Visit a Sustainable Seafood Pop Up, Read up on The NoMad, and Taste Obscure Liqueurs This Week
FEED Supper, Minton's, 206 West 118 Street, Monday, 7:30 p.m.
Join the fight against worldwide hunger this week. Chef JJ Johnson has created a one-night only, four-course menu showcasing dishes like pan roasted scallops and roasted goat. Tickets are $75 and can be secured here.
Eating More Seafood: Sustainable Seafood with Chef Andrew Gruel of Slapfish, Loosie Rouge, 91 South 6th Street, Brooklyn, Tuesday, 6 to 10:30 p.m.
Chef Andrew Gruel of L.A.'s Slapfish is bringing sustainable seafood to Brooklyn for an evening of education through consumption. The five course prix fixe menu plans to showcase dishes including local Montauk tuna, Cape Cod littleneck clams, and a Maine sourced lobster burger. Additional sea creatures scheduled to appear on plates include a tilefish filled taco and longfin squid. Drinks are available but are not included. Guests can reserve their $70 seating of choice here.
The NoMad Cookbook Panel Discussion, 92 Street Y, 1395 Lexington Avenue, Wednesday, 7 p.m.
If you're craving chicken pot pie or tasty cocktails, the team behind The Nomad will share a selection of recipes from their new cookbook this Wednesday. Chef Daniel Humm, bar director Leo Robitschek, and managing partner Will Guidara will all be available to sign copies of the book following the discussion. Tickets start at $32 and can be secured here.
NYC AgTech Week Locavore Taco Dinner, The Farm on Kent, 320 Kent Avenue, Brooklyn, Thursday, 6:30 p.m.
Learn about the city's emerging urban farm scene during this five day affair, which is highlighted by a farm fresh dinner featuring aquaponic smoked tilapia tacos and kale. Additional week long activities include demonstrations, lectures, and tours designed for those with an interest in farming initiatives. A full schedule of activities as well as tickets to all scheduled events are available here.
Armagnac, Cognac, Calvados and Eau de Vie, Eau My!, SquareWine & Spirits, 24-20 Jackson Avenue, Queens, Friday, 7:30 p.m.
All brandies are not created equal — nor do they need to be consumed after dinner as some might think. Join sommelier Maegan Kovatch for a discussion on rare brandies; guests will taste French spirits like armagnac and eau de vie, both straight and in cocktail form. Score a $25 ticket here.
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