This Week in Food: Sour Ales, LUCKYRICE Festival, New Taste of the Upper West Side


Cascade Brewing’s Sour Ale Event
As Is (734 Tenth Avenue)
Tuesday, 6 p.m. until close

Cascade Brewing (of Portland, Oregon) is bringing its sour ales to Hell’s Kitchen’s brand-new beer bar, As Is. The event marks the first time Cascade’s sour ales have been available on tap in New York, and a selection of Cascade’s bottled beers will also be available.

Lady Jay’s Social Club
Morris-Jumel Mansion (65 Jumel Terrace)
Wednesday, 8 p.m.

Head to the Morris-Jumel Mansion for a Roaring Twenties–style party complete with food, cocktails, and casino games. The museum’s recent conservation work will also be unveiled. Tickets start at $100 and include access to an open bar, bites, and casino game credits. Reserve yours here.

LUCKYRICE Festival’s New York Feast
Industry City (233 37th Street, Brooklyn)
Thursday, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Fill up on regional Asian bites including specialties from Vietnam, Laos, and China at the annual LUCKYRICE festival. This year’s event — hosted by Dale Talde — includes tastings from more than thirty chefs ranging from fine-dining restaurants to under-the-radar, mom-and-pop delights. The V.I.P. lounge includes one-hour early access to the event as well as a dumpling bar, cocktails, and seating. Tickets start at $88 for general admission and can be reserved here.

New Taste of the Upper West Side’s Surf and Turf Event

O’Shea Schoolyard (Columbus Avenue and West  77th Street)
Friday, 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Dive into summer-inspired bites from more than 45 restaurants and chefs including April Bloomfield, who will debut a few sample bites from her upcoming restaurant. Guests can also enjoy bites from new neighborhood-area restaurants like Playa Betty and Han Dynasty, with old favorites like Shake Shack returning this year. Ticket offers start at $92.50 for a pair. Reserve them here.