Two Boots Pizza Giving Away New Vegan Slices Tonight; Thanksgiving Croissants Return

Brooklyn: The traveling wine connoisseurs of the Noble Rot are having a Harvest Party this year, where you can listen to Napa Valley Harvest stories; try out five wines related to those stories; listen to music by Jonathan Samson; and enjoy Mexican food courtesy of Y-I-EAT-N — all in the comfort of a spacious Brooklyn apartment. Tickets are $65 per person; RSVP here. [Grub Street]
East Village:Two Boots on Avenue A is offering free slices of its new vegan pizza from 6 to 8 p.m. tonight. [EV Grieve]

Midtown West: Thanksgiving croissants, stuffed with turkey, cranberry sauce, and gravy, are back at Momofuku Milk Bar. Gobble them up! [Midtown Lunch]
The Gobuki cart gets a new owner, and is now serving Korean sandwiches filled with meat and not-so-spicy sauce, in its parked location on 52nd Street. [Midtown Lunch]
Upper West Side: Taste Barolo wines from brand Aldo Conterno as winemaker Franco Conterno schools guests on various taste selections. This is part of A Voce Columbus’s Guest Sommelier program, which will take place at the restaurant on Friday. [Grub Street]
West Village: Ofrenda commemorates El Dia de los Muertos by offering traditional bread and hot chocolate with each entrée for customers tonight, and by throwing a party tomorrow with dancers and a live band. [Grub Street]