Oren’s Seeks Fortune in FiDi; La Maison Cointreau Is Basically What It Sounds Like

• Boerum Hill gets a lesson in vintage: Next Tuesday, October 16, Rucola, the “brownstone-cum-Piedmontese farmhouse,” will team up with Isabella Oddero for a tasting dinner featuring the restaurant’s Piedmont-inspired cuisine and the Oddero family’s famous Barolo wines. [Grub Street]

• The sun may shine on the South Fork in the summertime, but Long Island’s quieter side thrives in autumn. Tasting Table has compiled a guide to eating and drinking your way through a North Fork vacation, including the lunch truck at North Fork Table and Inn. [Tasting Table]

• Citywide coffee shop Oren’s Daily Roast will soon caffeinate the FiDi’s money-movers with a new location at Fulton and William Streets. [Midtown Lunch]

• Curious about Cointreau? Flip through a special collection of first-edition cocktail recipe books, take a short mixology lesson, and hear from a sixth-generation Cointreau-maker to learn the history of this French orange liqueur — all for free at La Maison Cointreau, a temporary exhibition in a historic Village townhouse. [Grub Street]

• Charlotte Druckman’s Skirt Steak: Women Chefs on Standing the Heat & Staying in the Kitchen is due out October 24, but next week she hosts a chef’s dinner at the Press Lounge at Print, featuring Heather Carlucci-Rodriguez (Print), Kierin Baldwin (the Dutch), Chloe Lasserone (All Good Things), Lauren Resler (Empellon Cocina), and Christina Tosi (Momofuku/Milk Bar). [Grub Street]

Oren’s Seeks Fortune in FiDi; La Maison Cointreau Is Basically What It