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Threes Brewing Will Open With Delaney BBQ Tonight; Martha Launches an Asian Dinner Series

Plus, Speed Rack's happening in Williamburg this weekend and there's a talk on deli.

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GOWANUS — Despite a small fire during a friends and family event, Threes Brewingwill still open its doors tonight. Delaney BBQ will be in the house serving some meat and Roberta's will settle in when things calm down a bit. [EaterWire]

FORT GREENE — Martha is launching an MSG series (MSG stands for Monday Street Grub in this scenario). Chef Andres Valbuena will dedicate one or two monday evening's a month to various different Asian cuisines. The current lineup includes ramen on January 5, dim sum on January 26, wings on February 9, and pho on February 23. Dinner costs $25 and includes unlimited keg beer. [EaterWire]

WILLIAMSBURG — Speed Rack, the intense timed competition among female bartenders is having a showdown at the Music Hall of Williamsburg on December 14. Twenty bartenders will compete in several rounds. Tickets are $20 in advance, and $25 at the door. [EaterWire]

BROOKLYN HEIGHTS — Deli historian Ted Merwin is hosting a panel on the history of Jewish delis in New York at the Brooklyn Historical Society tonight. Owners of Junior's, Jay and Lloyd's Kosher Deli in Sheepshead Bay, and Mile End Deli will join in. Tickets are $10, and $5 for members. [EaterWire]

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