All-Star Fund-raiser at Hearth; Shaun Hergatt’s Next Move

• Marco Canora of Hearth has assembled an all-star team of New York chefs, including April Bloomfield and Carlo Mirarchi of Roberta’s and Blanca, to prepare a five-course meal at his restaurant on Monday, September 17. The dinner is a benefit for A Life Story Foundation, a nonprofit fighting ALS founded by a former server at Hearth. Tickets are $250; e-mail honorourfriends@gmail.com. [Grub Street]

• Great news for Shaun Hergatt: Now that he’s joining ESquared Hospitality, the chef will get his own restaurant, Juni, slated to open in early 2013. Juni is in a hotel — the Chandler, in east midtown — but happily, unlike Sho, it’s not on the second floor. [Zagat Buzz]

• The East Village’s Dos Toros is coming to Williamsburg: Former Third Eye Blind bassist Leo Kramer and his brother Oliver are bringing their East Bay–inflected Mexican to Bedford avenue in December or January. [DNAinfo]

JoeDoe is celebrating four years in operation by offering $4 drinks at the bar every day in September. [Grub Street]

• Tuesday, September 13 is veggie burger night at 61 Local in Cobble Hill, where they will be serving up selections like their Thai carrot burger and kimchi burger with black soybeans for $12; proceeds benefit the Lower Eastside Girls Club. [Grub Street]

• Chef Richard Sandoval of Maya is hosting a tasting dinner in honor of the release of his signature Herradura tequila on Tuesday, September 11: A three-course dinner complete with tequila cocktail pairings for two is $150. Tickets through Underground Eats. [Grub Street]

• Couture and cuisine aren’t only mixing during Fashion’s Night Out: Twenty-four Lincoln Square restaurants are offering special menus during Fashion Week; see the complete list here. [Grub Street]

• If you’re bored by prosecco and jaded by Champagne, head to Sekt week at Tribeca’s Maslow 6 Wine Bar, which will offer complimentary tastes of the Austrian sparkling wine and of different varieties both by the glass and in tasting flights until Saturday, September 8. [Grub Street]

• In honor of Fashion Week, the Royalton is offering fashion-themed cocktails like the Lagerfeld and Chanel 75 with amuse bouche combinations for $18. [Grub Street]

• Bite Club NYC, a supper club, is marking the official start of fall on September 22 with a six-to-eight-course tasting dinner of autumnal flavors at an as-yet-undisclosed Brooklyn location. Tickets are $100; e-mail info@nybiteclub.com for reservations. [Grub Street]

LuLu and Me is offering half-price wine in prime time: Every Saturday night in September, bottles are 50 percent off. [Grub Street]

• Weekend patrons of KTCHN in Hell’s Kitchen can now take matters into their own hands and assemble their own Bloody Marys from a variety of mixes and fixings like pickled vegetables, olives, and bacon. $10 each. [Grub Street]

• The owners of Latina magazine have launched the Latin Kitchen, a website dedicated to Latin cuisine and food culture. [Grub Street]

• L.A.-based Peruvian chef Ricardo Zarate is taking his talents to the east coast, serving up a seven-course dinner at City Grit on September 14 and 15. Tickets are $85 through City Grit. [Grub Street]

• Newly launched macaron purveyor Dana’s Bakery is opening up a pop-up at Henri Bendel just in time for Fashion Week, expanding the department store’s already extensive Fashion Week food offerings. [Grub Street]

All-Star Fund-raiser at Hearth; Shaun Hergatt’s Next Move