Citymeals-on-Wheels’ Reception at Telepan Local; Counter Culture’s Collaboration With the Avett Brothers

On January 22, City Grit will celebrate the "new South," with Rappahannock Restaurant's chefs offering dishes like fluke ceviche, Spanish mackerel, and Chesapeake Bay oysters for $85. Tickets available here. [Grub Street]

Counter Culture is partnering with the Avett Brothers to produce a coffee that benefits St. Jude Childrens Research Hospital. You can find it here; $10 out of the $16 each bag costs will be channeled to the hospital. [Grub Street]

The owners of the Farm on Adderley are opening a new sustainable bakery in Ditmas Park called Nine Chains. [Village Voice]

Telepan Local will celebrate its opening with a cocktail reception to benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels at 6:30 p.m. on January 28. Tickets are $150 and all proceeds are earmarked for feeding the elderly. E-mail jean@citymeals.org or call 212-687-1290 for tickets. [Grub Street]

Loreley is hosting its first Winter Beer Festival from January 18 to February 1. Expect some parties and Riegele Augustus Weizen Doppelbock, Hofbräu Delicator, and Köstritzer Schwarzbier. [Grub Street]

Miss Lily's will cook up traditional Super Bowl options with a Jamaican twist. Offerings will include slow-cooked jerk chicken wings, pork ribs, and fried plantains with ackee dip. [Grub Street]