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Celebrate New Orleans at Maiden Lane; Pork Slope’s Crab Boil

Maiden Lane is paying tribute to New Orleans this Wednesday with jambalaya and Cajun shrimp. Food, drinks, and music start at 6 p.m. [Grub Street]

Pork Slope is hosting a crab boil tomorrow at 5 p.m. Blue crab will be served with corn, potatoes, and sausage. You get six pieces for $28, and twelve for $54. [Grub Street]

• First, there was the Cronut Project, and now a line of Crolanthropy T-shirts that Dominique Ansel will launch this Thursday. Proceeds benefit the Food Bank. You can buy the shirts here, and wearing one in line will allow you to double the maximum limit of cronuts. [Grub Street]

• If that makes you hungry for more, hit up the Drink's crab dinner on Sunday. There will be spicy Maryland-style crabs from 2 to 9 p.m. You can get a half dozen for $35. [Grub Street]

• Through the end of August, chef Carmine Di Giovanni will host weekly pig dinners at the Greenwich Project. The à la carte menu includes pig-head pâté and bacon ice cream with sweet pea crema for dessert. [Grub Street]

• A month of nighttime markets at the Hester Street Fair kicks off this Saturday with a Filipino food fest with food from Jeepney and Maharlika. Wine and beer gardens, live bands and D.J.'s, and a rotation of more than 60 vendors are out until 10 p.m. every Saturday in August, so you can shop, schmooze, and dine under the stars. [Grub Street]

Duke of Montrose, a whiskey bar from the owners of Caledonia, is opening on the corner of Bergen and Fifth Avenue in Park Slope tonight at 7 p.m. [Grub Street]

• Save $20 on tickets to the eighteenth annual Harvest in the Square in Union Square Park through tomorrow, with code EARLYB. [Grub Street]

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