Momofuku Milk Bar Coming to Montauk; Aldea Celebrating Portugal Day

Just in time for summer, Momofuku Milk Bar plans to open an all-new sixth location in Montauk with a menu set to include staples like iced coffee, crack pies, and slushies. MomoMontuak will be the chains first spot outside the city. [Eater]

The embittered feud between street-food vendors and Bay Ridge restaurateurs continues to get ugly. Halal cart operators have lawyered up in reaction to alleged racial harassment from Fifth Avenue restaurant owners and the NYPD, a city councilman, and Small Business Services have all been dragged into the fray. [NYDN]

The Polenta-palooza has come to Osteria il Paiolo and will stick around until Thursday. Based on northern Italian traditions, this polenta festival has the Williamsburg restaurant offering polenta tasting flights, a brand new polenta creation, and their signature "paiolo" dish at affordable prices. [Grub Street]

Three Sixty Tribeca Rooftop will host the "Wellness in the Schools" annual benefit tomorrow evening. The night's events include small-dish offerings from Craft, Barbuto, Telepan, and more, plus a silent auction. General admission tickets are $200, but VIP packages are also available. Find more info here. [Grub Street]

Aldea chef George Mendes is teaming with chefs from Douro and Um Segredo for a Dia de Portugal celebration on Sunday, June 10. The prix fixe, four-course luncheon will feature Portuguese-American dishes from each chef, wine flight pairings, desserts from Aldea's pastry chef, and more. [Grub Street]

Enjoy barbecue from the comfort of your couch: Brother Jimmy's BBQ products are now being sold in all of Long Island's King Kullen grocery stores. Pulled pork, chicken, and original sauces can all be bought if you live near one of the grocer's 55 locations.[Grub Street]

Miss Lily's Jerk Hut has an all new tent at Williamburg's Smorgasburg. The West Village Jamaican joint and their delicious jerk chicken will join the 100 other vendors at Brooklyn Flea's weekly food bonanza every Saturday throughout summer. [Zagat Buzz]

Over 300,000 wheels of cheese conservatively valued at 250 million euros were destroyed in northern Italy when an earthquake ravaged the dairy's warehouse. The quake was 6.0 on the Richter scale and killed six people across the country. [Mirror UK]