ReBar Owner Jason Stevens’s Prison Sentence; Charlie Palmer’s Crimson & Rye Opens

• Jason Stevens, reBar’s former owner, has been sentenced to tax fraud and grand larceny. Stevens will serve three to ten years in prison for stealing $200,000 in sales tax, and he also admitted to failing to collect $1.2 million in sales tax. [Real Deal, Related]

• Tonight, Charlie Palmer’s Crimson & Rye opens to the public. Located in the Lipstick Building at 198 East 54 Street, the restaurant has a craft cocktail bar and a menu that includes shared plates like corn pancakes with caviar. [Grub Street]

The Musket Room has a new summer bar snacks menu, with bites like buffalo sweetbreads and bone marrow with uni and orange. [Grub Street]

• Asian-American sandwich shop Red Star is opening on July 27 in Boerum Hill, at 176 Smith Street. The menu includes sandwiches like miso-marinated BLT and tofu and tempura eggplant with shitake marmalade, as well as ice cream from Chinatown Ice Cream Factory. [Grub Street]

• The registration for the second session of Danny Meyers’s Union Square Hospitality Group wine education course just opened. The class, which will begin in mid-September, is aimed at those who have basic wine knowledge and would like to build on it. More information and registration here. [Grub Street]

Food & Wine partnered with Mouth so you can buy 20 (with new items added each month) of the magazine’s summer must-haves, like raspberry and hibiscus marshmallow cookies. [Grub Street]

ReBar Owner Jason Stevens’s Prison Sentence; Charlie Palmer’s