Bánh by Lauren offers Pandan coffee cakes, fried sesame balls and more

The Emursive theater company, which produced the immersive theater experience “Sleep No More,” is back with “Life and Trust,” which opens next week in a 1931 Financial District office tower. This cafe and cocktail bar, which doubles as a promotion for the new show, has been installed in the marble-paved lobby restored with sumptuous Art Deco elements, including a vibrant industrial-style mural by Eric Diehl, a contemporary artist. It’s open to the public. Coffees and breakfast items like croissants are followed by soups, salads and assorted toasts for lunch. Cocktails and bar snacks are served until 9 p.m. The chefs who create the food and drinks are Jonah Reider and Pascal le Seach.

6 Hanover Street (Beaver Street), 646-412-5956, conwellcoffeehall.com.

Intimate elegance defines this annex of Marian’s, the new American restaurant from chef Christian Rowan, who has worked at Eleven Madison Park, Bouley and Nomad. European and New World wines by the glass and bottle are offered to pair with seafood-focused dishes, like raw bar selections, crudos and toasts. There is a marble bar and outdoor seating.

22 Greenwich Avenue (10th Street West), 646-370-3371

Romeo Regalli, the chef, and his wife Milka Regalli are opening a Greenwich Village branch of their vegan Ethiopian restaurant in Crown Heights with lunch bowls and dinner platters. Restaurants are kosher. (SATURDAY)

170 Bleecker Street (Sullivan Street), 917-340-1269, rasplantbased.com.

A second location will open for the ever-expanding experimental group that began in Paris in 2007 and established a base in New York 10 years ago. The downstairs wine bar is in an 1860s building with the Experimental Cocktail Club, a sibling that was on the Lower East Side but closed in 2016, opening soon on the lower level . The decor highlights elements of nature, from the moon in the sky to the roots of trees and vines.

6, 24th street West, 917-423-7803, sociétédesvinssurnaturels.com.

Part of a series of events for actor Robert De Niro’s De Niro Con, part of the Tribeca Festival, will be this discussion of his restaurants, including Nobu, and the impact they have had on the restaurant industry. Restaurateur Drew Nieporent, who has been Mr. De Niro’s partner in several of them, will discuss them with writer Alan Richman. Visit tribalcafilm.com for passes and tickets.

Friday, 3 p.m., Spring Studios, 50 Varick Street (Canal Street), tribucafilm.com/denirocon/screenings-and-talks.

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