The married owners of the recently-closed East Village spot Joe and Misses Doe will helm Georges Vongerichten’s soon-to-open Fire Island eatery. [EV Grieve]

Local politicians and advocates will lead a rally Thursday night in Greenpoint for a better citywide Loft Law. That same night, a new exhibition space, the Batu Museum, will debut at Grand Street’s Shin Gallery. [Art F City]

At Falafel Guys on Rivington Street, the new owner (an immigrant from Bangladesh), is trying to quickly cobble together $10K for plumbing upgrades. [Bowery Boogie]

On Thursday, the Museum of Food and Drink [MOFAD] in Williamsburg will host a $30/person event called “The Vodka Contract: Rediscovering Vodka in the Heart of Polish Brooklyn.”

Brooklyn non-profit Center for Community Alternatives will sponsor an $8/person concert/fundraiser on Friday evening at Silent Barn in Bushwick. [Gothamist]

Tour one of the 82 new units in the condominium that replaced Mary Help of Christians Catholic Church at the corner of E. 12th Street and Avenue A. [Curbed NY] Then read a history of the demolished house of worship. [Off the Grid]

Meanwhile, its five-story neighbor on E. 12th Street boasts this well-appointed $1.7 million co-op. [Curbed NY]

Meet Diana Deane, who runs her bridal design business from a Troutman Street studio. [Bushwick Daily]