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Upcoming Foodie Events - Updated Weekly

UPCOMING EVENTS:
 
If you've been to one of our BBQs before you know that they are absolutely EPIC! This time around we will have our biggest sponsor Abeles & Heymannback providing the hot dogs and burgers along with salads from Tuv Taam. For a unique drink experience, Chilla Beverages will be there churning out their delicious icy creations. Plus, we will have plenty of activities including sports games and bootcamp featuring Move U Fitness. If you are interested in being a volunteer for the day, please email Elan Kornblum at Elan@gkrm.net.
Click here to buy your early bird tickets. Book your tickets now for $5 off admission price. Price is $15 per person before the day of the event, $20 the day of the event. 
 
It's been a little while since we had a nice, feel good restaurant story, and of course, Kasai and owner Victor Ebadi are at the forefront of this. Kasai and Chai Lifeline are doing a special Hibachi Night for their guests where kids and the counselors of Camp Simcha will come eat for free and enjoy the Hibachi Show. There will be toys and lots of fun. All RSVPs are for Camp Simcha so please contact agold@chailifeline.org or call 212-699-6654. Kasai would like to thank all their customers and supporters for helping them make kids smile. The restaurant is located at 2524 Coney Island Avenue off Avenue V in Brooklyn. To make reservations or for more info on the restaurant for all nights, click here.
 
 
 
 
 
This year's Chop Hunger event is taking place Wednesday, September 21st at the Lincoln Square Synagouge in NYC. The judges are Mike Gershkovich from Mike's Bistro Jordana Hirschal from the Blue Ladle and a surprise judge. Competing is Bryan Gryka from Milt's Barbecue for the Perplexed in Chicago and Avi Bitton from Fuego in Miami. Jordana Hirschal from the Blue Ladle will be in charge of the tomato tasting table, as Farmer Lee from The Chef's Table will be donating 'designer' tomatoes. The chefs judging and competing will be preparing their own tasting elements for the guests. Additionally, there will be a wine tasting table from Royal Wines. After the food is served, the competition will start. The seating for the competition should be theatre style. The contestants will be on risers as will be the judges. The goal is to raise awareness for Masbia and money to help in their efforts to feed the hungry people of New York. Click here to buy tickets. 
 
Chef Bryan Gryka of Milt's BBQ for the Perplexed in Chicago is doing a pop-up dinner at Six Thirteen Restaurant in Stamford, CT on September 22nd. The 5 course menu will be Milt's influenced but Chef Gryka will be using his creativity to present a menu that is different and delicious. Click here to see it. The current manager of Six Thirteen, Dan Weiss, was formerly the manager at Milt's before moving to the East Coast. This reunion is sure to be a tasty one. There will be two seatings available at 6pm and 9pm. Seats are $100 per person plus tax and tip. To reserve, email Dan@613restaurant.com or call 203-614-8777. Six Thirteen is located at 108 Prospect Street in Stamford, CT. 
Menu:
1) Sous vide short rib on sunchoke puree and wilted spinach
2) Arugula/fennel salad with duck breast, hard cooked egg, peach/duck fat vinaigrette
3) Trio of Pulled chicken slider (on a pretzel bun with caramelized onions and Carolina mustard sauce), cornbread, baked beans
4) Five-spiced smoked rib tips on sriracha brown rice
5) Chocolate bread pudding with spicy bourbon caramel 
 
 
 
There aren't many chances during New York City's Wine and Food Festival for kosher diners to indulge in the spectacular cuisine. This past year there was the first glatt kosher dinner at the Miami Festival featuring famous Israeli chefs. During this year's NYC Festival you will have the chance to taste the best of modern kosher cuisine inspired by Israel. TV personality Eden Grinshpan will be the host of the evening with dishes by Elior Balbul, Amitzur Mor and Yehuda Sichel. All are up and coming, highly talented chefs who work with acclaimed executive chefs in top kitchens. Tickets are $250 per person. Dinner will be taking place October 13th at 7PM at Bison & Bourbon on 191 7th Street in Brooklyn.
Click here for more information and to purchase tickets before they sell out!
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