Tickets on Sale for Taste of Red Hook and Brooklyn Cooks; Bondi Road Closes Sunday

The Fourth Annual Brooklyn Cooks takes place this Sunday at 6 p.m. The James Beard Foundation Greens invite food fans ages 21 to 39 to the Beard House for a multi-course dinner prepared by chefs from La Vara, Littleneck, Palo Santo, Fort Reno, and Dough. Dinner plus a special scotch-tasting is $80 for James Beard Foundation members and $95 for the general public. Call 212-627-2308 for reservations. [Grub Street]

Tickets are on sale for Taste of Red Hook, an event to benefit the Red Hook Initiative. On October 23 from 6 to 9 p.m., get food and drinks from Seersucker, Smith Canteen, Mile End, Red Hook Lobster Pound, and others at the Intercourse gallery in Red Hook. Tickets start at $100 and are available through the Red Hook Initiative's website. [Grub Street]

The food and fashion worlds meet over an egg-white omelette in this video from Carine Roitfeld's CR Fashion Book. Jean-Georges Vongerichten stars. [Grub Street]

Say good-bye to Australian hang Bondi Road with food and drink deals now until it closes its doors Sunday. Get $2 beer, $3 mixed drinks, and $4 food plates every night this week. On Saturday and Sunday, take advantage of the last endless-booze brunches, then head back to the Rivington Street restaurant in the evening for farewell D.J. parties. [Grub Street]

Marcus Samuelsson's Red Rooster Harlem will celebrate the release of Hedy Goldsmith's new cookbook Baking Out Loud on Tuesday, October 2 at 6:30 p.m. For $95 ($125 with wine pairing), you can dine on a three-course dinner that ends with some of the salty-sweet desserts from the cookbook. Plus, after finishing off a transformed Twinkie or Popcorn and Peanut Bark, bring home your own copy of Baking Out Loud, included in the event price. Get tickets here. [Grub Street]

Moishe's Kosher Bake Shop is getting a much-needed makeover after 40 years at its East Village location. It won't be moving from Second Avenue, but owner Moishe Perl has announced plans to add a café and a separate section for hot foods like knishes, blintzes, and pierogies to the traditional bakery. The renovations would take place over just a few days sometime between the middle of winter and beginning of spring. [Local East Village/NYT]

Fort Greene farm-to-table restaurant Prospect will open at last this Friday. [Grub Street]