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November 10: Have Beer, Will teach

Beer guru Josh Bernstein is hosting a beer tasting tonight at Pacific Standard. Join him from 8- 10PM at the Park Slope restaurant and take advantage of his immense beer knowledge.  Pacific Standard, 82 Fourth Ave, Brooklyn, 8- 10PM

November 13: Where’s Snooki?

Head to the New Amsterdam’s Market’s Peck Slip Pickle Festival at the old Fulton Fish Market to try a variety of pickles and some wintry, cheesy goodies, like Saxelby Cheesemongers’ raclette. South Street near Beekman, 11AM- 4PM

November 13: Franklin Hits Hill Country

Pit-master Aaron Franklin comes to New York with his famous brisket. For one night only Franklin will man the barbeque at Hill Country offering his signature specials from 6- 9PM. Reservations to this BBQ delight are strongly recommended. Hill Country, 30 West 26th Street, 212-255-4544, 6- 9PM

November 10-13: New York Chocolate Show

Life in the City gets sweeter every November with the 14th annual Chocolate Show, a full-on celebration that presents world-renowned fine chocolate companies and chocolatiers sampling and selling their delicious delicacies. General admission is $30 and tickets gain you access to live cooking demonstrations at the Dacor Culinary Theaters, book signings by award-winning authors at Barnes & Noble and a Kids Zone for the young ones. For more information visit chocolateshow.com. Metropolitan Pavillion, 125 West 18th Street, Thurs- Sat 10AM- 7PM, Sunday 10AM- 6PM

November 11: Harvest Bash

Apples get their due at the Brooklyn Oenology Winery Harvest Bash tomorrow night. A full range of ciders (hard, hot and spiced) ) will be available, along with a full range of local wines, apple brandy and apple based treats. Brooklyn Oenology Winery, Tasting Room, 209 Wythe Ave, Brooklyn 7PM- 12AM


November 11: Show Your Support

It’s parade season and the New York City Veteran’s Day Parade is up. Hundreds of thousands of people will line Fifth Avenue to celebrate and honor those who have served our country. The parade—the nations largest- will featureg floats, music, marchers and more. Fifth Avenue and 26th Street, 11AM

November 12: Super Market

Head out to Williamsburg for Smorgasburg’s last outdoor weekend. A host of new vendors selling artisanal lard, dan dan noodles and Israeli-style schnitzel have all joined the market and join favorites Shorty Tang and Sons, Bon Chovie and Rob & Annas. 27 N. Sixth Street , Brooklyn, 10AM- 5PM

November 15: gobble, gobble

Head over to 61 Local to catch Brooklyn Cured‘s class on how to make two types of sausage to complement your Thanksgiving turkeys. As an added bonus, there will be a tasting of the sausages we make paired with three craft beers offered by 61 Local. 61 Local, 61 Bergen Street, Brooklyn 7- 9PM, $47.12

November 17: Swine Humor Round Deux

In case you missed the show on the 3rd, Leila Cohen-Miccio’s sketch “Pig: A Restaurant” is back for a second round. The comedic play features characters with echoes of David Chang, Gael Greene, and a bunch of other NYC food clichés we’re all guilty of and tickets cost an economical $5. Reserve here to experience the ultimate pig roast. Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, 307 West 26th Street, 8PM

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