Monday, January 14
Whole Hog Butcher Dinner at Louro
Louro celebrates the next Nossa Mesa Supper Club Monday night with a four-course meal from chef Justin Severino of Pittsburgh’s Cure. The fun starts at 6:30 p.m. with hors d’oeuvres and the butchering starts at 7 p.m. and dinner at 8:30 p.m. Dinner alone costs $125 and the whole event’s price is $165. Dining like a pig-stuffed king on a Monday night? Priceless. (We wish.) 142 W. 10th St.
Tuesday, January 15
Dine Around Eataly
Hang out with Joe Bastianich for a wine tasting and pasta-making demonstration at La Scuola di Eataly. Tickets are $150. But for an extra $25, ticket holders get admission to Joe’s class, one dish and a glass of wine at three Eataly restaurants (Il Pesce, La Verdure, and La Pizza & La Pasta). Power up, pasta lovers.
Wednesday, January 16
Sierra Nevada Tasting
Hang out at Alphabet City’s Idle Hands and taste bourbon, Sierra Nevada’s Bigfoot Pale Ale, Ruthless Rye IPA, and pale ale. You’ll also get a full pours of Narwhal Imperial Stout and Northern Hemisphere. Oh, and tater tots made with Sierra Nevada, and the class is just $10. 25 Ave. B.
Thursday, January 17
Home Brewing Essentials
Learn how to brew your own beer from the pros at Bitter and Esters in Prospect Heights. For $55, students will brew a batch of beer and learn the basics and fine art of brewing at home. 700 Washington Ave., Brooklyn
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on January 14, 2013