Sullivan St. Bakery Collabs With Sixpoint; Cheap Pizza for Charity

• Williamsburg sandwich-slingers Sips & Bites debuted a new fall menu yesterday, featuring four new, punchily named sandwiches, plus the return of their signature Capsule (roasted turkey, Jarlsburg cheese, bacon jam, Brussels sprouts, and mayo on baguette). [Grub Street]

• Let the games begin: This Sunday, Edi & the Wolf’s own chef Eduard Frauneder will compete on Food Network’s Iron Chef America. Fans of the show and the restaurant will enjoy the special prix fixe menu and a watch party. [Grub Street]

• Swedish chef Daniel Berlin is visting Aquavit. Berlin and executive chef Marcus Jernmark have prepared a limited tasting menu starring vegetables, like a blackened celeriac sliced open and scooped onto tapioca, dressed with sauce made with Swedish västerbotten cheese. The menu is available through Saturday. [Diner’s Journal/NYT]

• Happy Anniversary, Family Recipe. To celebrate, the “Japanese gastropub” restaurant — and recently minted Michelin Bib Gourmand — will host an all-you-can-eat buffet party, complete with sparkling sake toast. Tickets here. [Grub Street]

• If you’re thinking of eating pizza sometime this week, wait. Next week, Slice Out Hunger will bring 30 New York pizzerias to Soho to sell $1 slices. Legends like Lombardi’s and Rizzo’s will be baking pies. Each purchase is matched not once but twice, with the proceeds going to City Harvest. Lots more info here. [Grub Street]

• Did summer see you wearing out your welcome at the city’s “boozy brunch” spots? Try Ken & Cook and give your hazy weekend afternoons a new view. (Yes, of course it’s all you can drink.) [Grub Street]

• So happy together: To inaugurate its new growler program, the Chelsea location of Sullivan St. Bakery teams up with Brooklyn’s Sixpoint Brewery, who celebrates the release of its limited barleywine, the Incredible Mild Ale. The latter will take over the taps, offering $4 beers and Sullivan St. will waive growler deposits and serve their famous sandwiches. It goes down Thursday, October 4, from 6 to 9 p.m. [Grub Street]

• Dreading dark days ahead, the Tippler debuts a daily autumnal happy hour, 4 to 6 p.m., with $5 canned beers and $7 mixed drinks — including something called a Fuzzy Kitty, “the perfect marriage of Averna amaro, orange soda, and hot sauce.” [Grub Street]

Sullivan St. Bakery Collabs With Sixpoint; Cheap Pizza for Charity