• A roundups of restaurants opening this week. [NYM, Eater]
• Scuderia, Silvano Marchetto's two-month-old restaurant, has ditched its chef, Claudio Cristofoli, after a handful of not-so-good reviews. [GS]
• Not much has changed at Soho's Delicatessen, reports The New Yorker: "If Topshop were a restaurant, it would be this restaurant. [NYer]
Daniel Boulud's DBGB Kitchen & Bar opens to the public in early June. The décor? The shelves feature old copper pots donated by famous chefs. [GS]
Dylan Lauren's candy store opened in a pop-up space inside a Hong Kong shoe store this week. A permanent location may be forthcoming. [WWD]
Mix Shake Stir, a cocktail book (obviously) dedicated to concoctions served up at Danny Meyer's restaurants, was published today. [EMD]

• The Pennyfeathers space on 7th Avenue South has a new tenant. [Zagat]
• The Chelsea branch of Mary Anne's has been closed due to a flood. [Eater]
• According to Waverly Inn chef John DeLucie's new memoir, The Hunger, table No. 217 is the worst in the house. "It's close to the kitchen door, where you can hear and smell everything." [NYM]
• You probably never thought you'd see the words "Alain Ducasse," "bistro crawl" "trivia," and "MTA day-pass" in the same sentence, did you? [Zagat]