More Details on Harold Dieterle’s Cookbook; KTCHN Restaurant Opens This Friday

Celebrate Macaron Day at Bouchon Bakery today. Your fourth macaron is complimentary with the purchase of any three macarons, with six flavors to choose from. [Grub Street]

On June 26, Amali will present some of Long Islands sustainable wines at this months wine dinner. Paumanok, Raphael, and Bedell vineyards will be included in the restaurants wine choices. [Grub Street]

The Tangled Vine Wine Bar & Kitchen has officially launched its Live Jazz Tuesdays for the summer. Every Tuesday, the wine bar will host a live jazz ensemble from 7 to 10 p.m. and offer wine specials, without any cover charges! [Grub Street]

Neapolitan pizzeria Luzzo's is now serving a special summer seafood pizza. The thin-crust Amalfi is topped with arugula, shrimp, mozzarella, and lemon slices for $18. [Grub Street]

On July 16, Brooklyn Brewery, Moon Hooch, North Highlands, and the Dan Piccoli Trio will join Nachos NY to host the third annual Guac Rock Boat Cruise. The night will include free chips and guacamole, music, and beers for less than $5. Advance tickets are $20; $25 at the door. [Grub Street]

Chelseas Pounds and Ounces now offers a new happy hour. From 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on weekdays and after 11 p.m. Sundays through Thursdays, dine at the bar and choose from a selection of $4 and $5 bar bites, like lobster BLT sliders and grilled artichoke hearts. [Grub Street]

Kin Shop and Perillas Harold Dieterle has collaborated with Toquelands own Andrew Friedman to publish Harold Dieterles Kitchen Notebook, set to print in fall 2014. The Top Chef season one winner will pair about 100 recipes with essays and tips. [Toqueland]

The Vinatta Project has announced its new chef and menu additions. Chopped veteran Marc Anthony Bynum is bringing in Southern traditional home-style comfort food to the menu. New features include house-made organic condiments, smoked meats, cornbread, and house-smoked chipotle BBQ ribs. [Grub Street]

LArtusi will host a cocktail dinner next Wednesday, July 27. Tickets are limited to two seatings of eight guests, at $125 per person, all inclusive. [Grub Street]

Panera Bread is opening another location in midtown. The Fifth Avenue spot will serve signature freshly baked goods, baked on-site every night. [Grub Street]

The Darby is hosting its first-ever Summertime Supper, a $45 three-course, prix fixe dinner on weeknights from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Menu stars include oysters on the half shell, Darby Waldorf salad, seared filet of beef, blackened shrimp, and a dark chocolate torte. [Grub Street]

Bellwether presents Boozy Nights, a three-night series of complimentary cocktail tastings to combat this weeks heat wave. Starting tonight at 7:09 p.m. to honor the summer solstice, Justin Lane Briggs will offer complimentary tastes of cocktails from his new menu as beverage director. [Grub Street]

ReSette will offer half-price tequila cocktails on Friday evenings this summer. Enjoy drinks like the Satin Cucumber Alacran tequila for $6 and patatine frittie bar bites for $5. [Grub Street]

Glaze Teriyaki is embracing this weeks heat wave, offering customers a buy-one-get-one-free deal on their fresh-chopped coconuts. Cool off with this $4 treat from now until Friday. [Midtown Lunch]

KTCHN Restaurant opens this Friday. The first straight-friendly urban resort will open just in time to celebrate Gay Pride. Master mixologist Duane Fernandez Jr. has stirred up an innovative cocktail list, with drinks like the Solar Power and the Hudson Caribbean. Menu features include marinated fluke with ginger and grapefruit and oyster with white peach granita. [Grub Street]