Littleneck Team Opening the Pines; L’Asso EV Adds Lunch

• The restaurant gurus behind Littleneck are opening a new restaurant down the block called the Pines. According to Eater, their chef Alan Harding will also be a part of the collaboration, but the head chef is to be Angelo Romano, formerly of Roberta’s, Lupa, and Masten Lake. [Eater NY]

Kutsher’s Tribeca is now delivering for lunch and dinner via SeamlessWeb or by calling the restaurant at 212-431-0606. Just in time for summer, Kutsher’s has also added some additional menu items, which include some traditional favorites like pan-roasted organic salmon, barbequed beef flanken, and Creekstone Farms dry-aged prime bone-in rib eye. L’chaim! [Grub Street]

• The Inaugural Preakness Party at Siro’s will bring authentic horseracing culture to the Manhattan restaurant scene on this Saturday with a special $3.75 menu of bar bites including flatbread pizza, chicken tenders, jalapeño poppers, and handcut fries. Siro will also have a happy-hour special of half off all drinks from 3 to 7:30 p.m., and if Siro’s winning pick, I’ll Have Another, wins the race, everyone will receive another round of drinks on the house. [Grub Street]

L’Asso EV will be opening for brunch and lunch everyday from 11:30 to 4:30 p.m. beginning tomorrow. Expect many of the Mott St. location’s regular menu items, as well as a few new ones. [Grub Street]

• In conjunction with American Craft Beer Week, 508 GastroBrewery and its brewmaster Anderson Sant’Anna De Lima, along with Brooklyn Brewery,
Kelso, and others who comprise NYC Brewer’s Guild will be holding a special event to celebrate the group’s formation, featuring some of the members’ more obscure beers as well as food by 508 and Eataly. The event will take place next Tuesday from 7 to 10 p.m. at Brooklyn Brewery; tickets are $75 per person and can be purchased online. [Grub Street]

• Beginning Saturday, June 2, through October, Millbrook Winery will begin hosting its summer Vineyard Express tour on Saturdays and Sundays. For $85 per person, patrons will be shuttled by bus to the winery where they’ll enjoy lunch and a glass of wine at the Vineyard Grille, followed by a guided tour of the winery and grounds and a portfolio wine tasting (minimum of five wines). Tickets, directions, and information can be found on Millbrook’s website. [Grub Street]

Littleneck Team Opening the Pines; L’Asso EV Adds Lunch