At the New York Pizza Festival in Bushwick Saturday, attendees who paid up to $75 each complained that very little food was actually served, prompting an inquiry from New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman’s office. [Eater NY]

Barnes & Noble Union Square began distributing wristbands at 7 a.m. today for a Hillary Clinton book signing happening later this morning.

Twenty-year-old art and new media hub Eyebeam will relocate from Sunset Park to Bushwick. [Bushwick Daily]

A new Indonesian eatery, Bali Kitchen, opens for business tonight at 128 E. Fourth Street. [EV Grieve]

Taste of East Village, a foodie fundraiser for the Cooper Square Committee’s initiatives, returns Saturday for its second go-around. [Broadway World]

On Prince Street, “farm-t0-counter” chain Dig Inn will officially replace Back Forty West next Wednesday. [Bowery Boogie]

Bordering Williamsburg and Bushwick is 99 Scott, a new event space that can hold 3K people. [Brooklyn Based]

The team behind Noho favorite The Smile is readying another restaurant, Old Rose, at Chesea’s Jane Hotel. [Grub Street]