Kin Shop Hosts Riesling Dinner; National Lobster Day Festivals

• Park Slope’s Palo Santo will host a wine and tapas party on June 28. New York state wines will be paired with tapas made with local and homegrown ingredients. Guests will also get to meet winemaker Barbara Frank of Dr. Konstantin Frank Vinifera Wine Cellars in the Finger Lakes. [Grub Street]

Mitsuwa Marketplace will host the seventh annual “Umaimono Gourmet Food Fair” from June 21 to 24. Renowned Japanese chefs will fly in for the festival to prepare authentic dishes for guests to enjoy at the store’s Edgewater, New Jersey location. Guests traveling from New York City may take the Mitsuwa shuttle bus service from the Port Authority. [Grub Street]

Tickets for Cooking Light’s first-ever tasting event, “Light Up the Night” are on sale starting today. The event, complete with an all-star lineup of celebrity chefs and mixologists will take place on September 21 on the Chelsea Market Passage of the High Line. [Grub Street]

Kin Shop will host a special Riesling dinner on Tuesday, June 19. The dinner will pair five courses, including peekytoe crab and pork sausage, with nine wines for $90. Call the restaurant to make reservations. [Grub Street]

• Chef Marco Canora will serve a special lobster roll at Terroir at the Porch, in honor of National Lobster Roll Day. For $24, the roll will feature Maine hard-shell lobsters on a Sullivan Street Bakery stecca roll, spread with a garlic, celery seed, and lemon aioli spread. [Grub Street]

Ed’s Lobster Bar Annexwill also be hosting lobster festivities with a mega Lobster Fest. Guests will have the chance to sample lobster tacos, sliders, or ravioli, to name a few preparations. For $60 per person, guests can enjoy Ed’s famous pickles and cole slaw, along with a lobster bloody mary with their meal. [Grub Street]

• Wednesday, June 27, Tasting Table and Mastercard Priceless New York will team up to host a midsummer night’s feast. The exclusive dinner will feature cocktails, canapés, and a farm-fresh multicourse feast prepared by Tasting Table’s executive chef, Brendan McHale. Tickets are $120 per person. [ Tasting Table]

• Join Edible Manhattan at the fifth annual Taste of Greenmarket on Wednesday, June 27, for an evening of market-inspired courses and cocktails prepared by the city’s finest. All silent auction and local food showcase proceeds benefit Greenmarket’s Youth Education Project. [Edible Manhattan]

• Alphabet City’s Nice Guy Eddie’s will close this Sunday. Gallery Bar’s Darren Rubell hopes to open an American comfort-food dining spot in the space. [NY Eater]

Kin Shop Hosts Riesling Dinner; National Lobster Day Festivals