Cherry Bombe Announces Jubilee Lineup; Marcus Samuelsson and Gabrielle Hamilton Talk Chefs and Diversity

• On March 30, food magazine Cherry Bombe will bring acclaimed female food writers and chefs (including Amanda Cohen and Christina Tosi) to the High Line Hotel for the first-annual Cherry Bombe Jubilee Conference, a celebration of women and food. Tickets are $200 and go on sale to the general public on Thursday at noon. [Grub Street]

Mother Jones and Marcus Samuelsson invite guests to Ginny’s Supper Club on Monday, March 3, for a “Food for Thought” panel discussion about chefs and diversity. Samuelsson will be joined by Gabrielle Hamilton, Floyd Cardoz, and Charlene Johnson-Hadley. A $50 ticket includes an open bar, appetizers, and skillet cornbread. [Grub Street]

• Irish saloon the Dead Rabbit Grocery and Grog has recently revamped its menu. New items and cocktails are arranged thematically, including selections like "fresh, fiery, sharp, strong, low-spirited, bitter, ambitious and cultivated," with an emphasis on whiskey. [Grub Street]

• Tomorrow night at Brooklyn's Extra Fancy, Lagunitas Brewing Company is set to debut “Couch Trippin,” its new beer in honor of March’s South by Southwest Festival in Austin. Pints are $6 a piece, and Extra Fancy is pouring from 6 to 11 p.m., or until the keg runs dry. [Grub Street]

• As part of this year’s NYC Beer Week, Taproom 307 plans to host a “Women in Beer” night celebrating lady brewers and sommeliers from across the city. Olivia Cerio (Empire Brewing), Hayley Jensen (Taproom 307), and more will also help debut “Sweet Fire,” an Empire Brewing chocolate-chili stout. The event runs 6 to 9 p.m. on February 24. [Grub Street]

Hearth will also celebrate NYC Beer Week on February 26 with a four-course, beer-friendly menu and pairings. Dishes include heritage pork terrine with a house-made pretzel and a bittersweet-chocolate cake with stout ice cream. Tickets are $99. [Grub Street]