TRIBECA — When Compose reopens in the fall, it will be called Atera. Doesn't quite roll of the tongue, but neither did the old name. [Zagat]
HAMPTONS — Several of the big Hamptons magazines and newspapers are refusing to cover the upcoming Marcus Samuelsson-hosted Dan's Taste of Two Forks event, because it's sponsored by rival publisher Manhattan Media. [NYP]
FORT GREENE — The team behind Greene Grape and Greene Grape Provisions are opening a spin-off cafe across the street called Greene Grape Annex, which will serve Blue Bottle coffee. They're also building a commissary kitchen to supply food for all of their locations. [Grub Street]
NOMAD — To celebrate the passage of the gay marriage bill, The Breslin and the Ace Hotel are offering 15% off the regular food and beverage minimum throughout the rest of 2011 for same-sex weddings in their event space Liberty Hall.
UPPER EAST SIDE — Racked NY has some new details on the Magnolia Bakery that's coming to Bloomingdale's. The bakery is slated to open in September. [Racked NY]
DUMBO — To promote the upcoming Meatopia fest, Bubby's in Brooklyn is roasting over a hundred pounds of pig tonight, and giving it away for free. The barbecue is first come first serve. Also: this weekend, Meatopia organizer Josh Ozersky will be manning a food booth at Smorgasburg, serving up Pat LaFrieda burger patties. [EaterWire]