Freemans Restaurant

(Photo: Lisa Larson-Walker)

A man in his 20s is in stable condition at Bellevue Hospital after falling off the back of a food delivery truck at 4:30 a.m. yesterday morning near McCarren Park in Williamsburg. [DNA Info]

In a legal rarity, Adam Recio, the driver at fault in a 2012 Williamsburg hit-and-run that killed Raul De La Cruz, pleaded guilty to pedestrian manslaughter, though with the absence of a DWI. [Streetsblog NYC]

Yesterday Detective Anthony “Tony Bees” Planakis vacuumed a swarm of 24,000 bees from an B60 bus stop on Montrose Avenue. [DNA Info]

In Williamsburg, Bedford Avenue store owners—who face escalating rents—are criticizing street vendors who sell their wares on the block sans rent. [NY Observer]

Here’s an interactive map of all the artists participating in next weekend’s Bushwick Open Studios, which will consist of 557 events/locations. [Arts in Bushwick]

Olympic Restaurant, a 35-year-old diner on Essex and Delancey Streets, will be demolished to make way for the Essex Crossing development. [Jeremiah’s Vanishing NY]

Kitty’s Canteen—a new restaurant serving a Southern interpretation of traditional Jewish dishes and the latest project from The Box’s co-owner, Richard Kimmel—opened a few weeks ago on the Lower East Side. [Bowery Boogie]

Rockabus, which in the past offered $15 round-trip transportation from Williamsburg to Rockaway Beach, will not be in service this summer. [The Brooklyn Paper]

A round-up of 10 go-to pie places this summer includes Butter & Scotch at Smorgasburg in Williamsburg, The Redhead in the East Village, and the forthcoming Pigs ‘n’ Thighs location on the Lower East Side. [Grub Street]

After a months-long hiatus due to noise complaints from neighbors, Weekly Record Night has returned to Greenpoint Italian restaurant Adelina’s Fraschetta Romana. [NY Daily News]

This North Brooklyn visitor’s guide highlights the must-see spots if you’ve only got 48 hours to explore Williamsburg, Bushwick and Greenpoint. [Free Williamsburg]

Joaquin Baca of The Brooklyn Star in Williamsburg will cook alongside former Momofoku colleagues Peter Serpico and Christina Tosi at a $65-per-person dinner on June 23. Reservations are being accepted via email. [Eater NY]

All of Manhattan’s subway mosaics have been catalogued in a blog called NY Train Project, created by Williamsburg’s Adam Chang. [Gothamist]

See the St. Marks Place penthouse—complete with fireplace and two hammocks—available to rent this summer for $5,900. [Street Easy]