Food Classes at Brooklyn Brainery; Buy-One-Get-One at SoupMan Tomorrow

Carroll Gardens:Brooklyn Brainery is offering a number of food-related classes, including edible botany, sustainable cooking 101, and homemade chutneys. See the schedule here. [Grub Street]
Chelsea:At Socarrat Paella Bar every Monday through Thursday from 5 to 7 p.m., guests can enjoy bar bites under $10 such as boquerones — Spanish white anchovies marinated in olive oil — while sipping red sangria or beer. [Grub Street]
East Village:Farmageddon, a documentary addressing government harassment of small, sustainable farms, premieres at 6:45 p.m. tomorrow at Cinema Village. [Grub Street]

Hell’s Kitchen:The first episode of Seinfeld aired July 5, 1989. Also, tomorrow marks the one-year anniversary of the re-opening of the Original Soup Man store on 55th Street. To celebrate, customers who mention either anniversary during business hours tomorrow will receive a buy-one-get-one-free bowl of soup. All NYC SoupMan locations will offer the deal. [Grub Street]
Midtown East:A new Potbelly Sandwich Shop is opening tomorrow at 150 East 44th Street. The deli franchise recently opened its first New York location in the Financial District. [Grub Street]
Trattoria Dell’Arte is unveiling a late night menu, including late-night-only cocktails such as the 57 on 7, made with fresh bananas and spiced rum. Of course, there’s antipasto and pizza to go with it. [Grub Street]
Midtown West:For the second summer, Rink Bar’s prices for booze-spiked lemonades will drop $1 for each degree past 90 degrees. [Grub Street]
SoHo: The new gin and tonic program at Imperial No. 9 allows guests to sip on one of five special gin and tonics made from 22 gin varieties. [Grub Street]