The Harrison’s New Menu; Pok Pok’s Contest

• On Saturday, March 16, Bill’s Food & Drink will offer specials just blocks from the St. Patrick’s Day parade. There will also be a Shamrock soft-serve dessert made with vanilla and creme de menthe, and plenty of booze. [Grub Street]

• Tickets are still available for Vegas Uncork’d, Bon Appétit’s food festival from May 9 to 12. Mingle with culinary stars such as Joel Robuchon, Alain Ducasse, Charlie Palmer, Jean-Georges Vongerichten, and Todd English. [Grub Street]

The General is serving baked goods from 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hit the Bowery hot spot for cereal-inspired doughnuts (like Coco Puffs with Coco Cream) and breakfast pretzel bombs. [Grub Street]

• Join Spike McClure at Beaumarchais for a five-course whiskey dinner and tasting on March 12. It’s $110 per person. [Grub Street]

• With the recent appointment of executive chef Ari Bokovza (formerly chef de cuisine at the Standard Grill), the Harrison has debuted a new menu that includes items like grilled octopus with sweet potato falafel and homemade harissa; spiced pork chop with pistachio, robiolina, and Moroccan spices; and corn-crusted Chatham cod. [Grub Street]

Enter for a chance to win an all-expenses-paid dinner with chef Andy Ricker at Pok Pok. [Grub Street]

Blaue Gans is hosting a wine dinner on Wednesday, March 13. Tickets for the spring-themed three-course meal are priced at $85 and can be purchased by calling 212-240-9557. [Grub Street]

606 R&D; will celebrate the first night of Passover with a seder-inspired menu on March 25. [Grub Street]

The Harrison’s New Menu; Pok Pok’s Contest