Roberta’s Halloween Extravaganza; Fatted Calf Charcuterie at the Brooklyn Kitchen

Robertas is teaming up with Might Get Weird to host a Halloween extravaganza on Saturday, November 2, and Sunday, November 3. From 1 p.m. to 9 p.m. on both days, the party will feature an interactive haunted garden, jack-o'-lantern and costume contests, a dance party, and a beer garden. Tickets are $10. [Grub Street]

Russian Standard and Zu Bison Grass are collaborating with the Library at the Public to host a night of music by the Raya Brass Band, with an open bar and appetizers by new chef Zach Faulisi. Tickets are available at the door for $65. [Grub Street]

A Voces new chef Ben Lee is introducing a new $28 prix fixe Formula Rapida lunch menu, designed for diners on a tight schedule, as well as a $49 three-course pre-theater menu. [Grub Street]

The Upper East Side French eatery Le Bilboquet has reopened a few blocks down from its previous location. The new spot at 20 E. 60th Street is three times as large as before, but Julien Jouhannaud is churning out the same signature bistro dishes. [Grub Street]

Now through October 30, celebrate truffle season with a three-course truffle tasting menu at Asellina. The $55 dinner includes potato gnocchi with white-truffle oil and fried sage, seared scallops with winter truffle and artichoke pure, and truffle risotto with porcini and sottocenere. [Grub Street]

Melvins Juicebox is opening a second location at the Dream Downtown on Monday, October 21. The new spot will be open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, featuring a menu created by Dream Downtowns executive chef Michael Armstrong. [Grub Street]

Due to a plumbing delay, Toby's Estate's new Club Monaco espresso bar will be opening Thursday October 24, not Monday, as originally reported. [Grub Street]

The Brooklyn Kitchen has revamped its website and is now selling cookie dough. Also: There's space for this Sunday's demonstration with the people from San Francisco's Fatted Calf Charcuterie. Reserve your spot here. [Grub Street]