Sprinkles to Give Away Free Cupcakes; MyMoon Debuts Molecular Menu

Free cupcakes! Did we get your attention? Okay, youll probably want the details Sprinkles Cupcakes will be giving away one free cupcake per customer this Thursday to celebrate the one-year anniversary of their New York opening. [Grub Street]

Chef David Santoss Um Segredo supper club, the clandestine, fourteen-seat dinner party that takes place in secret locations across the city, has announced its late-May events, including a May 17 Portuguese dinner and a May 18 vegetarian meal. The most mouthwatering date is May 25, for Santoss Duck, Duck, Goose, whose savory menu is deliciously apparent. [Grub Street]

Williamsburgs MyMoon has debuted an inventive, all-new menu, courtesy of new chef Ivan Vilches. The el Bulli protégé has turned tapas slightly on its ear, offering smoked sea bass, octopus with potato foam, and salt-cooked foie gras. [Brooklyn Paper]

Corkbuzz Wine Studio has brought their thrifty Friday Blind Tasting Happy Hour to Mondays. Corkbuzzs master sommelier is doling out blind flights of three different wines for a mere $15 from 5 to 6 p.m. [Grub Street]

Bob Holmans Bowery Poetry Club, which opened up back in 2002, is finally vying to open up a restaurant from within and has taken to Kickstarter to raise the $50,000 necessary to do so. [Bowery Boogie]

Still looking for that last minute Mothers Day gift? A $500 food and wine getaway sounds great to us. The Lake Placid Lodge is giving away just that to the first three guests who reserve a room or cabin at their Relais & Chateaux property. Yes, mom is definitely worth the five-hour drive north. [Grub Street]

In more crowdsourcing news, East Harlem Café is on the verge of foreclosure and aims to raise $10,000 via Indiegogo in 30 days for kitchen supplies, equipment, and more. [Indigogo]

Discounted wine is always a good thing, which is why Paprikas Half-Off Wine Mondays is perfect. The northern Italian eatery normally offers bottles from $28 to $91, but Monday night patrons can slash those prices by 50 percent. [Grub Street]

Jamaica, Queens, just scored one of the more interesting restaurants weve come across in awhile: Bangladeshi and Chinese fusion. Voot-er Adda comes from the man behind midtowns Biryani Cart and, despite the location, appears delectable. [Midtown Lunch]