The facts are flying on this humdinger of a Monday edition. Read on, enjoy, and don't forget to see and tell.
· Suba co-owner Yann de Rochefort has taken over the long-empty L'Acajou space, plans on replacing it with Boqueria, an upscale tapas place that'll be open all day. [EaterWire]
· One East Village place closes, another opens: A reader writes: "Identity on East 6th closed by police," while there's a "possible new Vietnamese, Lan, in the East Village. There's already a Japanese place called Lan on 3rd Avenue, so it seems dumb that they chose that name." [EaterWire Inbox]
· The Spotted Pig keeps its celebrity-friendliness, looks to opening a third-floor semi-private dining room. [Eaterwire]
· Opus 22, formerly (sigh) Open, is now up for sale after the latest bouncer, um, "incident." [EaterWire]
· Word from the other coast: Ad Hoc, Thomas Keller's fourth addition to his Yountville empire (French Laundry, Bouchon, Bouchon Bakery), is now slated for sometime in July. Word from those who love Keller: Awesome. [EaterWire National]