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Friday, September 13, 2013

Brooklyn Food Events

Ben Sargent cooks up whole halibut from The Catch; a four and a half hour tour of Brooklyn's pizza scene

A Slice of Brooklyn Pizza Tour
Every Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday
Various locations throughout Brooklyn

If we're counting in New York minutes, a four and a half hour tour of Brooklyn's pizza scene is not for the faint of heart. That's a whole lot of pie. But for the true aficionado, it may be the only way to go. Highlights include Grimaldi's under the Brooklyn Bridge (duh) and L&B Spumoni Gardens (of course). more >

2013 Toast of Brooklyn Wine & Food Festival
Saturday, September 14, $40
1368 Fulton St, Bed-Stuy

While the website is short on specifics, it looks like Bed-Stuy is getting fancy this weekend with a festival "designed to capture the feel of an outdoor wine country tour." Sonoma, meet Brooklyn (right?). Wine, food and live cooking demos round out this food-wine-booze-chef event. more > 

Tacos, Beer and Cocktails at Res
Sunday, September 15, 3-10pm
372 Columbia Street, Red Hook

"We are breaking out the vintage 45's," warn Frank and Frank, the dynamic duo whose Midas touch has turned Frankie's Spuntino, Prime Meats and Cafe Pedlar into pure culinary gold. The boys' newest culinary escapade is RES, a culinary salon and cooking arena for chefs from around the world. This summer, they've been seasoning the space with outdoor events and this Sunday they'll host one more end-of-summer gathering with tacos, beer and fabulous cocktails — 45's in hand. more >

Seafood Expert Ben Sargent at The Brooklyn Kitchen
Tuesday, September 17, 6:30pm, $15
100 Frost Street, Williamsburg

Surfers cook too, and this Tuesday you can cook with fisherman, cook, underground-lobster-roll-vendor and surfer Ben Sargent to celebrate the release of his new cookbook The Catch. Whole halibut and beer are both on the menu — not a bad way to spend your Tuesday evening. Hosted in collaboration with Food Book Fair and Slow Food NYC. more >

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