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After years of delays, Greenpoint residents will get to critique Newtown Barge Park’s final design drafts tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. at Dupont Street Senior Citizen Housing center. [Greenpointers]

Ella Lounge closed at the start of the year on Avenue A after a six-year run. [Bowery Boogie]

This time next week, Pies ‘n’ Thighs could be open for business on Canal Street. [Bowery Boogie]

Bruno Pizza, the forthcoming East Village eatery from Box Kite’s former chef duo, debuted a $30K Kickstarter fundraiser to buy an in-house flour mill. [Eater NY]

Williamsburg’s Brooklyn Winery submitted paperwork for a second location that will include a 63-seat restaurant in Crown Heights. [DNA Info]

For the first installment of its free winter film series, Pratt’s Brooklyn Fashion + Design Accelerator in Williamsburg presents the documentary Cotton Road tonight at 6 p.m. The wine-and-popcorn-fueled screening will be followed by a Q&A with director Laura Kissel and a clothing swap (RSVP here). []

Artist Raimundo Rubio of Greenpoint is selling small handmade sculptures created from materials found around McCarren Park. [DNA Info]

On Second Avenue, Mimi Cheng’s introduced egg-on-a-roll-inspired breakfast dumplings. [Grub Street]

Between January 16 and February 6, the L train will halt weekend service between 8th Avenue and Union Square. [Gothamist]

Greenpointers seeks vendors for its upcoming Valentine’s Day-themed artisan market, taking place February 8. [Greenpointers]

Read about Bushwick Art Crit Group, a nonprofit and monthly salon that “offers something unique, an evening without the cold face that the art world sometimes shows.” [Whitehot Magazine]