(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

(Photo: Daniel Maurer)

Early Sunday morning outside Saints Peter and Paul church in Williamsburg, a statue of Jesus—that was recovered after being stolen in May—was cracked by a drunk pedestrian, who high-fived and kissed it. [DNA Info]

After sustaining flood damage two weeks ago, the not-yet-three-month-old Chinese restaurant Bing Kitchen resumed business on Orchard Street Monday. [Bowery Boogie]

Drunken Dumpling, a new soup dumpling destination, just opened at 137 First Avenue. [Grub Street]

On Second Avenue, The Gray Mare bar/restaurant recently replaced Dempsey’s. [Eater NY]

Tonight at Moscot Gallery & Music Space on the Lower East Side, photographers James and Karla Murray will fete their new book, Store Front II, with a Q&A, signing and free dim sum. [The Skint]

Here’s a roundup of eight new restaurants opening in Bushwick this fall, including Cape House and Jupiter Disco. [Bushwick Daily]

BondSt in Noho and 1 or 8 in Williamsburg made this list of the best sushi spots in NYC. [Refinery 29]

Nada Surf, which formed 24 years ago and has spent much of its recent time touring Europe, will play a show Saturday at the Music Hall of Williamsburg, which is located directly above the basement space where they used to practice. [Brooklyn Paper]