Monday, December 17
Beagle and Governor Dinner: East Village’s the Beagle will team up with Governor, the Dumbo restaurant that was devastated by Hurricane Sandy, for a three-course sherry-paired dinner. Tickets are $85 or $125 depending on your drink selections. Half of the proceeds will go to Sandy relief efforts. 168 Ave. A
Tuesday, December 18
Questlove at Pork Slope: Though he’s used to rocking Brooklyn Bowl, the man behind the Roots will play a set at Pork Slope while Daily Show correspondent Wyatt Cenac plays bartender. When you order a shot of Jameson and a Coors, all tips and proceeds will be donated to Sandy relief. 247 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn
Let’s Brisket!: From 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. join a brisket-obsessed panel at the Center for Jewish History. For $15, try brisket-inspired baked goods from Ovenly. 15 W. 16th St.
Wednesday, December 19
Meat Hooked!: Head to the Lower East Side Tenement Museum on Wednesday evening for a screening and discussion of Suzanne Wasserman’s documentary Meat Hooked! She chronicles the 200-year history of the butchering industry. 108 Orchard St.
Sunday, Decemer 23
Xmaslites in Dyker Heights and Dim Sum: The Five Boroughs Bicycle Club delights with a day-long cycling tour of neighborhoods in Brooklyn and lunch in the borough’s Chinatown. See the Manhattan lights from Sunset Park on a stomach full of dim sum. 131 Duane St., Brooklyn