Tertulia’s New Late-Night Hours; Musicians Headline New Food Truck

• Satisfy your late-night cravings at Tertulia this evening, with new later hours. Starting today, the bar will be open until 2 a.m. on Fridays and Saturdays, serving a selection of Seamus Mullen’s embuditos, quesos, tostas, and bocatas. More of an early riser? Tertulia has also just opened its outdoor patio for lunch, dinner, or weekend brunch. [Grub Street]

• Latin flavor hits the midtown food truck scene with Blend Latin Fusion’s blackboard specialties. The Long Island City guys offer simple tacos, burritos, bowls, and Cuban sandwiches, best washed down with homemade lychee lemonade or passionfruit iced tea. [Midtown Lunch]

• Still searching for a pair of coveted tickets to the Great GoogaMooga? Until May 16, the Wines of Alsace will be awarding two pairs of tickets to their Limerick Challenge. Complete the last line of one of the two limericks on Facebook or Twitter with #AlsacePoem. [Grub Street]

• Marky Ramone has teamed up with Keith Album to feed the East Village late-night scene with their new Cruisin’ Kitchen. The “worldwide balls” truck, boasting “More Balls Than Most,” serves up globally inspired specialties — from chorizo balls with mango salsa to Marky’s own Marinara. [East Village Local/NYT]

• On May 20, Questlove will offer his signature “Love’s Drumsticks” for one night only at Momofuku Noodle Bar, following his chicken showdown with David Chang on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon. Guests will be able to sample the drummer’s acclaimed recipe and all proceeds from the sale of his drumsticks will benefit the Food Bank of New York City. Reservation requests begin today and are accepted for parties of six only. A limited number of walk-in spots will be available on the day of. [Grub Street]

Hotel Chantelle will launch their rooftop brunch series this Saturday at noon. Jeff Kreisel’s diverse crepe menu is paired with a classic list of brunch cocktails at $6 each. Brunch will be served on the roof every weekend this summer, rain or shine, with an elegant retractable roof. To celebrate their brunch series launch on Saturday, Dandy Wellington and his band will swoon diners until 4 p.m., when Hotel Chantelle will kick off their HEATWAVE party. Included in the line-up are Lauren Flax and Lily Vanilli. [Grub Street]

• For a whopping $3,500 incentive, participants in a Washington University in St. Louis study will be eating only fast food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner over the next three months, but with one immense catch. Members of the obesity study must gain at least 5 percent of their body weight before the deadline. [HuffPo]

• The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine has deemed Obama’s not-so-healthy fast-food runs not-so-photoworthy, pleading the White House not to release photos that might promote unhealthy eating to the public. [NYDN]

• The Guilty Goose will be serving a five-course dinner paired with a new line of “ancient ales” on June 4. Innovative classics like brasserie salad and duck-duck-goose terrine will be served along with beers modeled after archaic brews. [Grub Street]

Tertulia’s New Late-Night Hours; Musicians Headline New Food Truck