What's on the Eats.com calendar this week? Plenty of summer foods like hot dogs, chowder and lobster rolls. Plus good beer and great wine! Read on to see where we'll be eating this week.
JULY 26-AUGUST 1 - Riesling Week: Vyne Wine Bar participates in "Riesling Week" from July 26 to August 1, featuring
a special list of Riseling by the glass, bottle, or as part of a
tasting menu. [Grub Street]
JULY 27 - BBQ Blowout: It's time for another BBQ Blowout from Finger on the Pulse! Come to Good Company in Brooklyn for some good tunes and good bbq. $5 a plate; Good Company, 10 Hope St, Brooklyn; 7pm; http://www.fotpnyc.com/blog/?p=213
JULY 28 - Good Beer at BAM: Get
your brew on at the Brooklyn Academy of Music’s 2nd annual
celebration. $45, BAMcafe, 30 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY; 4pm-8pm; http://www.bam.org/view.aspx?pid=1202
JULY 29 - Italian Summer Night: John Adler of Franny’s will craft four seasonal Italian dishes using local produce. Ger-Nis
Culinary & Herb Center, 540 President St between Third and Fourth
Aves, suite 2E, Gowanus, Brooklyn (347-422-0337). 6–9pm; $55.
JULY 31 - The Great Hot Dog Cookoff: Hold onto your buns: The
Great Hot Dog Cookoff returns for its 5th year to benefit
City Harvest. $35; Kelso Brewery, Brooklyn; 2pm-6pm
AUGUST 1 - Fresh Lobster Rolls are paired with Maine’s Allegash
an event at Black Rabbit in Greenpoint.
AUGUST 1 - New Orleans Sundays: Chow down on sweet-and-sour chicken wings, or drink beer and Pimms cups at d.b.a.
Brooklyn, when Tchoup Shop transports some New Orleans to Brooklyn. d.b.a.
Brooklyn, 113 North 7th St between Berry St and Wythe Ave,
Williamsburg, Brooklyn (718-218-6006). 2:30–8pm.
AUGUST 3 - Beacon Chowder Fest: who can say no to all-you-can eat chowder, grilled
lobster, fried chicken, and more, at Beacon’s
Chowder Fest? We guess the servers in bikinis would probably be a draw as well (here's to hoping it's not just waitresses). Beacon,
25 W 56th St between Fifth and Sixth Aves (212-332-0500). 6:30pm; $95.
AUGUST 3 - Farm-to-Table Talk:
Kitchen is hosting Planet Green’s Dr. Brent Ridge and
the Hudson Valley Seed Library’s Ken Greene, where they will discuss cultivating
heirloom vegetables. A tasting will follow; R.S.V.P. via abchome.com/events/beekman.
Elixir Bar, 35 E 18th St between Broadway and Park Ave South