NYC Food Events for This Weekend and Beyond

Smoked meat from Mile End.

Friday (July 13)

First Annual Super (Duper) Market
Fri-Sun, July 13-15, 11 AM-4 PM
Paper Magazine, along with AmEx and Target, presents the first Super (Duper) Market--a collection of artisanal foodstuffs and specialty items. New York vendors like Red Rooster and Mile End Delicatessen are joined by amazing out-of-towners including Boulette's Larder and Humphrey Slocombe from San Francisco. Free to browse before you nibble.
410 West 16th St. New York, NY event website

Saturday (July 14)

Bouchon Bakery's Bastille Day Menu
Bouchon is celebrating the French fête with a four-course menu for $38: Moules au Safran; Poulet Rôti with polenta, tomatoes, sauce chasseur; Tomme de Savoie cheese with cherries and almonds; and Peach Melba. Magnifique, n'est-ce pas?
10 Columbus Circle New York, NY website

Sunday (July 15)

Endless Oysters & Beer Sunset Sail
Sunday July 15, 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
Sail around the New York harbor on the Clipper City tall ship, while you have all the oysters you can eat (from Fishers Island Oyster Farm in Long Island, with Open Oyster) and all the Sixpoint Beer you can drink. $90. Leaves from Pier 17, South Street Seaportevent website

Monday (July 16)

Monday Night Gypsy Brewer Series at Perilla
Monday July 16, evening
Perilla offers a five course menu which features Stillwater Artisanal Ales. These craft beers are some of the best regarded in the country, and each course has its proper beer accompaniment—not bad for the price. Perilla encourages reservations. $60. 9 Jones St. New York, NY 10014 212.929.6868 event website

Tuesday (July 17)

Homemade Empanadas
Tuesday July 17, 6:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Graciel Cases instructs you in the fine art of empanada making. The pocket starts with the right dough, which should be soft and sturdy—then you get into the fillings (and some beer). $65. 100 Frost St. Brooklyn, NY 11211 event website

Tea Tasting 101
Tuesday, July 17, 7:30 PM to 8:30 PM
Emeric Harney, a tea sommelier (those exist), will teach you tea appreciation. Refreshments accompany teat tasting and discussion, during which you will learn everything you ever needed to know about tea. $50. 433 Broome St. New York, NY 10013 event website

Wednesday (July 18)

Yum's the Word: a New Storytelling Show featuring Homemade Ice Cream Cakes
Wednesday July 18, 7:30 PM
Robin Gelfebien, a comedic storyteller, throws a performance/party for the audience, which includes her homemade ice cream cakes. It's ice cream month, so why not let ice cream bleed into your weeknight entertainment? $10. 158 Bleecker St. New York, NY 10012 event website www.lprnyc.com

Thursday (July 19)

Francine Segan's World of Tasting: Undiscovered Italy: Piedmont's Langhe-Roero Regions
Thursday, July 19th, 7 PM
Ever wondered about the slow food movement? Apparently it was born in Langhe-Roero region of Northern Italy, and you can learn (and eat) about it. Admission includes wine and food tasting. Tickets from $40. 92nd St. Y, 1395 Lexington Ave. 212.415.5500; event website

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