Al Di La Spinoff Gets a Name; Eight Nights of Latkes at Kutsher’s Tribeca

• Hear kitchen horror stories from the pros tomorrow night at Brooklyn Brewery. The storytelling and networking event will raise money for ReStore Red Hook. Dine on Dreamscoops beer floats, Porchetta, Brooklyn Cured sandwiches, and Anarchy in a Jar pop tarts; and purchase raffle tickets toward prizes including dinners at Talde, Farm on Adderley, Seersucker, and more. Tickets are available here. [Brooklyn Based]

STK OUT is launching delivery service in Manhattan. Have burgers and shakes delivered to locations from 25th Street to 48th Street, between Park and Ninth avenues. Delivery is available from 11 a.m. until 6:30 p.m. [Grub Street]

• The team behind Al Di La is getting closer to opening its third spot. It will be called Lincoln Station and will be around the corner from Bar Corvo in Prospect Heights. [Prospect Heights Patch]

Ladies United for the Preservation of Endangered Cocktails (LUPEC) are hosting a charity event in memory of Allyson Krieger, sister of food photographer Daniel Krieger, at Macao Trading Co. on Tuesday. LUPEC members will share the bar with barback Giuseppe Gonzalez from 8 p.m. to 10 a.m. Proceeds from $10 Caliche Rum punch and cocktails will benefit Memorial Sloan-Kettering. [Grub Street]

Kutsher’s Tribeca is bringing back “Eight Nights of Latkes” this year. Each night of Hanukkah, try a new latke preparation, starting with pastrami smoked duck, pear butter, and sour cherry latkes December 8 and finishing out the holiday with their Peking duck, cucumber, scallion, and sesame hoisin variety December 15. [Grub Street]

Al Di La Spinoff Gets a Name; Eight Nights of Latkes at Kutsher’s Tribeca