Hearth’s Tenth-Anniversary Dinner Series; New Happy Hours at the Butterfly and Cull & Pistol

Cull & Pistol, located in Chelsea Market, will offer an oyster happy hour starting tomorrow. From 3:30 to 6 p.m. every Monday through Friday, oysters on the raw-bar menu (a rotating selection of ten varieties) will be available for $1 each. [Grub Street]

• As part of the upcoming New York City Wine & Food Festival, Dana Cowin will lead a panel discussion on food memories and how they inspire cooking. The panel, which takes place on October 19 from 11 a.m to 12 p.m., will include chefs Marcus Samuelsson, Gabrielle Hamilton, and Andy Ricker. Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online. [Grub Street]

• Marco Canora and Paul Grieco will host four special dinners leading up to the ten-year anniversary of their East Village restaurant, Hearth. The first dinner, a fried-chicken celebration, is a collaboration with Sean Brock: It’ll take place on Tuesday, October 15, with seatings from 6 to 10 p.m. and cost $65 per person. Other dinners include Quince Restaurant’s Michael Tusk (October 21) and Hugh Acheson (November 19). The series will culminate with the Hearth tenth-anniversary dinner on Wednesday, November 20, featuring dishes from the likes of Tom Colicchio, David Chang, and Karen DeMasco. Call 646-602-1300 for more information and to make reservations. [Grub Street]

The Butterfly is offering a new happy-hour promotion Monday through Friday from 4 p.m. until 7 p.m. All cocktails will be $10, with beer priced at $4, and a range of snacks will be on offer for $5. [Grub Street]

• An exclusive dinner organized by Alex’s Lemonade Stand Foundation is returning for the third year and will take place at Industria Super Studio from 6 to 10 p.m on Tuesday, October 8. Chefs like Marcus Samuelsson and Paul Kahan will prepare and serve one-of-a-kind family-style meals. There will also be live and silent auctions that will benefit the fight against childhood cancer. For tickets, call 610-649-3034. [Grub Street]

Franny’s is hosting a Cellar Series dinner on Wednesday, October 9. Tickets to the six-course Alto Piemonte wine dinner with wine importer Neal Rosenthal are $250 per person, which covers dinner, beverage pairings, tax, and gratuity. The full menu is available online. [Grub Street]

Hearth’s Tenth-Anniversary Dinner Series; New Happy Hours at the Butterfly