Hakkasan’s Chinese New Year Menu; A Laundry Bistro in the Works

• Celebrate the Jewish holiday Purim with martinis and hamentashen at 92YTribeca on February 22. But forget your grandmother’s apricot fillings: Chef Russell Moss will fill his cookies with flavors like guava and cheese or toasted tomato with cinnamon and jalapeño. The event starts at 7 p.m. and tickets are $40 in advance or $50 at the door. [Grub Street]

• Michelin-starred Hakkasan will serve a menu in honor of Chinese New Year starting on February 9. Expect a dim sum platter, crispy sesame prawns, and wok fried scallops with Chinese chive. The menu lasts until February 24. [Grub Street]

• Chef Matthew Lightner of Atera will have a discussion with Adam Sachs from Bon Appétit and Travel + Leisure at 92YTribeca on Wednesday. The event starts at noon and tickets cost $21. [Grub Street]

• Spend Saturday in Greenpoint at the “Message in a Bottle” Valentine’s Market at From the Source. In addition to a photo booth and standard holiday shop fare, there will be edible and sip-able treats from Brooklyn Brewery, Dandelion Wine, Boylan Soda, Cafe Grumpy, Oven.ly, and Pie Corps. [Greenpointers]

• The Wash House, a laundromat-restaurant combo, is in the works on East 1st Street. According to EV Grieve, there will be a “full service laundromat,” free WiFi, TVs, and food, though a menu isn’t set. They’re also applying for a beer and wine license so customers can booze while they clean their clothes. [EV Grieve]

Hakkasan’s Chinese New Year Menu; A Laundry Bistro in the Works