Citymeals-on-Wheels’ Reception at Telepan Local; Counter Culture’s Collaboration With the Avett Brothers

• On January 22, City Grit will celebrate the “new South,” with Rappahannock Restaurant’s chefs offering dishes like fluke ceviche, Spanish mackerel, and Chesapeake Bay oysters for $85. Tickets available here. [Grub Street]

Counter Culture is partnering with the Avett Brothers to produce a coffee that benefits St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. You can find it here; $10 out of the $16 each bag costs will be channeled to the hospital. [Grub Street]

• The owners of the Farm on Adderley are opening a new sustainable bakery in Ditmas Park called Nine Chains. [Village Voice]

Telepan Local will celebrate its opening with a cocktail reception to benefit Citymeals-on-Wheels at 6:30 p.m. on January 28. Tickets are $150 and all proceeds are earmarked for feeding the elderly. E-mail jean@citymeals.org or call 212-687-1290 for tickets. [Grub Street]

Loreley is hosting its first Winter Beer Festival from January 18 to February 1. Expect some parties and Riegele Augustus Weizen Doppelbock, Hofbräu Delicator, and Köstritzer Schwarzbier. [Grub Street]

Miss Lily’s will cook up traditional Super Bowl options with a Jamaican twist. Offerings will include slow-cooked jerk chicken wings, pork ribs, and fried plantains with ackee dip. [Grub Street]

Citymeals-on-Wheels’ Reception at Telepan Local; Counter Culture’s