Antica Pesa’s Summer Menu; A Voce Columbus Reopens

Antica Pesa launched its new summer menu this week, with rustic Italian dishes like gnocchi alla trapanese with basil and ricotta flan. [Grub Street]

The Squeeze, a juice and raw food cart, is opening two new locations. Its second food cart will be at the corner of Hudson and Vestry Street in Tribeca, and a pop-up shop will be located at Dossier Outpost on South Street Seaport. [Grub Street]

A Voce Columbus reopens for dinner tonight, starting at 5 p.m, after a fire closed the restaurant in May. Lunch service will resume this Thursday, July 17, and brunch on Sunday, July 20. [Grub Street]

John’s Pizzeria on the Upper East Side has shuttered its doors. Its original Bleecker Street location is, however, still open. [Eater NY]

• Little Nica, a Nicaraguan street-food pop-up from the team behind Little Muenster, opened today at 145 Front Street in Dumbo. The menu includes sweet plantains and quesillos, a handmade corn tortilla with cheese, pickled onions, and crema rolled into a cone. [Grub Street]

Jeepney, the Filipino gastropub, is hosting Tiki Tuesdays all summer long from 6 to 9 p.m. [Grub Street]

Experimental Cocktail Club launched its new summer menu today, with both vintage cocktails made with spirits from the 1940s through ‘70s and seasonal drinks. [Grub Street]

Jonty Jacobs, a South African-style biltong or jerky shop, is now open at 114 Christopher Street in the West Village. The store also carries caviar, cheese, smoked fish, and South African snacks. [Grub Street]

Antica Pesa’s Summer Menu; A Voce Columbus Reopens