Last week, the team behind the 130-year-old Peter Luger Steakhouse in Williamsburg sued the owner of Carl von Luger Steak and Seafood in Scranton, Pennsylvania for copyright infringement. [Reuters]

The current iteration of Webster Hall will reportedly close during the second week of August. [EV Grieve]

In a meeting Friday at MTA headquarters, a Williamsburg Bridge high-occupancy vehicle lane was presented as an option to help alleviate some of the commuting inconvenience caused by the upcoming 15-month L train shutdown. [NY Daily News]

Starting today on Metropolitan Avenue property previously occupied by White Castle, 16 subsidized units at a forthcoming 81-apartment residence are available via a housing lottery. [Brokelyn]

Allen Street Peruvian eatery Baby Brasa recently debuted a second, larger outpost on Seventh Avenue. [Eater NY]

Scroll through a virtual college from last week’s 1th annual Dance Parade and Festival, which snaked through the East Village. [Gothamist]

Tour the new multi-million dollar apartments now occupying the former site of a Houston Street pentecostal church. [Curbed NY]

Night of Joy and Extra Fancy in Williamsburg made this round-up of “10 Brooklyn bars to impress your Tinder date with this summer.” [Brokelyn]