Jean-Georges’s Sub Sandwich; Wine Dinner at La Slowteria

• Scott Edwards, formerly of the Beagle and currently at Governor, will lead the two restaurants in a cocktail pairing dinner on Monday, December 17. Half the net proceeds will go toward helping Governor in its ongoing, post-Sandy rebuilding efforts. [Grub Street]

• A new kind of tab: Go to DBGB Kitchen & Bar for their signature, $495 whole hog dinner, which feeds up to eight people, and order a selection of paired craft beers and a bottle of Pig’s Nose Scotch Whisky for $300, but don’t worry about finishing that booze if you’re full. DBGB will keep it tagged and stashed behind the bar for your next visit. [Grub Street]

• Fans of Pennsylvania brewery Sly Fox will be pleased to hear that Alobar will feature five of its brews at the restaurant’s monthly five-course beer dinner, next Thursday, December 13. [Grub Street]

• Chef Jean-Georges Vongerichten created a limited-run sandwich for No. 7 Sub: Crunchy Chicken, Asian Pear, Shiso, and Bibimbap Mayo. Proceeds from the sales of Jean-Georges’s sub — which will be offered until December 7 — go toward food aid for those affected by Hurricane Sandy. Expect subs from chefs April Bloomfield and George Mendes in the next few weeks. [Grub Street]

La Slowtería will offer a five-course tasting menu paired with five Brooklyn Oenology wines tomorrow night, December 5. Chef Hugh Orozoco’s take on regional Mexican cuisine includes dishes like Crispy Duck Gorditas and Venison Salpicon. Tickets are $75; call 718-858-2222 for more details. [Grub Street]

Jean-Georges’s Sub Sandwich; Wine Dinner at La Slowteria