Williamsburg Italian eatery La Nonna Ristorante & Bar and its Trump-adjacent landlord, Kushner Companies, recently filed lawsuits against each other. [NY Daily News]

The Prince Street complex housing the local Louis Vuitton storefront seeks a buyer via shares in a Luxembourg holding company. Projected price tag: up to $80 million. [Crain’s NY]

Yesterday the NYPD Emergency Services Unit escorted an opossum from First Avenue’s Classic Gourmet Deli. Earlier, the animal wandered into neighboring Cosmos Laundrarama. [NY Daily News]

Proprietors of the Japanese restaurant Dokodemo—which boasts 100 Far East locations and debuted Stateside last week on 4th Street—aim to open at least 10 Tri-state area outposts by 2020. [Eater NY]

In Living Stereo on Great Jones Street was officially replaced by Darkstar Coffee about two weeks ago. [EV Grieve]

Our Wicked Lady on Morgan Avenue will host a free rooftop screening of Fight Club tonight at 9 p.m. [Bushwick Bomb]

Hanoi House and Madame Vo were spotlighted in a short piece about the East Village’s newest Vietnamese dining options. [The New Yorker]

Narcisse NYC in Williamsburg and The Rack Shack in Bushwick both made this round-up of “9 Brooklyn bra shops better than Victoria’s Secret.” [DNA Info]