Guacamole Croissants at Whynot Coffee; Thanksgiving Dinner at Vinegar Hill House

Vinegar Hill House will serve up Thanksgiving dinner on November 28 from 2:30 to 8:30 p.m. The meal costs $75 per person and includes turkey, stuffing, potatoes, and pecan and pumpkin pies. [Grub Street]

Whynot Coffee in the West Village is now baking its croissants in house, and they will be available in a range of flavors, including goat cheese and wild berry jam, honey, and yes, guacamole. [Grub Street]

Pie Face will give away free chicken and mushroom mini-pies on November 5 at all of their locations in exchange for showing them some social-media love. [Grub Street]

Corkbuzz Wine Studio’s marathon viewing party goes from 11 a.m. until 3 p.m. on Sunday, November 3. Guests can watch the marathon action on the big screen over brunch dishes and cocktails. To make reservations, call 646-873-6071. [Grub Street]

• Good Enough to Eat, BK Farmyard’s annual fall benefit, is on November 7 at 7:30 p.m at 375 Stuyvesant Mansion in Brooklyn. Tickets are $40 online or $45 at the door, and they include food and drink from Blue Marble, Nightingale 9, Jimmy’s No. 43, and more, as well as raffles from restaurants such as Franny’s and Buttermilk Channel. All proceeds will benefit educational programs of the Youth Farm at the High School for Public Service. More information and tickets can be found online. [Grub Street]

• Murray Hill is getting a new sports bar named Bottomzup Bar and Grill. It will feature 45 flat screens, a raw bar, and a regional tailgate-inspired menu when it opens at 344 3rd Avenue on November 7. [Grub Street]