Tickets Still Available for the Push Project at Empellón Cocina; Fried Frog Legs at Runner & Stone

• There are a few seats left for Alex Stupak’s collaborative dinner with Incanto’s Chris Cosentino, which is on July 28 at Empellón Cocina. Tickets are $150 per person, but this meal will be worth it. [Grub Street]

Dr. Mehmet Oz and Hearst will debut a lifestyle magazine in 2014. It’ll cover health, food, and relationships. [NY Post]

• On July, 17 Runner & Stone is hosting a beer tasting dinner featuring Peak Organic beer. The four-course meal will feature pigs in a blanket and fried frog legs. Dinner is $65. Contact the restaurant for reservations. [Grub Street]

• Starting this Wednesday, Aldea will debut a tasting menu featuring dishes inspired by the Portuguese colonies. George Mendes will use ingredients such as coconut, sugar cane, hearts of palm, and yuca. [Grub Street]

• On June, 26, Williamsburg’s Southern-comfort-food restaurant Sweet Chick will debut a weekday brunch menu and a new happy-hour menu. Weekday brunch is available Monday to Friday, 11 a.m to 4 p.m., and happy hour runs Monday to Friday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. [Grub Street]

Sorella will cool down the Lower East Side with three new gelato flavors to celebrate July 4: brown sugar strawberry, Cracker Jack, and s’mores. [Grub Street]

• Celebrate July 4 with Red Rooster! The Harlem restaurant will offer three takes on the hot dog: “the midsummer,” with shrimp salad and crispy onions; “the banh dog,” with Sriracha mayo and cilantro; and “the mac,” topped with Rooster cheese sauce, jerk bacon beans, cornbread crumble, and pickles. Dogs will be available from July 4 to July 8. [Grub Street]

Tickets Still Available for the Push Project at Empellón Cocina; Fried Frog