Brunch at Atrium DUMBO and the Butterfly; Fair Folks & a Goat Is Now Serving Beer and Wine

• Soho coffee-design shop Fair Folks & a Goat just got its beer-and-wine license! There will be a celebration tomorrow afternoon and evening. [Grub Street]

• This fall, Craftbar will host Sunday night family-style feasts in honor of the San Gennaro Festival, beginning on September 15 and going until September 22. Chef Lauren Hirschberg’s Italian spread includes fritto misto, housemade ricotta, pasta fagioli, and cacciatore-style housemade sausages. And on Sunday, September 29 and October 6, Craftbar will celebrate Oktoberfest with a German-style feast. Both menus are $45 per person and are recommended for four or more guests. [Grub Street]

• The newly opened Atrium DUMBO now serves brunch on the weekends, with dishes like pancakes with peaches and ricotta, and a leek, mushroom, and Gruyère omelette. Brunch is available Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. [Grub Street]

• Starting this weekend, the Butterfly will also serve brunch from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. [Grub Street]

• On Wednesday, October 2, nonprofit organization Just Food will host its sixth annual Let Us Eat Local Tasting Benefit, which includes a VIP oyster and cocktail hour, with food from L&W; Oyster Co. The event will take place at the Altman Building, and tickets are $175 for general admission and $300 for VIP. [Grub Street]

Maiden Lane and Louis/Dressner Selections are throwing a “Caviar, Champagne, and Hip-Hop” party to ring in the fall. Tickets cost $200 per person and include unlimited caviar, glasses of grower Champagne, and live music by Jules Dressner. [Grub Street]

The fourth annual Taste Williamsburg Greenpoint will be headlined by the Elm on September 22, and Aska and BrisketTown will also represent. Advance tickets are available: $25 for four food tastes and two drink tastes; $45 for eight food tastes and four drink tastes. [Grub Street]

Brunch at Atrium DUMBO and the Butterfly; Fair Folks & a Goat Is Now Serving