Grub Street Food Festival 2014, Seward Park: Davey's Ice Cream

(Photo: Scott Lynch)

This week, 100-plus Bushwickers participated in an anti-gentrification march led by the group Make the Road New York [MRNY]. [The Brooklyn Paper]

A cyclist who suffered a broken hip after being hit by a car on Williamsburg’s Union Avenue is being sued for $2K in damages to the automobile. [Gothamist]

According to the Airbnb report released by NY attorney general Eric Schneiderman yesterday, the majority of the site’s Brooklyn rooms available for rent are in either Williamsburg or Greenpoint. [DNA Info]

The associate director of the Two Bridges Neighborhood Council argues that the Lowline hasn’t been driven by community input and the underground space might be better used for a bus terminal. [The Lo-Down]

When construction begins next year on Greenpoint Landing’s park, its infrastructure will include hidden terraces and other measures meant to withstand hurricane damage. [NY Daily News]

In Brooklyn, a man is auctioning a 30s-era NYC subway car for $24K. []

See what’s on tap at George & Jack’s, which just replaced the Brooklyn Ale House in Williamsburg. [Gothamist]

Parmy’s Persion Fusion in the East Village is currently closed and morphing into an outpost of Ravagh Persian Grill, which opens Monday. [EV Grieve]

Tonight at 7:30 p.m., The Meat Hook is throwing an all-you-can-consume steak and beer event at Williamsburg’s Humboldt & Jackson restaurant; tickets are $95. [Eater NY]

Reebok FitClub Union Square will host a $55/person Juice Crawl around the neighborhood tomorrow from 1:30 to 5:30 p.m.. Also, Rookie magazine editor-in-chief and newly-minted Broadway star Tavi Gevinson will be at Housing Works Bookstore Cafe Wednesday at 7 p.m. to promote Rookie Yearbook Three. [Racked NY]

Mondays through Thursdays during the remainder of October, 150 Brooklyn restaurants will offer discounted meals as part of the sixth annual Dine in Brooklyn festivities (aka Brooklyn Restaurant Week). [Brokelyn]

Peek inside the Williamsburg studio of jewelry designer and 3D printer Adrienne Alaimo. [Racked NY]

A new round-up of the city’s top 12 brunch destinations singles out Maharlika in the East Village, St. Mazie in Williamsburg, Lobster Joint in Greenpoint, and Mominette in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

Craving high-end hummus? Head to Empellon Cocina in the East Village, Mile End in Noho, Zizi Limona in Williamsburg, and wd~50 on the Lower East Side (while you still can). [Grub Street]

Jason Schwartzman and his Listen Up Philip director Alex Ross Perry apparently conceptualized their new film while snacking at Lula’s Sweet Apothecary in the East Village. [Grub Street]