Tailor Launches Late-Night Menu; Hamptons More Exclusive Than Ever

Hamptons: Sounds like the poor state of the economy is weeding out this year's batch of beachgoers. [Down by the Hipster]
Park Slope: Lookout Hill Smokehouse needs to work on its pulled pork, but its beer and bourbon selection is legit. [Mouthing Off/Food & Wine]
Soho: Tailor launches its late-night menu tonight, which runs from 11 p.m. to 2 a.m. and includes plated dishes like grilled asparagus with poached-and-fried quail eggs and chorizo hollandaise, skate frites with purple potato tots, and the always-popular Tailor wings. [Grub Street]
A scathing crowd assessment at SubMercer: "The crowd itself isn't always up to par; you may find yourself mingling with the white v-neck-wearing Jersey set." Ouch. [Bottomless Dish/Citysearch]
Union Square: Savoy chef and Haute Barnyard guru Peter Hoffman is hosting a Greenmarket tour on June 25. [Zagat Buzz]
Williamsburg: The corner of Driggs Avenue and North 7th Street is getting a "Fiambreria and Queseria." Think it's "flaming cheese and fondue"? Let us know in comments. [Eater]