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Fedora Serves a Menu from 1975; Terroir's Beer Classes

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WEST VILLAGE — Between June 4 and June 6, Fedora will celebrate its namesake, Fedora Dorato, with a menu based on one of her originals from 1975. Chefs Mehdi Brunet-Benkritly and Matt Griffin will serve their versions of entrees like chicken cordon bleu and beef stroganoff, along with a set of equally retro appetizers and desserts. For $75 the meal includes several appetizers and sides, soup, an entree, and dessert (view the full menu after the jump). For reservations call 646-449-9336 or email [EaterWire]

PARK SLOPE — Terroir Park Slope is branching out from their usual wine territory and offering a set of beer classes this June. There are three in all, one covering the basics, one on Belgian beers and one on German beers. The classes will take place on Mondays at 7 p.m. for the first three weeks of June. Tickets are $19 per person, and can be reserved online. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURG — Max Sussman is cooking a pop-up brunch at the cocktail club Donna on Sunday, June 16. The meal is part of the Sud de France Festival, and Sussman will be cooking dishes inspired by that region, like corned lamb cassoulet. Tickets are $45 per person for a four-course, family-style meal plus wine pairings, and can be purchased online. [EaterWire]

OPEN CALL — The Bocuse D'Or USA Foundation is now accepting applications for a place on its 2015 team. Chefs who are accepted will compete in the 2014 USA National Competition, and the winner will go on to lead Team USA in the international competition in 2015, which amounts to the Olympics of the culinary world. Eater National has the full press release, along with a link to the application, which, in case you're interested, is due by June 30. [EN]



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