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Pork Slope Launches Delivery Menu; Maison Premiere Rolls Out a Tasting Menu

5 Napkin Burger is launching their first beer, bourbon, and burger festival. Feast on unlimited beer-battered corn dogs, cheddar-and-ale fondue, 5 Napkin sliders, and more, accompanied by small-batch bourbon and craft beers, on November 8 at 404 event space. General admission tickets are $47 and VIP tickets, which get you in the door an hour before the 7:30 p.m. start time, are $67. Learn more here. [Grub Street]

• Dale Talde's Pork Slope now delivers to locations from 9th Street to Flatbush Avenue, between Prospect Park and Fourth Avenue. Starting today, everything on the regular menu is available for delivery from 5 to 11 p.m. Park Slope residents, plan to get fat this winter. [Grub Street]

• After nine years of serving up Italian small plates and panini, 'inoteca is adding pasta to its menu. Spaghetti aglio e olio, spaghetti pomodoro, and orecchiette with Heritage pork ragu will appear on the menu regularly along with some seasonal pastas like torchio with mussels, shrimp, and trapanese pesto. Plus, be on the lookout for a series of celebratory dinner events through Sidetour. [Grub Street]

• Fresh Direct meets Greenmarket shopping with Farmigo. The online marketplace allows sustainable-minded shoppers to order food from local farmers for pickup at various drop-off points. Last week, Brooklyn Roasting Company in Dumbo joined the program. Sign up with the site to find out about Farmigo communities in your neighborhood. [Grub Street]

• Barbuto's Jonathan Waxman will host Lemon: NYC on October 23 at Industria Super Studio. At this fund-raiser for Alex's Lemonade Stand Foundation, chefs Tom Colicchio, Susan Fengier, Marc Vetri, and more will prepare four-course family-style meals for event attendees. Visit Alex's Lemonade Stand for details. [Grub Street]

• Williamsburg oyster hot spot Maison Premiere is now offering reservations for their six-course tasting menu. The $95 menu includes oysters, chilled seafood on ice, crudos, seafood, meat, and dessert courses. Reserve up to one month in advance for as many as six people by calling 347-335-0446, extension 103, or by e-mailing reservations@maisonpremiere.com. [Grub Street]

• Murray Hill's Chinese Mirch has launched a new dine-in lunch menu. The multi-course lunch includes the soup of the day, appetizer of the day, choice of salad or bhel, two hand-rolled momos, your choice of entrée, steamed rice, and the dessert of the day. The entire lunch is just $9.99 for vegetarian and chicken options and $10.99 for seafood and lamb options. And if eating out isn't feasible, the Chinese-Indian fusion restaurant offers a takeout lunch box with everything but the salad, bhel, and dessert for $8.99 and $9.99. [Midtown Lunch]

• Wine Simplified, a Kickstarter-funded project from sommelier Marnie Old, launches in November. The iPad/iPhone book's how-to guides, video tastings, and guided tours will have you looking like a bona fide oenophile at a moment's notice. [Grub Street]

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