Punk-Band-Inspired Hot Sauce; Early Supper at the Marrow

• Johnny and Nancy McLaughlin of Chopped will debut their “Fire Burn Babylon Hardcore Hot Sauce,” which is inspired by punk band Bad Brains, at Brooklyn Flea this weekend. Bad Brains band members Dr. Know and Darryl Jennifer served as taste-testers throughout the sauce’s creation. [Grub Street]

• On February 7, Nitehawk Cinema will pair a screening of American Psycho with a dinner of Patrick Bateman–approved “nouveau haute cuisine” (think squid ravioli and sea urchin ceviche). You’ll feel like you’re at a FiDi five-star restaurant in the eighties. [Eater NY]

• The New York Post published a hard-hitting exposé on the actual size of Subway Footlong sandwiches, in which they found that a troubling four out of seven Subway Footlongs measured only eleven and a half or (gasp!) eleven inches. [Gothamist]

• From January 23 to 26, frequenters of Pie Face will get free meat pie samples and a chance to spin the Pie Face Prize Wheel in honor of the Aussie establishment’s first birthday, National Pie Day, and Australia Day. [Grub Street]

• Starting on January 21, West Village German-Italian bistro the Marrow will offer a $25 early supper of an appetizer and entree on Mondays through Thursdays. The menu options rotate daily and will be available for only 45 minutes a day, starting at 5 p.m. [Grub Street]

Punk-Band-Inspired Hot Sauce; Early Supper at the Marrow