Meatpacking District’s Open Market Fund-raiser; Introducing Pinkberrygreek

• On March 18 from 8 to 11 p.m., the Meatpacking District Improvement Association will host its inaugural fund-raiser, Open Market, at Highline Stages. Menu highlights include the Diner's Cookie Monster Shot, the Tippler's Bootsy Collins cocktail, and Morimoto's pork-belly steamed buns. Tickets run from $150 to $350 and can be purchased here. [Grub Street]

• For St. Patrick's Day, Fletcher's Brooklyn Barbecue is offering house-cured corned beef served with Irish soda bread for $8. Add a bottle of Brooklyn Brewery's Irish Stout for a special price of $14. [Grub Street]

• Today, the Dalloway is unveiling a new menu with springtime items like grilled swordfish and vegetable carbonara. [Grub Street]

Pinkberry is introducing Pinkberrygreek, a fresh, not frozen, all-natural Greek yogurt. It comes with savory and sweet toppings, which can blended into smoothies or layered as a parfait. It's currently available at the 93rd & Broadway location, but expect to see it at stores across the city soon. [Grub Street]

• Green Festival returns to New York City for another Earth Day weekend. The festival runs from April 19 to 21 at Javits Center North. Weekend passes are $15 to $25 and can be purchased here. [Grub Street]

• Also in celebration of St. Patrick's Day, Castle Brands' Irish Spirits is holding a cocktail class and Irish breakfast at the Dead Rabbit. Participants will sample a selection of spirits and hearty dishes. The event runs from noon to 2:30 p.m. on March 17. [Grub Street]

Sugar and Plumm is putting a new spin on the traditional bunny confections this Easter season. The Upper West Side bistro, bakery, and chocolatier is offering extra-large chocolate eggs and edible egg crates with three different chocolate eggs inside. [Grub Street]

• Will Downtown Disney's transformation include the addition of food trucks and a Shake Shack? That's what it looks like, in a photo of potential restaurant partners for Disney Springs posted on an unofficial Disney World fan site. But Shake Shack is keeping tight-lipped, and Disney's official announcement of its plans today didn't name restaurants or retail partners. [Eater]