Beer Cookies Are a Thing; the Wallace to Open in Clinton Hill

The Cookie Guild, known for its many beer-infused flavors sold at Brooklyn Flea, is apparently looking for a brick-and-mortar place to call home. [DNAinfo]

From Monday to Friday, Oceana will celebrate its third anniversary on 49th Street with three beers for $3. Spaten Lager, Bluemoon, and Six Point's Righteous Ale will be the discounted brews of the week, and every Sunday through September, the restaurant will also feature an oyster variety for $1. This week, it's Naked Cowboy. [Grub Street]

Tickets to the next 56th Street Round Table at noon on Aug. 17 are $35 including a lunch at Má Pêche. The topic street food features speakers Zach Brooks (founder of Midtown Lunch), Rebecca Federman (NYPL), Robert Lavalva (founder of New Amsterdam Market), and Jane Zieglman (curator of the Tenement Museum's food series). [Midtown Lunch]

Puro Chile in Soho and Chile Olive Oil host a dessert contest Wednesday night at 6, featuring Chilean wine, olive oil tastings, and sweets. Money will be donated on behalf of the winning patissier to the Share Our Strength's Great American Bake Sale. RSVP to kelsey@chileoliveoil.com. [Grub Street]

Jon Wallace, the former executive chef at Thistle Hill Tavern in Park Slope, is part of a team opening the Wallace in Clinton Hill this fall (in the space of the late Caribbean eatery Dajeh). The Wallace will feature New American fare using local products. Dishes like spice-crusted pork chop with chickpea-fritters or bass with heirloom tomatoes are the taste of the new spot at 919 Fulton Street. Follow updates here. [Zagat]