Be the breadwinner
Every year, the French throw La Fete du Pain to celebrate the crusty, buttery, carb-a-licious bread that they enjoy with just about every meal. Now, the party comes to the States at Maison Kayser (1294 Third Ave., 212-744-3100). Beginning Monday, the bistro will offer a different, limited-edition bread through Sunday. We’re mostly excited about Tuesday’s Brie Bread, a buttery and salty variety from Normandy.
Tonight’s the last night you can take advantage of Scott Conant’s special menu in honor of his eatery’s fifth birthday. The four-course anniversary menu will include Scarpetta classics like spiced duck breast with fava beans and Conant’s spaghetti with tomato and basil. Each course will be paired with a complimentary wine flight of 2-ounce pours. $65, 355 W. 14th St., 212-691-0555
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Amali (115 E. 60th St., 212-339-8363) just kicked off 21 Days of Rosé, where through May 28 they’ll offer a different rosé every night of the week, as well as a special rosé-paired dinner. Deals include Mediterranean by-the-glass rosés for $10, half-pours for $5 and bottles for $35 with a gratis chef’s pairing.
- The Ritz Carlton Central Park’s final dinner from its Women in Wine series is Tuesday, and they’re hosting Sarah Quider, winemaker at Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery of Healdsburg, Calif. Tickets to the four-course dinner are $125. 50 Central Park S., 212-521-6125
- If your love of Jack Daniel’s didn’t end when you graduated college, hit BLT Prime this Tuesday for a Jack-paired four-course tasting menu. Start with cocktails and hors d’oeuvres before tucking into morel mushroom soup, spiced swordfish and more. Tickets are $100. 111 E. 22nd St., 212-995-8500
- If you’ve been dying to get to a Tom Colicchio restaurant, consider going Tuesday, when Craftbar will welcome Banshee Vineyards for a four-course pairing. Tickets ($110) include tax and gratuity. 900 Broadway, 212-461-4300
- Astoria’s SingleCut Brewery is in the limelight at this Wednesday’s paired dinner at Jack the Horse Tavern (66 Hicks St., Brooklyn Heights, 718-852-5084). The four-course spring menu (think soft-boiled egg with ramps and beer beurre blanc, ale-braised short rib steak and salted chocolate lager caramel tart) is $65 per person.