10/01/2012 10:06:00 AM

New York Dining Deals and Events, October 1-7

The grill at Mas (La Grillade)


West Villager Mas (La Grillade) celebrates its one-year anniversary with half-off its roasted oysters between 6 and 9 PM tonight. And, a glass of muscadet is on the house with each oyster dish, too.


French Institute Alliance Fran├žaise kicks off its Films for Foodies series tonight, with screenings and talks celebrating the importance of food and wine in French culture. This evening’s lineup includes short film The Battle of the Century followed by Sofia Coppola’s Marie Antoinette. Afterwards, series curator John Mariani and Ariane Daguin, owner of D’Artagnan Foods, will participate in a Q&A. See the complete lineup for the series and purchase tickets here.


Restaurant Cantinetta Antinori has locations in Florence, Zurich, Vienna, and Moscow, and tonight you’ll find Executive Chef Lorenzo di Martino at the Mondrian Soho preparing a four course meal paired with wines from the Antinori family winery. The meal runs $165 and seatings are available at 7 PM and 9:30 PM. The pop-up continues through October 6th - get the details and purchase tickets here.


Treat yourself with a visit to the delightful West Village shop Bonnie Slotnick Cookbooks today. To celebrate 15 years of business, they’re offering 15 percent off all in-store purchases - including kitchen gadgets, crockery, barware, and linens - throughout the month of October.


Beginning tonight and running through the weekend, Jimmy’s No. 43 will be offering authentic German cask ales, including rare Kellerbiers, Landbiers, and Zwiekelbiers from the Bamberg region. They’ll also be running a special deal on the traditional German dinner: $20 buys you three wurst, sides, and two beers.


If you love food and music, today’s the day to visit Williamsburg food vendor extravaganza Smorgasburg, which will be hosting the Fifth Brooklyn Flea Record Fair today from 11 AM to 6 PM. Thirty-two vendors will be offering collector’s items from LPs to music memorabilia, and this year also marks the first time craft brewery Dogfish Brewery will sponsor the event. See the complete list of vendors and get more info here.


Get outside with beloved Ditmas Park eatery The Farm on Adderley, which is hosting a guided foraging tour of Prospect Park at noon, followed by a foraging-inspired dinner at 8 PM. The cost for both runs $80 - sign up by sending an email to thefarmonadderleyevents@gmail.com.


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