606 R&D to Serve Obama’s Inaugural Meal; Pork Slope Holds a Wing-Eating Contest

• Those not in Washington can feast on their very own inaugural dinner on January 21. The 606 R&D; team will replicate the inaugural luncheon with a three-course prix fixe of steamed lobster, grilled bison, and Hudson Valley apple pie. It's $75 per person and $100 with wine pairings. Call 718-230-0125 or e-mail info@606vanderbiltbklyn.com to reserve. [Grub Street]

• Cleanses will be available at the Butcher's Daughter starting on Monday. "Lean Cut," "Choice Cut," and "Prime Cut" are priced at $55 for one day, $150 for three days, and $250 for five days of torturous bliss. Call 212-219-3434 for more info. [Grub Street]

Pork Slope is holding a wing-eating contest this Saturday. Check out its Facebook page for more details. [Grub Street]

• Tribeca's Kaffe 1668 is also jumping on the juice bandwagon. The to-go coffee shop has launched a line of fifteen cold-pressed juices with names like "the Bit Salad," "Amazing Kale," and "Everything." More details here. [Grub Street]

• Williamsburg bar Donna is teaming up with Hotel Delmano's Peter Droste for Calva, a series of seasonal pop-up dinners. First up: A ten-course winter tasting menu by chef Imbelli will pair with Donna wines and cocktails on January 13. Dinner and drinks are $150 per person, while diners opting to stay sober can shell out $100 for dinner sans beverages. Tickets are available here. [Grub Street]

• Macaroni and cheese restaurant Elbow Room is now open both at the Barclays Center and nearby in Flatbush. The fun fare, which includes Chicken Tinga Mac and Poutine Mac, is available for takeout. [Grub Street]

• "Dine around" Eataly with Joe Bastianich on January 15. A food tasting with wine and pasta-cooking demonstration is $150, and admission to the Eataly "Dine Around Event," including one dish and glass of wine at three Eataly restaurants, is $175. Tickets here. [Grub Street]