Driving down Vermont over the last few weeks, you may have noticed a take-out window with a bunch of people eating kalbi kabob and Taiwanese-style fried chicken out front. That would be Stall 239, a new food window featuring street food, or their version of it, from around the world. There's everything from Canadian poutine to gluttonous American deep-fried peanut butter and jelly, and all under $5. But tonight, its sibling speakeasy, Lock & Key, makes its quiet debut. Cocktails come courtesy Christophe Namer, who's doing simple classics. While it's only drinks for now, eventually you'll be able to get food from its brotha restaurant indoors. Doors open at 4 PM (239 S. Vermont Ave.).