Breaking Bad Finale Party at Sons of Essex; Fried-Chicken Dinners at Fletcher’s

Fletcher's in Gowanus is launching Tuesday fried-chicken dinners starting next week. At 6 p.m., diners can chow down on fried chicken, potato salad, corn bread, housemade pickles, and a glass of wine for $18. [Grub Street]

In conjunction with Heritage Foods USA's No Goat Left Behind campaign, Back Forty West is hosting a goat celebration dinner on October 7 from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. The meal includes four goat-centric courses, wine and cider pairings, and discussions led by Angela Miller of Consider Bardwell Farm and Erin Fairbanks of Heritage Foods USA. Tickets are $85 and can be purchased online. [Grub Street]

Tonight is En Japanese Brasserie's ninth-anniversary celebration. All dinner guests will receive a complimentary glass of Nanbu Bijin sake. [Grub Street]

Littleneck is now serving hard liquor, as well as brunch once again and with a revamped menu. [Grub Street]

Café Boulud is teaming up with DeBragga for a special dinner showcasing Miyazki-Gyu Japanese Wagyu on October 16 at 7 p.m. Dinner is $270 per person, and there are only eighteen seats; reservations can be made online. [Grub Street]

Ai Fiori will begin serving brunch starting this Sunday. There will be live music and a sprawling European-style buffet with freshly baked pastries, charcuterie, cheese, and a variety of entrées like pasta and polenta. To make reservations, call 212-613-8660. [Grub Street]

Sons of Essex will host a Breaking Bad series-finale party this Sunday, September 29, with themed drink and food specials.The show starts at 9 p.m., in case you live under a rock and weren't aware. [Grub Street]

Loreley Restaurant and Biergarten is celebrating its tenth anniversary on Thursday, October 3, at 8 p.m. There will be more than 2,000 liters of beer and a pig on a spit, as well as a D.J. spinning music. [Grub Street]

The legendary Ferran Adrià has teamed up with Phaidon to publish an enormous seven-volume elBulli encyclopedia-like collection that will condense the now-shuttered restaurant's renowned catalogues into 750 recipes, 2,720 pages, and 1,400 photos. Dubbed elBulli 2005-2011, it will be published on March 3, 2014, and costs a measly $625. Preorder the book here. [Eater NY]