More on Chelsea Market’s New Food Kiosks; Win a Private Dinner After Hours in a Museum

• Tonight, celebrate the opening of Brooklyn wine store Bibber and Bell with complimentary food by chef Ignacio Mattos and prosecco from Le Vigne di Alice. The event is free and open to the public. Bibber and Bell is located at 418 Union Avenue, between Ainslie and Devoe Streets, in Brooklyn. [Grub Street]

• On Thursday, April 18, Vic & Anthony’s Steakhouse launches A Taste of Australia. For $65, expand your Aussie palate beyond Foster’s and meat pies with a tasting of 30 Australian wines and dishes. Purchase tickets here. [Grub Street]

• Reminder: The Third Annual Tasting Brooklyn is set for April 16, where more than two dozen of the borough’s best booze and bites purveyors set up tasting booths at the Green Building in Carroll Gardens. Tickets are $50 and sold at tastingbrooklyn.com. All proceeds benefit the Brooklyn Recovery Fund. [Grub Street]

• On April 13, Agata & Valentina celebrates its twentieth anniversary by having chef Michael Lomonaco cook at its Greenwich Village location. From 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., the Porter House and Center Bar chef will cook and serve some of his favorite Sicilian dishes. [Grub Street]

• The Citizens Housing & Planning Council holds Making Room … for Dinner, a fund-raising raffle that grants three winners a private, after-hours dinner at the Museum of the City of New York. For one night only, Chris Bradley of Untitled will serve winners a three-course dinner in the museum’s third-floor gallery. The dinner will be held on April 25, and the raffle winners will be announced on April 18. Raffle tickets can be purchased here. [Grub Street]

• At Cipriani on 42nd Street, City Harvest hosts the 19th Annual Evening of Practical Magic on April 16. Chef Marc Murphy will be the night’s honoree, with funds raised for the nonprofit’s emergency food efforts. The event will be hosted by Ted Allen. More information here. [Grub Street]

• More on the new vendors at Chelsea Market’s kiosk area, which opens in May. The brand-new arcade will introduce six vendors to the space, including the fourth location of Num Pang sandwich shop and Hybird, a fried-chicken joint by restaurateur Stephen Starr and the Roots’ Questlove. [Grub Street]

• Looking ahead, Mono+Mono offers an Infuse Your Own Soju promotion for the entire month of May. On Monday evenings, owner MJ Chung guides diners in blending soju with a selection of fresh herbs and seasonal fruits, to be jarred and later enjoyed once the soju has been infused. Sessions are free but are limited to six guests. Reservations are required. [Grub Street]

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