Seder at Telepan; Rosette Launches Brunch

Telepan is offering a special Seder prix fixe menu for Passover on April 14 and 15. The four-course dinner will feature twists on traditional dishes such as vegetable soup with matzo balls and smoked-trout potato latkes. Tickets are $95 per person, and optional kosher wine pairings will be available. [Grub Street]

• Starting March 29, Rosette will serve brunch on Saturdays and Sundays from 11:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The menu features dishes like a kale-sprout salad with pistachio-lemon pesto and wood-oven-baked eggs. [Grub Street]

• Beginning March 31, Brushstroke in Tribeca will host Kaiseki Mondays, where chef Isao Yamada will serve a different seven-course menu each week. Tickets are $115 per person, wine pairings are an additional $95, and a vegetarian kaiseki option will be available. Reservations can be made by calling 212-791-3771. [Grub Street]

Zurvu, an invite-only restaurant app that offers diners access to restaurants like Alder, Charlie Bird, and Lupa for a fee, is partnering with Food & Wine’s national campaign Grow for Good. The app will donate $1 from each purchased reservation to the campaign, which supports charitable programs aimed at increasing access to locally grown sustainable foods. [Grub Street]

• On April 12, the Pride of Brooklyn Homebrew Festival will take place at Littlefield in Gowanus. It’ll showcase 25 home brewers competing for prizes. Tickets are $25 and include a souvenir glass and unlimited tasting. [Grub Street]

Osterial del Circo is hosting a black-kale festival until March 21, which will feature the Tuscan winter vegetable as part of a four-course menu. The meal, with dishes like handmade pumpkin gnocchi with black kale and bacon, and is $49 per person. The menu is available at lunch or dinner and reservations can be made by calling 212-265-3636. [Grub Street]

Seder at Telepan; Rosette Launches Brunch