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All the Wings You Can Eat at Game On!; Meet the Monsters of Pork

Back Bay: In celebration of the Hawaii Five-O premiere (really?) Cuffs will offer $5 appetizers at 5 p.m. all next week. [Grub Street]

Beacon Hill: boYO recently added a Patriots Pomegranate flavor. [Grub Street]

Downtown Crossing: A seventh b.good will open at 255 Washington tomorrow. [Boston Restaurant Talk]
Will Gilson, Vadim ‘The Butcher’ Akimenko, and Nuno Alves will join Jacky Robert at Petit Robert Central for Monsters of Pork!, an evening of pork demonstrations and eating on October 6 at 7 p.m. Tickets are $20 and going fast. [Official Site]
Bina Alimentari will start a series of cooking, wine and spirits classes on September 25. The classes will go down at 2 p.m. each Saturday and cost $18 a pop. [Grub Street]

Fenway: Game On! will host a King of the Wing wing-eating competition from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. tonight. $20 gets you all the wings you can stuff in your pie hole. [Boston Restaurant Talk]

Fort Point: The Boston Local Food Festival will take place from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Fort Point Channel. Expect tastings, education, and more. [Grub Street]

Needham: Treat Cupcake Bar will hold a grand opening party from 12-4 p.m. on September 25. [Grub Street]

North End: Starting next Wednesday, Prezza will offer $6 spaghetti and meatballs at the bar each week. [Grub Street]

Quincy: During every televised Patriots game, Port 305 will offer appetizers for $3.05. [Grub Street]

South End: On October 2, Chocolee Chocolates will launch a series of Saturday morning chocolate-making classes. Tuition is $80, which includes a pound of chocolate to take home. [Grub Street]

Theater District: Starting this Sunday, Avila’s brunch will include $5 champagne cocktails from the restaurant’s Bubbly Bar. [Grub Street]

Union Square: The fifth annual What The Fluff? Marshmallow Fluff festival will take place on September 25. [Somerville Blog]

All the Wings You Can Eat at Game On!; Meet the Monsters of Pork