Brooklyn Brewery Beer-and-Film Night; Eataly Celebrates Truffle Day

Flatiron: Eataly has a wagon-load of white truffles that they’re unloading this Sunday (a.k.a.Truffle Day). For $45, you can add the delicious fungi to your meal — or just take home some for yourself, at $7.50 per gram. [Grub Street]
Fort Greene: BAM is hosting their third annual Latke Festival on Monday, December 19. Chefs such as Bill Telepan (of Telepan) and Noah Bernamoff (of Mile End) will be throwing down for the best latke. Tickets are $30; you can get them here. [Grub Street]
Meatpacking District: Spice Market is rolling out a new “late night lounge menu” featuring small plates and cocktails, served until 1 a.m. on Thursdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. Perfect for munching in between club stops. [Grub Street]

Midtown West: For their espresso and French press coffees, the Breslin and the John Dory Oyster Bar are now serving Sightglass Coffee — an independent, San Francisco–based bean purveyor that was previously unavailable in New York. [Grub Street]
Williamsburg: Join local artists as they recount their week in food for “Something I Ate,” followed by a menu inspired by their meal diaries, with seasonal cocktails (including hot buttered rum by A.F. Rapoport!). Dances With White Girls will be providing the soundtrack for the evening. Tickets are $30; get them at Eventbrite. [Grub Street]
On December 6, Nitehawk Cinema is hosting a one-time-only evening of film, food, and beer, titled Brooklyn Brewery: The Director’s Cut. An “entertaining series of film montages” will be paired with five course of beer and food, all curated by Brooklyn Brewery’s Garrett Oliver and the Vanderbilt’s Saul Bolton. Get your tickets here! [Grub Street]
Citywide: Congrats to Del Posto and Marea, two restaurants being inducted into the Relais & Châteaux 2012 guide. They join a distinguished group that includes Daniel, Eleven Madison Park, Jean Georges, and Per Se. [Grub Street]