This Week, Find a Hot-Chicken Pop-Up, 3-D Lattes, and Bartender Art

Take that coffee to go on National Coffee Day.
Take that coffee to go on National Coffee Day.
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David Santos Pop-Up, Delaware and Hudson & Bark Hot Dogs, 135 North 5th Street, Brooklyn, and 155 Bleecker Street, Monday and Friday, dinner seatings 6 to 10 p.m. and 5 to 7 p.m.

If you've been missing the spontaneity of chef David Santos's weekly Nossa Mesa supper clubs since Louro has closed, here's another chance: The chef is hosting two pop-up dinners this week. On Monday, Santos is offering a five-course dinner highlighted by seasonal seafood; tickets are $60 (not including drinks); reserve them here. On Friday, Santos brings a taste of Nashville to Greenwich Village with hot chicken sandwiches — there's also a limited number of whole birds guests can pre-order ($55), which come with select sides. Sandwiches are available on a first-come, first-served basis. If you're interested in the whole-bird dinner package, purchase in advance here.

National Coffee Day, multiple locations, Tuesday

Take time out this Tuesday to celebrate the beverage that gets you through the day. From 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Debi Mazar and Gabriele Corcos from the Cooking Channel will be giving away free coffee and recipes at their Brooklyn cafe, the Tuscan Gun Officine & Alimentari. At Lavazza’s Gran Bar at Eataly, guests also receive a free eight-ounce drip coffee with purchase, while those who are dairy-sensitive can head to any location of Birch Coffee to enjoy a free latte made with Lactaid.

Dine Around Downtown and Mid-Autumn Festivals, 28 Liberty Plaza, Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Chinese moon cakes are considered good luck to eat, which is why New Yorkers should head to these fall festivals for a hump-day pick-me-up. Chefs from Shanghai will be offering the snack along with steamed buns, while better than 40 Lower Manhattan restaurants including Delmonico's will be offering menu tastings to hungry Wall Streeters in search of a bite.

Live Latte Art Demonstration and Premium 'Pour-Over' Tasting, Japan Society, 333 East 47th Street, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.

Not all coffee — or latte designs — are created equal. Join Blue Bottle Coffee founder James Freeman as he discusses his perfect cup of coffee, followed by an onstage demonstration by 3-D latte artist Kazuki Yamamoto. The coffee talk also includes a demonstration and tasting of Blue Bottle Coffee's signature premium pour-over brew. Tickets are $18 for general admission, and can be purchased through the Japan Society website.

Bartender Gallery Exhibit and New Fall Cocktail Menu, Porchlight, 271 Eleventh Avenue, Friday

Here's a chance to look at your favorite bartender in a whole new light — Jill DeGroff's original bartender caricature exhibit will be on display at Porchlight through October. The drawings feature bartenders from local gin joints like the Dead Rabbit and Leyenda, while guests can contemplate a purchase over the bar's new seasonal negroni and fall cocktail menu. To pair with the new menu, the kitchen is offering a selection of po'boys and warm biscuits. A portion of the proceeds from all caricatures sold will be donated to Share Our Strength.

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