Three Letters Offering an Arrested Development Tasting Menu; Brooklyn Label Hosting a Bourbon and Pork Belly Event

• On Saturday, May 25, Hester Street Fair will feature a brand-new vendor, Ducks Eatery. There will also be a ping-pong tournament — with prizes! [Grub Street]

The Windsor is providing another reason to stay in town this Memorial Day. The West Village gastropub will be open on Monday, May 27, serving peach barbecue chicken wings and other specials. [Grub Street]

• In honor of the Bluth Family’s triumphant return, Three Letters is serving up an Arrested Development tasting menu, appropriately titled the Final Countdown. On Sunday, May 26, there will be a $45 per person dinner with cornballs, Ika and Tina Tuna, and frozen bananas, of course. [Grub Street]

Brooklyn Label is hosting Bourbon & Belly, an event on May 23 that will showcase sliced pancetta, braised cured belly, and smoked flank bacon. Tickets are $30, and you’ll get a flight of cocktails and beer, too. [Grub Street]

• Starting May 31, DBGB is celebrating those employees blessed with Summer Fridays. From 1 to 6 p.m., guests can pick from a selection of seafood plateaus that each come with two pints of draft beer on the house. [Grub Street]

• Over 50 restaurants are coming out for the eighth annual Taste of LIC. The Chocolate Factory will host food and drink by the likes of Alobar, Brooklyn Grange, and M. Wells Dinette. Grab your tickets here. [Grub Street]

• On Thursday, May 23, Elastic City will host a benefit featuring the crowd-sourced creation of signature cocktails, to be mixed by Dave Nurmi (The JakeWalk) and Brad Farran (Death and Company). Tickets are $40 for the open bar. [Grub Street]

• The EMM Group is teaming up with Common Ground to raise money for the homeless. A portion of proceeds from the cereal-encrusted doughnuts at the General will go toward the charity. [Grub Street]

Three Letters Offering an Arrested Development Tasting Menu; Brooklyn