Farmer’s Dinner at the Fat Radish; Luke’s Lobster’s Fund-raiser

• There will be a benefit at Otto in honor of the New York Botanical Garden’s Edible Academy on Monday, October 28. The event, which begins at 5:30 p.m., includes a cocktail hour, a silent auction, and a family-style dinner. Tickets are $350 per adult and $200 per child; for tickets and more information call 718-817-8773. [Grub Street]

Luke’s Lobster is organizing a fund-raiser for the Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy this Saturday on Pier 1. Tickets are $40 each and give diners access to whole steamed lobster, corn, potatoes, slaw, blueberry cake, hot cider, and ice-tea-lemonade. The event, which includes live jazz music, will take place between 2:30 and 5:30 p.m. [Grub Street]

The Fat Radish will host its second Farmer’s Dinner on November 3. The meal, which runs from 6 p.m. until 11 p.m., is $110 per person and includes a five-course meal complete with wine pairings. To reserve your spot, e-mail reservations@thefatradishnyc.com. [Grub Street]

• The West Village location of the Meatball Shop will host a pop-up dinner featuring a collaboration with Kyle Itani of San Francisco’s Hopscotch. It’ll take place on October 25 at 7 p.m., and includes a five-course feast with beverage pairings. Tickets are $160 per person and can be purchased online. [Grub Street]

• Girls’ Pint Out, a group dedicated to fostering women’s appreciation of craft beer, is hosting a special tasting of Sin & Tonic at Alewife at 6:30 p.m. this Wednesday. Sin & Tonic is a craft beer based on the flavors of classic cocktail Gin and Tonic, and is brewed by one of the Girls’ Pint Out Founders, Jenn Litz, in collaboration with the New Belgium Brewing company. Alewife has one of the nine kegs available and pints will cost $4 a piece. [Grub Street]

• Every night from 5:30 until 7:30 p.m. there will be select beers, wines, and cheese plates available for $7 each at L’Apicio. [Grub Street]

Anfora will offer half off of all glasses of wine poured from their magnums after midnight Monday through Saturday. [Grub Street]

Farmer’s Dinner at the Fat Radish; Luke’s Lobster’s