• Yesterday's Post piece on restaurants charging for things like water and bread and butter provoked a wee bit of controversy. Frank Bruni thinks more restaurants should be charging for bread. And Bobo's Carlos Suarez would like you to know the water fee goes to charity, so simmer down. [NYT, GS]
Sasha Petraske's Dutch Kills may open as soon as this Friday. [UD]
• The Beatrice Inn (which is still closed, FYI) has been vandalized. [Eater]
• The latest secret bar you'll hear a lot about, but will probably never visit in person: Bohemian, which requires a swipe key to get in, and is "tucked into the back of a building that used to belong to Andy Warhol," if that's any help. [GS]

• Chris Cannon and chef Michael White chat with W about their forthcoming new restaurant Marea. Oh, and Cannon has is still pissed at his former partner, Scott Conant, just in case you were wondering about that. [W]
• The best BYO spots around town with corkage fees of $10 or less. [W&D]
• Out in the Hamptons, Matt Levine (of Eldridge infamy) is taking over the Saracen space and opening a spot called Georgica. [GoAG]
• A look at Brooklyn Bowl, the new sixteen-lane bowling alley and concert venue—with food by Blue Ribbon—that's coming soon to Williamsburg. [GS]
• The top 10 meatballs in New York City. [TFB]