Hearth’s Weekly Lobster Boils; Sun Noodle Pop-up at Louro

• Starting July 27, Hearth will host weekly lobster boils every Sunday until August 31. The three-course, $68 per person meal is family-style and will include tomato and watermelon salad, smoked bluefish paté, a lobster pot with one-and-a-quarter-pound lobsters for each guest, and peach cobbler for dessert. To reserve seats, call the restaurant. [Grub Street]

• On Monday, August 4, Louro will host a one-night-only Sun Noodle ramen pop-up. The $55 per person menu includes nigiri sushi, a shrimp cake slider, surf and turf-style ramen, and more. The pop-up is BYO beer and wine, but two complementary glasses of sake will be provided. The tickets have sold out, but may become available as cancellations allow. [Grub Street]

Betony will serve a whole loup de mer (fish), stuffed with herbs and presented with a trio of sauces, that feeds two generously on Sundays for only $85. Betony will also host a guest chef “Produce Playoff” dinner on August 18 with David Nayfeld, formerly of Eleven Madison Park, with an eight-course, $95 prix fixe menu. Reservations here. [Grub Street]

Real Cheap Eats launched its new website today, with a new map highlighting NYC’s best under $10 grub and 44 new dishes added to its Summer Guide. [Grub Street]

• On August 6 at 7 p.m., author and food historian Francine Segan will moderate a 92Y talk on counterfeit wine with New York Times wine critic Eric Asimov, author of Billionaire’s Vinegar & Judge Ben Wallace, and judge Richard Berman. Tickets here. [Grub Street]

Instacart, the one-hour grocery delivery service, just added Fairway Market for Manhattan and expanded its delivery area to Queens. [Grub Street]

Hearth’s Weekly Lobster Boils; Sun Noodle Pop-up at Louro