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Roberta’s Hosts a Holiday Market; Pig and Khao Launches Budget Tasting Menu

Roberta's is bringing the seasonal cheer this Sunday, December 9, with a holiday market featuring local vendors, drinks, and a "Bad Santa" portrait studio. [Roberta's]

• Save money at Fatty Crew spot Pig and Khao, which is offering $1 beer every day from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m., and also a $39 chef's tasting menu at the bar, Mondays through Wednesdays. [Grub Street]

• You can still make it if you rush: Fort Greene's Gnarly Vines has teamed up with the Wallace for a tasting dinner featuring offbeat American selections. For $75, you get five courses with wine, as well as a chaser of ultra-rare Pappy Van Winkle; call 347-689-9137 to reserve. [Grub Street]

• Chef David Santos has collaborated with IFC Films/Sundance Selects for a special themed dinner at his new West Village spot Louro in honor of Jack Kerouac’s On the Road, taking place on Saturday, December 15. The menu features five courses, each inspired by a location described in the book. Tickets are $95. [Grub Street]

Swine in the West Village has launched a new happy hour, daily from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. Anything on tap is discounted, meaning $7 for their entire selection of draft beer and $6 glasses of wine. [Grub Street]

• Former Grub Street–er Alyssa Shelasky will be signing copies of her book, Apron Anxiety, at Eataly this Sunday between 2 p.m. and 4 p.m. [Grub Street]

• December 21 marks the end of the world (if you hadn't heard), and Left Bank wants to make sure you go out in style: They'll be offering a timpano (an enormous Italian meat pie cooked into a shell of fresh pasta, otherwise known as that thing at the end of Big Night) as a last meal for any incoming parties who give them 24 hours' notice. [Grub Street]

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