Joe & MissesDoe Opens; BrisketTown’s Madison Square Eats Tacos

From September 27 to October 25, Daniel Delaney of BrisketTown will be running a new operation called TacoTown during Madison Square Eats. He'll serve up his beloved brisket tacos, which garnered the designation of Best Breakfast from New York, alongside tacos stuffed with fried Brussels sprouts, pulled pork, and fried chicken. [Eater NY]

The Leadbelly is launching a new Tuesday trivia night. Groups of one to six are welcome to join, and there will be prizes. To book your team e-mail info@theleadbellynyc.com. [Grub Street]

On September 20 from 5 to 9 p.m., Feeding the 5000 is launching the first Disco Soup in the U.S. at Pier 57. In an effort to raise awareness about global food waste, the one-day event will offer free meals for hundreds made from 1,200 kilograms of food that would have otherwise been wasted. The surplus will be donated to the Food Bank for New York City. RSVP here. [Grub Street]

A Minnesota Dairy Queen staffer refused to serve a woman who stole a blind customer's $20 bill and then he replaced it with cash out of his own pocket. A customer saw the whole thing go down and wrote a letter to Dairy Queen HQ about the act of kindness. [Gawker]

JoeDoe is officially reopening tonight as Joe & MissesDoe. The casual eatery will serve up dishes like crispy duck skins and bone-marrow butter, and cheesy cherry peppers. [Grub Street]

The Flatiron Room will host two-hour tastings of rare and old whiskeys for a cool $1,400 per person in November. It's geared toward "people who have everything and want something more." If you fit into that category, act fast eight of the twenty available spots have already been filled for November 14 and 19. [DNAinfo]