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Not My Day Job Talent Showcase; Shucked at Peels

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MIDTOWNOn October 21, Epicurean Management (the group that operates Dell'Anima and L'Artusi), will host Not My Day Job, an entertainment showcase at The Prince George Ballroom featuring members of the restaurant industry. Food and cocktails will be provided by The Meatball Shop, Marc Forgione, Colicchio & Sons, Mile End Deli, Shake Shack, and a ton of other New York restaurants. Tickets are $50, and all proceeds go towards Greenwich House, Forth Block arts, and Urban Arts Partnership. [EaterWire]

WEST VILLAGE — On Tuesday night, Michael Symon hosted a party for his new book Carnivore at the Spotted Pig, which was attended by Bobby Flay, April Bloomfield, Gail Simmons, and a slew of other big-name food people. Here's a picture of Symon and Bloomfield at the bash. [EaterWire]

EAST VILLAGE — On October 22, Peels will host an Island Creek Oyster tasting event called Shucked. The restaurant will be serving oysters by the dozen ($18) and half dozen ($10), plus oyster shooters for $6. [EaterWire]

HANGOVER OBSERVATIONSYesterday evening at the 92Y TriBeCa, photographer Todd Selby presented his just-released book Edible Selby and took part in a discussion on his artistic process. Joining him for the talk, which was moderated by Lucky Peach EIC Chris Ying, were several subjects that appear in the book: Chad Robertson (Tartine, San Francisco), Caitlin and James Freeman (Blue Bottle Coffee, San Francisco), and Danny Bowien (Mission Chinese Food, NY and SF). Head over to Eater National for a recap of the event. [Eater National]

The Spotted Pig

314 West 11th Street, Manhattan, NY 10014 (212) 620-0393 Visit Website

Peels

325 Bowery, New York, NY 10003 Visit Website

Prince George Ballroom

15 East 27th St., New York, Ny

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