July 4 Barbecue at Riverpark; Edward Lee’s Book Signing at City Grit

Riverpark is marking Independence Day in style with its first annual Fourth of July barbecue. Celebrate with red, white, and blue sangria, whole roasted pigs, and more from 1 to 6 p.m. The event is free for kids under 5, $65 for others under 21, and $95 for those over the legal drinking age. Get your tickets here. [Grub Street]

Fatty ‘Cue is rolling out a five-course tasting menu featuring dishes like pork and beef ribs, smoked brisket, and smoked lamb. Starting Sunday, you can get it at the restaurant’s West Village ($49) and Williamsburg ($39) locations. [Grub Street]

• Over in Hell’s Kitchen, the West Bank Cafe is celebrating its 35th anniversary by offering a $20, weekday, three-course lunch special. If you’re stopping by for dinner, the café is taking half off the bottle price of wines Tuesdays after 7 p.m. [Grub Street]

City Grit Culinary Salon is hosting chef Edward Lee for a book signing and tasting on July 12. Guests get to taste curry pork pies, lime beef salad, pulled-pork barbecue, and more, as well as unlimited Singha Beer and a signed copy of Lee’s cookbook for $75. [Grub Street]

• The new prix fixe lunch options at Andanada have arrived! On weekdays from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., diners get to choose one tapa and one Spanish-style sandwich for $15, or one tapa and one lunch entrée for $19. [Grub Street]

July 4 Barbecue at Riverpark; Edward Lee’s Book Signing at City Grit