Daniel Boulud in Conversation With Budd Mishkin; Maison Premiere’s Proprietary Beer

• In celebration of his new cookbook, Daniel: My French Cuisine, Daniel Boulud will talk with NY1’s Budd Mishkin at the 92Y on October 17 at 7 p.m. If you can’t make it to that, he’ll also be at the Columbus Circle Williams-Sonoma on October 15 at 6 p.m. [Grub Street]

• Park Luncheonette reopened, so you now have a place to grab banana bread and wine close to McCarren Park. The pizza operation will launch soon. [Bedford + Bowery]

Brushstroke’s Isao Yamada is reintroducing his take on the bento box — a $59 (oy!) arrangement of sixteen seasonal dishes, including golden crab and miso-marinated sea bass. Make sure to call to order at least three days in advance. [Grub Street]

• Marvel Comics’ C.B. Cebulski has once again put together a comprehensive west-side food and beverage guide for any of you folks headed to New York Comic Con this weekend. [Eataku]

Maison Premiere is debuting an exclusive proprietary beer: oyster stout. Made in partnership with Barrier Brewing Co, the flavor has notes of roasted malt, coffee, mineral, and brine. It’s $8 a pint. [Grub Street]

• The Moodie Report has declared Danny Meyer’s Shake Shack at JFK Terminal 4 the “Best Fast Food/Quick Service Resturant” in the airport-food-and-beverage industry. Stiff competition. [Grub Street]

The Marrow is kicking off its Roasted Classics dinner series this Sunday, October 13, with a $40 three-course prix fixe menu of twists on American classics. This week’s menu features Hampshire porchetta with apple-escarole salad and pistachios, as well as olive-oil cake with lemon curd and mascarpone ice cream. [Grub Street]

• The fourth annual Harlem Harvest Festival will take place on Saturday, October 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at A. Phillip Randolph Square. The kickoff for Harlem Park to Park’s annual Oktoberfest will include a pie, cake, and cookie bake-off that’s open to anyone, as well as a “Battle of the Chefs”, including Jason Wallace of Sylvia’s, Jonathan Ramons of Corner Social, and Jose Gonzalez of 67 Orange Street. [Grub Street]

• Jonathan Waxman is hosting a dinner celebrating Philly’s Osteria chef and co-owner Jeff Michaud’s new cookbook, Eating Italy. The meal, which will take place at Barbuto at 5:30 p.m. on October 22, is $100 for a four-course prix fixe menu and includes a signed copy of the cookbook. Call 212-924-9700 for reservations. [Grub Street]

Daniel Boulud in Conversation With Budd Mishkin; Maison Premiere’s