Former Sushi Park chef Machendra Chongbang filed a lawsuit against Maria Hrynenko— owner of the destroyed restaurant’s building on Second Avenue—after a gas line exploded in March, killing two and injuring others. [NY Daily News]

Check out Nicolas Heller’s short documentary, above, about Jim “Mosaic Man” Power, who wants to “mosaic the whole city.” [No Your City]

Police are looking for a man who followed a Williamsburg woman into her apartment building on April 18, grabbed her behind, and fled. [Brooklyn Paper]

Community Board 2 failed to support a Bond Street liquor license to Ken Friedman, the restauranteur behind The Spotted Pig. [Gothamist]

A new Japanese restaurant called SenYa opened last week at 109 First Avenue. [EV Grieve]

Johnny’s Favorite, a pizzeria connected to Lovecraft, recently descended on Alphabet City. [EV Grieve]

New Orleans speakeasy Loosie Rouge took up residency at 91 S. 6th Street in Williamsburg. [Eater NY]

Today at 5:30 p.m., The Avengers: Age of Ultron co-stars Elizabeth Olsen and Aaron Taylor-Johnson will discuss the film at Soho’s Apple Store. RSVP required. [The Skint]

Meet the winners and runners-up from this weekend’s NYC Hot Sauce Expo eating competitions, which took place in Greenpoint. [Fork in the Road]

See what you missed at Bushwick chocolatier Fine & Raw‘s waffle party this past Saturday. [Bushwick Daily]