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Pork Bun Party at Trophy Bar; Midday Dance Party at Le Bain

The Baoery, a Brooklyn-based steamed-bun pop-up, is hosting a party at Williamsburg's Trophy Bar from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. on Thursday, August 16. French import ONRA will preside over the D.J. booth; bao will be $4. [Eater NY]

If you find yourself with some steam to blow off during your lunch break, Flavorpill is hosting three hour-long midday dance parties, accompanied by a free PB&J and smoothie. The first event will be held this Friday, August 10, at Le Bain; the suddenly ironically named Mr. Saturday Night will be D.J.-ing. [Grub Street]

Astoria locals are cranky about sidewalk cafés in their neighborhood, of which there are now 53. While council member Peter Vallone Jr. defends their role in drawing business, neighbors complain of late-night noise and cramped sidewalks. [DNAinfo]

If you're in the mood to get your hands messy, this Sunday and every Sunday for the rest of the summer, the Smile will be serving ribs. The regular dinner menu will still be available; call 646-329-5839 for reservations. [Grub Street]

Chef Tom Colicchio and Greg Majors, his beverage director at Craft, took the local route when planning their new house wine, collaborating with Lieb Cellars of Long Island's North Fork. It will be available in the restaurant — $75 for a bottle, $18 for a glass — and at the vineyard itself. [Grub Street]

Midtown's Italian stalwart Patsy's is keeping it old school by hosting a pair of musical acts for a block of shows at Feinstein's. Standards singer Steven Maglio, known for his renditions of Frank Sinatra songs, is performing on Monday, August 13, and is followed up by a five-night run by Deana Martin (daughter of Dean) in tribute to her father. Tickets are $40, $60 if you want to sit up close, and there is a $25-per-person minimum for food and drink. Call 212-399-4095 for tickets. [Grub Street]

In honor of National Rum Day — Thursday, August 16, if you didn't know — Sailor Jerry is hosting a party with $2 rum slushies all night at Mother's Ruin in Nolita. [Grub Street]

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