If you had dancing while holding a bowl full of spaghetti on your bucket list for the year, we have some good news. Georgia Room, an influencer-heavy party spot from the same team behind scene-y nightlife venues Jac’s on Bond and Ray’s Bar, is throwing a “spaghetti disco” on April 27. The lounge’s chef will pass out bowls of dancefloor spaghetti (gluten-free and vegan substitutions are available), while DJs spin disco tunes to boogie to. It’s all going down at the mezzanine level of Manhattan’s Freehand Hotel, starting at 8 p.m. until late. Tickets for entry are $25 per person and can be purchased online.
A wine bar from Roberta’s alums is coming to Greenpoint
Lise & Vito is set to open at 126A Nassau Avenue, near McGuinness Boulevard, from co-owner Brittany Myrick and her partners, who are alums of the bar and restaurant at Roberta’s. The Greenpoint wine spot, which is targeting a May opening date, will offer wine by the glass and bottle, with a full bar for cocktails, as well as beer and non-alcoholic options. There will be bar snacks for food, and the space will regularly host pop-ups, according to Myrick.
A Brooklyn seafood chain is accused of scamming its investors (again)
The Brooklyn District Attorney’s fraud unit is investigating claims that BK Lobster, a lobster roll chain, scammed its investors, the City reports. The chain has been at the core of four New York lawsuits in 2023 alone and 14 in total, according to the publication.
A taco truck was apparently stolen in Brooklyn
A taco truck that’s been parked at 18th Ward, a brewery in East Williamsburg, since 2019 was allegedly stolen on April 18. Its owners, the Gomez family, are fundraising to replace it; if the truck is recovered, funds will be donated to local food banks, the post reads.