Tickets on Sale for the Brooklyn Local; Tenpenny’s New Prix Fixe

Astoria: Queens Kickshaw has started offering one-liter to-go growlers of iced coffee for $11; beer growlers to come later. [Grub Street]
Chinatown: The street vendors on Forsyth Street under the Manhattan Bridge, collectively known as the Forsyth Market, have all been kicked out following a police crackdown. [Gothamist]

DUMBO: Per Se-trained chef Brad McDonald has started an online petition to get a liquor license for No Name Hunt Club, the new restaurant he's planning for 1 Main Street, near Plymouth Street. [Dumbo NYC]
Tickets to the Brooklyn Local fundraiser that we mentioned City Harvest was throwing go on sale today; they can be purchased at cityharvest.org. [Grub Street]
Flatiron: V Magazine, probably having heard that duck is the hip meat du jour, filmed themselves hanging out with Nuela with executive chef Adam Schop as he prepared his signature arroz con pato. [V]
Gramercy Tavern has new seasonal drinks and desserts on the menu. Summer sweets include the pecan-crumb-topped peach pie, served with ice cream, and the blackberry streusel cake; drinks range from alcoholic options like the Grey Gardens ("like an herbal garden martini") and the rum-based Pineapple Painkiller, to non-alcoholic fare like the virgin cosmos and coffee from Blue Bottle. [Grub Street]
Lower East Side: il Laboratorio Del Gelato has reopened in its original location at 95 Orchard Street. [Bowery Boogie]
Tiengarden, which recently closed for having been issued 76 violation points by the Department of Heath, has reopened with a "Grade Pending" sign. [Bowery Boogie]
Midtown East: The city's second Potbelly Sandwich Shop opens this Wednesday at 150 East 44th Street, between Third and Lexington Avenues. [Midtown Lunch]
Tenpenny is serving a new prix fixe every weeknight from 5 to 7 p.m., starting tonight. The $38 special, dubbed "Before the Show or After Work or Just Because," allows guests to select their own combination of snack, appetizer, entrees, and dessert; wine and cocktails may be ordered separately. [Grub Street]
Soho: The BYOB Piazza 17 now has square-sliced Roman pizzas at 17 Cleveland Place, near Kenmare Street. [Zagat Buzz]
Union Square: The Bean Coffee and Tea is expanding with a second store at the corner of Broadway and 12th Street. [EV Grieve]
Upper West Side: Alouette is offering $75 worth of dinner for $35 tonight. [MyUpperWest]
West Village: Seamus Mullen's Tertulia has put up branded awning at 359 Sixth Avenue, near Washington Place. [Fork in the Road/VV]
Vagabond Cafe has put up signage at 7 Cornelia Street, near West Fourth Street; its website says it's looking to open this summer. [Fork in the Road/VV]
Williamsburg: St. Anselm is now serving sweet-tea-braised young chicken, which comes with the fowl's head and claws still attached. [Fork in the Road/Village Voice]