Roberta’s Sneaks Into Manhattan; Euphoria Loves Rawvolution Loves East Village

Chelsea: Coppelia's Julian Medina is adding to his menu a sweet new prix fixe: torrejas de Olivia with blackberries, chocolate cake with dulce de leche buttercream, and a special daily dessert, all for $15. [Grub Street]


East Village: Euphoria Loves Rawvolution, a raw-food caf that also offers cleanses and the like, grand-opened today at 504 East 12th Street, near Avenue A. Its hours will be 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily. [East Village Local/NYT]


Bushwick favorite Roberta's will bring its food to the BMW Guggenheim Lab, which runs until mid-October. [Fork in the Road/VV]


Flatiron: Eataly's is celebrating its first birthday on August 31 by hosting Dine Around, a mammoth feast that'll be held every 45 minutes from 5 to 9:30 p.m. Guests will be served select plates from all six Eatalian restaurants, plus a slice of cake. Only 280 seats are available; reservations are $180 and can be made at Eataly.com. [Grub Street]


SD26 is debuting its Summer Wine Festival this week. Each night from tonight until Saturday, there'll be a different specially prepared dinner matched with four different wines available for $95. [Grub Street]


Hamptons: The first dinner in the Gilt City Hamptons House new dining series will be served on Friday, August 12, by Scott Conant of D.O.C.G. Enoteca in Las Vegas; Conant is "looking forward to bringing D.O.C.G. to the East Coast." This first menu will include lardo-wrapped shrimp, glazed pork loin, peach cobbler, and more. Two-person passes to the exclusive manse run for $1,500 a pop and grant access to the many dinners, cocktail hours, poolside barbecues, and movie screenings planned for the rest of the summer; they can be purchased at GiltCity.com. [Grub Street]


Lower East Side: Baramundi is teaming up with Saxelby Cheesemongers for its weekly Wine Discovery & Cheese Night, basically a $10 wine and cheese pairing every Monday night. [Grub Street]


Midtown West: Rockefeller Center got its own Harry's Italian today. [Midtown Lunch]


Murray Hill: The menu at the neighborhood's forthcoming Terroir will permanently put line cook Yoshi Nonaka's popular "family meal" Japanese fried chicken on the menu, so see mouthwatering video of that. [The Feast]


West Village: Alfama's launching a new special, "Get Happy in Portuguese." From 5 to 7 p.m. daily, diners at the bar can get two wines and a small plate for $10. [Grub Street]


Indian street food will continue its invasion of Lower Manhattan with a new South Indian creperie, under construction now at 190 Bleecker Street, near Macdougal Street. [Fork in the Road/VV]