Tyler Kord’s Broccoli Cookbook; Sant Ambroeus Expands

Sant Ambroeus is set to open its newest venue, Sant Ambroeus Coffee Bar — its first to-go location — at the Loews Regency Hotel this coming Monday at 7 a.m. Alongside an espresso and cappuccino bar, Sant Ambroeus will offer warm paninis, chocolate mousse, and fresh rolls and focaccia. [Grub Street]

• The Long Island City Flea will return on April 5. The King of Falafel and Shawarma will join the Grateful Bread Company as new vendors, joining old favorites like Butcher Bar, Arborio King, and Luke’s Lobster. You can find the Flea at 5-25 46th Avenue in Queens. [Grub Street]

No. 7 Sub’s chef, Tyler Kord, has just completed his first Short Stack cookbook, and it’s all about broccoli. You can preorder it now. [Grub Street]

• If you’re still devastated about the Living Room’s closing, good news: It might be moving to Williamsburg. The owners spoke at a Brooklyn community board meeting last night and discussed the proposed relocation at 134 Metropolitan Avenue, between Max Fish and Nitehawk Cinema. [Bedford and Bowery]

• Looking to impress your loved one this Valentine’s Day? Order Olympic Provisions’ salami bouquet by February 11 for holiday delivery. Spring for the thirteen-stem bouquet and enjoy one of each of the purveyor’s twelve salami alongside a “chocolate salami.” [Grub Street]

Harlem Shake is now offering $15 adult “Happy Meals.” February’s combo includes a Vermont Cheddar grilled cheese, beef chili, and a glass of Ca’Donini Italian wine. [Grub Street]

• Nolita’s Taco Bus may also be making the jump to Brooklyn, after its owner Dario Wolos spoke on the restaurant’s behalf at last night’s Bushwick community board meeting. Though he faced opposition by board members, Wolos hopes to bring his Torterilla Grattan to 20 Grattan Street, between Morgan Avenue and Bogart Street. [Bedford and Bowery]

Tyler Kord’s Broccoli Cookbook; Sant Ambroeus Expands