Sprinkles to Give Away Free Cupcakes; MyMoon Debuts Molecular Menu

• Free cupcakes! Did we get your attention? Okay, you’ll 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 Santos’s 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 Santos’s “Duck, Duck, Goose,” whose savory menu is deliciously apparent. [Grub Street]

• Williamsburg’s 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. Corkbuzz’s master sommelier is doling out blind flights of three different wines for a mere $15 from 5 to 6 p.m. [Grub Street]

• Bob Holman’s 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 Mother’s 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 Paprika’s 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 we’ve come across in awhile: Bangladeshi and Chinese fusion. Voot-er Adda comes from the man behind midtown’s Biryani Cart and, despite the location, appears delectable. [Midtown Lunch]