Eataly’s Celebration of Italian Gastronomy; John Legend to Perform at Wine Spectator’s Big Event

• Joshua M. Bernstein will celebrate the launch of his new book, The Complete Beer Course, on September 10 with an open bar at the Brooklyn Brewery. Tickets are $15, or $30 if you want a copy of the book too. [Grub Street]

• At Wine Spectator’s New York Wine Experience on October 24 to 26, guests can sample rare and vintage wines from more than 250 wineries and chateaus at the Marriott Marquis. This year’s lineup includes chefs like José Andrés and Emeril Lagasse as well as a performance by singer-songwriter John Legend. Register here. [Grub Street]

• For the fourth year in a row, Identita Golose and Eataly are partnering for a three-day celebration of Italian gastronomy. From October 4 to 6, Eataly will host cooking demonstrations by chefs like Mario Batali and Daniel Boulud alongside acclaimed Italian chefs like Massimo Bottura and Carlo Cracco. The celebration will culiminate in a five-course dinner with dishes prepared by all of the chefs. Demonstrations are $125 per person; dinners are $200 per person. To register, contact Eataly at 212-539-0204. [Grub Street]

Idle Hands Bar has teamed up with local brewers to create four Ramones-themed beers. You can taste the results at the bar on September 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. Tickets are $15. [Grub Street]

Malt n Mash is now offering exclusive tastings of Heineken Extra Cold (beer chilled to between 29 and 32 degrees Fahrenheit so it’s smoother and less bitter) and, from now until September 9th, will be giving away two tickets daily to the U.S. Open. [Grub Street]

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