Boozy Classes at Terroir; New Food at Madison Square Garden

Terroir Murray Hill is offering a range of hour-long courses covering topics such as wine and sherry. Each class is $27 per person and includes a full tasting. The first class is on November 2; tickets can be purchased online. [Grub Street]

Madison Square Garden recently unveiled new stadium food options, like Cocina tacos from Jean-Georges and a La Esquina outpost. [Grub Street]

• In more sports-stadium-related food news, a fan is suing the Kansas City Royals over injuries caused by a hot dog thrown by the team mascot, which ended up striking his eye. The Missouri Supreme Court is currently debating whether or not he has a valid case. [AP]

Anfora is now serving up raclette cheese accompanied by charcuterie, bread, potatoes, and cornichons on Sundays from 3 p.m. until midnight. The plates are $12 each. [Grub Street]

Pescatore is celebrating its twentieth anniversary by introducing Parm Sundays starting on November 10. For $20, diners are offered two-courses, including a Parmesan entrée of choice served over house-made pasta. Italian wines will also be available for purchase for $5 a glass. [Grub Street]

Boozy Classes at Terroir; New Food at Madison Square Garden