• Public Fare, Danny Meyer's concession stand at the Delacorte Theater, will be open for the debut of Shakespeare in the Park on June 10. [Zagat]
• Shea Gallante, the chef at Cru, will be leaving at the end of the month. [NYT]
Daniel Boulud's DBGB is accepting walk-ins prior to its 6/8 opening. [GS]
• Flex Mussels on the UES gets a single star in the Times today. [NYT]
Noah Tepperberg's Avenue opened last night. Wass Stevens and the Beatrice Inn's Angelo and Todd manned the door, Paul Sevigny provided the music, sister Chloë was in the house, and a jack and coke costed $19.20. [GS]

• Inakaya gets two out of six stars from Time Out's Jay Cheshes. [TONY]
• Bloomberg's Ryan Sutton tackles Keste, Emporio, and Veloce. [BN]
• A Q&A with Nick Anderer, who will be running the show at the forthcoming Danny Meyer restaurant inside the Gramercy Park Hotel. [TFB]
• Speakeasies are really popular right now, in case you didn't notice. [NYT]
• Merkato 55 is now Le 55. Please make a note of it. [Eater]
• The Oak Room is blaming its unpaid bills on its former chef. [GS]
• The Big Gay Ice Cream Truck will hit the streets as soon as it gets a permit. It will be parked in the West Village by day, outside Chelsea bars by night. [SE]