Parlour Lounge and Restaurant Opens; Michael White Cooking Dinner for the Obamas Chez SJP

• Michael White is cooking dinner for the Obamas at SJP and Matthew Broderick's house tonight. You're not invited, and sadly, neither are we. [Fox News]

• Roger’s Parlour Lounge and Restaurant — a revamped upscale eatery in the Roger Hotel — opens today. Chef Julie Farias (Goat Town) crafted a menu with an array of shared plates, like Murray’s grilled cheese, oyster po’boys, and soda-dipped fried chicken. The big names behind Roger’s include Steven Kamali, John Flannigan, Anna Busta, and Johnny Swet. [Grub Street]

• Today’s happy hour at Vitae includes $5 margaritas featuring Siete Leguas Tequila and signature Salt Air Margaritas. The house cocktail and wine menus will be available too. The special will run from 6 to 8 p.m. [Grub Street]

• June 18 marks the beginning of the third annual Malaysian Restaurant Week, which will run until June 24. Participating Malaysian restaurants in New York, Connecticut, and New Jersey will offer special $20 three-course prix fixe menus. Other Asian-inspired restaurants will create Malaysian menus to celebrate the week. See participating restaurants here.

• Carroll Gardens' Bourgeois Pig will open its outdoor seating this week. [Grub Street]

• Some of Brooklyn’s most buzzed about food and drink brands will gather for the inaugural Brooklyn Batched tomorrow, June 15, at 6 p.m. on the East River in Greenpoint. The event will feature fare from Brooklyn Brewery, Brooklyn Gin, Bareburger, Sweet Lorens, and Twelve Oaks Bakery, among other Brooklyn-based start-ups. The event is free but RSVP is recommended to events@littleducksorganics.com. [Grub Street]

• Tender Trap in Williamsburg has been keeping its neighbors up with late-night dance parties. While customers dig the new outdoor patio and loud music, local residents are reportedly infuriated by the bar’s “boogie funk.” [DNAInfo]

• Jamie Mulholand of Goldbar and Surf Lodge recently bought Club Element. He intends to re-brand the valuable corner space as Five Nightclub — a three-floor, two bar-endeavor. Though there will be no kitchen, small bites will accompany $15 cocktails. The club is expected to be open Wednesday through Saturday nights from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. [Bowery Boogie]

The Windsor in the West Village will show all of the 2012 Euro Cup Games from now until June 19. Viewers can dine on high-end bar food like tuna tartare while mixologist Ben Scorah serves 100-calorie or less cocktails that price around $12. [Grub Street]