opening Landbrot Bakery Bar, which will serve Teutonic food and drinks at two locations: 137 Seventh Avenue and 185 Orchard Street. [Crain’s]

East Village: JoeDoe is celebrating its third anniversary by offering snacks and specialty cocktails for $3 at the bar from 6 to 8 p.m. daily; the deal begins tomorrow and goes until Sunday, September 4. [Grub Street]

Flatiron: To celebrate its anniversary, San Rocco will be providing complimentary Menabrea beer from 6 to 8 p.m. tomorrow. [Grub Street]

Lower East Side: A new burger bar called Interstate Food & Liquor will open in the old Bunny Chow space this Wednesday. They’ll be open for lunch, dinner, and late-night dining, with breakfast to come later. [Bowery Boogie]

Brown Cafe will no longer offer dinner service, replacing it instead with special prix fixe dinner menus available for guests who make private dining reservations. [Grub Street]

Midtown East: Wall St. Burger Truck has started parking at 55th Street and Park Avenue, bringing with it grass-fed Angus burgers, fried chicken wings, tempura-battered onion rings, and other such fare. [Midtown Lunch]

Murray Hill/Kips Bay: Some mysterious goings-on at the former Mad for Chicken space hint that the restaurant may return to its old address. [Midtown Lunch]

Upper West Side: Wine and Roses has been served eviction papers for a host of violations, including (but not limited to) missed rent payments, past due taxes associated with the lease, and not paying the water bill and associated late fees. [MyUpperWest]

West Village: A number of area establishments have been either accidentally or intentionally keeping their Health Department letter grades visibly obscured, including Grey Dog, Berimbau, and Famous Ray’s Pizza, whose manager asked “Why does it matter?” when reached for a comment. [DNA Info]

Seamus Mullen’s Spanish restaurant, Tertulia, is set to open its doors for dinner tonight. Its hours will be 6 p.m. to midnight, Monday through Saturday. [Grub Street]

There was a fire this afternoon at Flea Market Cafe, leaving the bistro’s furniture charred and its entrance scorched. Thankfully, nobody was injured. [DNA Info]

Williamsburg: Loreley Williamsburg is hosting a $29 German beer tasting and three-course dinner, which will include nine different beers, multiple varieties of sausage, and Black Forest cake to finish. [Fork in the Road/VV]

Seamus Mullen’s Tertulia Opens Tonight; Wine and Roses Served Eviction