EN Japanese Brasserie’s New Vegan Menu; Suckling Pig Night at Hill & Dale

EN Japanese Brasserie has just added a new vegan menu (“Nohara”) to its dinner service. Seven courses cost $65, with an optional $35 sake pairing, and the dishes include a truffle-yuba-tofu salad and cold udon noodles. [Grub Street]

• Newly opened Hill & Dale will be hosting a Suckling Pig Night for a select number of guests on Sunday, June 23, starting at 5 p.m. and lasting until 2 a.m. [Grub Street]

The Spotted Pig will be hosting its fifth annual Gay Pride Party on Sunday, June 30, after the parade ends in the West Village at around 5:30 p.m. The party will be held on the restaurant’s second floor and will go on late into the night. There will be $10 specialty shots and $6 beers at the bar, where D.J. Jasper will be spinning throughout the night. [Grub Street]

The City Reliquary will be hosting a Founder’s Farewell Luau on Sunday, June 23, for Dave Herman. Tickets are $35 at the door or in advance, and the event will include a pig-roast dinner courtesy of Fette Sau, sides and salads from Lodge, Saltie cookies from Momofuku, authentic (liquored up) Hawai’ian Punch, and big bottles of Brooklyn Brewery Limited Release beer. [Grub Street]

The New York Coalition for Healthy School Food (NYCHSF) will host an art exhibit to raise funds and awareness for healthy school food at Russell Simmons’ Art Gallery in Chelsea, Rush Arts Gallery. NYCHSF is responsible for the first public (non-charter) vegetarian school in the country, PS244 in Queens. [Grub Street]

Edible New York’s Eat Drink Local Week at Nick and Toni’s Cafe will offer a special prix fixe menu from Saturday, June 22, through Sunday, June 29. It costs $35 per person. [Grub Street]

• Next Tuesday, June 25, the HISTORY Cross Country Cookout Tour will bring its 80-foot barbecue smoker and grill to Union Square. The world’s largest smoker and grill on wheels will be open to the public from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. with free Texas sausage, backyard games, and chances to win prizes. [Grub Street]

EN Japanese Brasserie’s New Vegan Menu; Suckling Pig Night at Hill & Dale