Neighborhood Watch

A German Feast in Greenwich Village; Brooklyn Brewery Starts Weekday Tours

Chelsea: Tickets for a five-course meal at the James Beard Foundation’s pop-up restaurant, JBF LTD, go on sale tomorrow. Tickets for the 8 p.m. seatings will be available at 10 a.m. through Gilt City, and earlier seatings will be available through the official website at noon. [Grub Street]

Greenwich Village: On April 11, Top Chef’s season-one winner Harold Dieterle and chef de cuisine Garrett McMahan of Perilla will be exploring their German heritage with a seven-course menu paired with German wines. The meal will include dishes like wild sturgeon confit, braised rabbit leg, and brisket and sauerkraut knockwurst. $120 for seven courses paired with wine. Call 212-929-6868 and mention “Zagat Presents” to reserve. [Grub Street]

Midtown East: In anticipation of the tequila season,Pampano will be hosting a five-course dinner paired with Partida tequila on April 13. The $75 prix-fixe menu will feature seasonal, Latin-inspired seafood prepared by Luz Martin, the chef de cuisine of Pampano, and Adan Trinidad, the chef de cuisine of Zengo. Call 212-751-4545 for reservations. [Grub Street]

Midtown West: The annual Tap & Tapas Spring Benefit will honor Tom Colicchio. Big names like April Bloomfield, Scott Conant, and Eric Ripert will be there to dish up some of their signatures to benefit Groove With Me, a charity that provides free dance classes for at-risk girls in East Harlem. Purchase tickets and read more about Groove With Me here. [Grub Street]

Williamsburg: Beginning April 4, the Brooklyn Brewery will start hosting small batch brewery tours from 5 till 7 p.m., Monday through Thursday. Reserve a spot by e-mailing ($8 per person gets you a tasting of four beers and a tour) and letting them know how many people are in your party. [Grub Street]

A German Feast in Greenwich Village; Brooklyn Brewery Starts Weekday Tours