DeBragga Goes All-Natural; Wildflower Throws a Vegan Super Bowl Party

SoHo: The School of Italian Studies at The International Culinary Center will host an open house tomorrow evening, at 462 Broadway on the corner of Grand, to promote its 28-week culinary program. Attendees can make an Italian dish of their very own; best of all, it's free. [Grub Street]
Jersey City: Bye-bye, antibiotics, animal by-products, and artificial ingredients! DeBragga has announced that it will only sell chicken and pork raised with natural feed. “We have to get the drugs out of the animals we eat,” says owner and COO George Faison. DeBragga sells its meat to a range of popular restaurants, including Per Se, Gotham Bar & Grill, and Craft. [Grub Street]

Midtown West: Our new motto: When winter hands you cold weather, drink a hot toddy! And at what better place than Royalton, which has launched a custom Hot Toddy bar, where $16 gets you a perfectly personalized cocktail? Don't mind if we do. [Grub Street]
Panera Bread will open its first location in Manhattan on Tuesday at 330 Seventh Avenue, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. [Zagat Buzz]
Meatpacking: Cold weather is also a fine excuse to ice skate, and to indulge in wintry food to match. Lucky for us, The Standard Hotel has combined the two into an après skate pairing: For $24, one can enjoy a powdered-sugar crêpe and a flute of Veuve Cliquot, anytime between noon and 2 a.m. on weekends. [Grub Street]
Williamsburg: Vegan pop-up shop Wildflower will host a Super Bowl party on Sunday at 379 Union Avenue. The fare will be — you guessed it — vegan, and the festivities will commence at 5:30 p.m. [Grub Street]