Preview the eats at Birds & Bubbles, opening Tuesday on Forsyth Street. [Grub Street]
In Greenpoint, Dusty Rose Vintage—which closed its Nassau Avenue warehouse earlier this year—reopened three days a week on Greenpoint Avenue. 
A new Asian-inspired restaurant has filed paperwork with Community Board 3 to open in the current home of 10-month-old Rosette at 171 East Broadway. [Bowery Boogie]
Today from 3 to 6 p.m., menswear line Ministry of Supply will have a one-day-only pop-up shop at 74 Orchard Street. Sunday, the fifth annual TASTE Williamsburg event takes place from 1 to 5 p.m. at 90 Kent Avenue ($25 gets you food from four vendors plus two drinks; $45 gets you eight noshes and four drinks). And bring unwanted jeans to J.Crew this month to receive $20 off your next denim purchase. [Refinery 29]
Tomorrow from 5 to 10 p.m., the opening of a new pop-up show of bike-themed posters, ARTCRANK, will be feted at Brooklyn Brewery (free; signed prints cost $50). Also happening in Williamsburg Thursday: photographer Nathan H. Ellis will debut a new exhibit at communal workspace The Yard titled, “A Wandering Camera: Portraits of Greenpoint.” [Free Williamsburg]
Oak—a boutique with locations in Noho and Greenpoint—sells an $81 candle called, “McKibbin and Bogart” after the Bushwick intersection.