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Mast Brothers is Throwing a 'Hootenanny'; The Vine Launches Brunch This Sunday

Plus, a garden party with fresh juice mocktails and a whole lot of sherry.

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CHELSEA —  The Vine is launching brunch service this Sunday. Dishes include breakfast staples like lemon ricotta pancakes, baked eggs with spicy soppressata and eggplant caponata as well as day drinks like mimosas and bloody marys. Check out the full menu, below. [Eaterwire]

WILLIAMSBURG — Mast Brothers and the Newport Folk Foundation are throwing a "Hootenanny" next Thursday. The event will take place at the Mast Brothers Factory and features Island Creek Oysters that are shucked to order, food from chef Chris Fischer, of Martha's Vineyard's Beach Plum, and cocktails made with High West Whiskey. All proceeds go towards funding music education in New England schools. [Eaterwire]

UPPER WEST SIDE — Jacob's Pickles is throwing a fundraiser to benefit the new garden of the Urban Assembly School for Green Careers. The food menu includes snap peas with fresh ricotta, mint vinaigrette, and honey; fresh radishes with their greens topped with cultured butter and salt; and freshly juiced mocktails. Tickets to cocktail hour are $100 and another $50 to also attend dinner. The party starts at Jacob's Pickles and will later move to the garden, and tickets can be bought online. [Eaterwire]

AROUND TOWN — Peter Liem's Sherryfest is back so is its dizzying roster of eventsThere will be restaurant dinners with pairings at Chef's Club, Huertas, and Toro as well as seminars covering everything from the history of sherry in cocktails, courtesy of expert David Wondrich, to a talk on sherry in wine programs moderated by Levi Dalton, and even a tasting of vintage sherries from González Byass. [Eaterwire]

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