Cheers! Saturday is National Beer Day. We don’t need to tell you how to celebrate, but if you’re looking for places pouring perfect pints, check out what we have in store for you. The fun doesn’t stop there. One of New York’s only night markets returns with sneak previews starting next week, Citymeals On Wheels is throwing a party in Brooklyn and Top Chef alum Adrienne Cheatham is launching a dinner series you won’t want to miss.
- All April long, Oceana Poke is dishing up chef Michael Anthony’s arctic char bowl, topped with cucumber, chili ponzu sauce, trout roe, pickled radish, nori, sesame seeds and chives. $1 from every Anthony’s bowl will be donated to God’s Love We Deliver. This will conclude the Celebrity Chef Charity Bowl series.
- The Brewers Association is celebrating National Beer Day at the James Beard House this Saturday. Chef Adam Dulye will serve a multi-course dinner complete with beer pairings. Check out the menu and grab tickets here.
- Top Chef alum Adrienne Cheatham launches her Sunday Best dinner series on Sunday in New York City. The series highlights her experiences cooking in NYC restaurants like Red Rooster and Le Bernardin. The first stop will be at Ginny’s Supper Club at 7:30 p.m. The four-course menu will include blackened octopus with squid ink grits and sweet pepper chow chow, fried chicken skin ball with candy stripe beets, pickled ramps and mushroom dashi, seared pork tenderloin with collard greens, boudin and mustard jus and a banana pudding with yuzu and meringue. Reservations can be made by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or calling 646-652-8359.
- Citymeals On Wheels is bringing the party to Williamsburg on Thursday, April 12 at 7 p.m. Its first “Don’t…Eat…’Til Brooklyn” will feature bites form Talde, Doughnut Plant, Levain Bakery, by CHLOE and more. All proceeds from ticket sales will go to the organization. Tickets can be found here. Unfortunately, the Beastie Boys will not be there.
- The Queens Night Market is returning to New York on May 5, but on Saturday, April 21 and 28, the public will be able to get a sneak preview of the weekly outdoor food festival. Tickets are on sale now and are $5. All food and drinks during the preview will be $5-$6.