Drink Wine for Chile; New Café in Prospect Heights


East Village: The Smith is hosting a panel discussion titled “Prospects, Pitfalls and Prodigies: The Hudson Valley Dairy Industry” on March 10. Tickets are available online for $10. [Grub Street]
Lefferts Gardens: A new bar called Lincoln Park Tavern is opening in the old Fly Fish space, one of Jim Mamary’s less successful ventures. [Brownstoner]
Little Italy: Try Chilean wines at Puro Chile on Thursday from 6:30 to 10 p.m. The suggested donation for the earthquake-relief fund-raiser is $100. RSVP via e-mail. [Grub Street]

Midtown East: March Madness at Golosi is less about college basketball and more about combination meals. Throughout the month, you get a slice of pizza, scoop of gelato, and can of soda for $5. [Grub Street]
Prospect Heights: Penny House Café is “coming soon” to Washington Avenue with coffee, bagels, and pastries. [Fork in the Road/VV]
Upper East Side: Attend class on “Wines of Argentina and Chile” on Saturday afternoon at Vero Panini & Wine Bar for $65. Proceeds benefit Chile earthquake-relief efforts. Reserve a spot by calling 212-935-3530. [Grub Street]
West Village: August is having a St. Patrick’s Day feast — March 17 for the non-Irish in the room — featuring corned-beef sandwiches and Irish coffee. [Grub Street]