— The Odeon recently introduced daily breakfast service because so many media big wigs now work in the area. Self magazine's Tatiana Boncompagni also tells the Times that "Little Park is editor central at breakfast time."
— Here's how to become the hero of your Midtown office this week:
MIDTOWN OFFICE DELIVERIES! Email firstname.lastname@example.org (12 pie min, 36 pie max, 24hr notice required) pic.twitter.com/WbJGecmbYe— Roberta's Pizza (@RobertasPizza) June 22, 2015
— A bottle of 1996 Château Lafite Rothschild costs $1,500 at Tribeca Grill and $4,600 at La Grenouille. This is one of many discoveries that full-time critic, part-time wine sleuth Steve Cuozzo makes on his journey through the shadowy world of wine mark-ups.
— The owners of neighborhood bakery Ciao for Now are closing their West Village location to focus on the East 12th Street outpost. The curtain goes down tomorrow.
— According to aging nightlife maestro Nur Khan, The Catskills are so hot right now.
— Ray Alvarez, the 82-year-old proprietor of Ray's Candy Store on Avenue A, is feeling good one week after heart surgery. He tells DNAinfo that he hopes to return to the shop next week.
— Bed-Stuy is about to get its first three legal sidewalk cafes.
— From now through July 12, Three's Brewing in Gowanus is serving a menu from the Battersby team.
— And finally, Danny Bowien turned a chile relleno into a burrito: