Two great tastes that you probably never thought to put together, Korean and Cuban, are the fusion theme of the second pop-up by Yooeating?! The cash-only dinner at Passenger Bar on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 6-10 p.m. will feature Coreano Cubanos ($6), a spicier take on the traditional Cuban (with coffee-laced carnitas!) and “Post-Commie” Oxtail Soup ($6), among others.229 Roebling St.
Through March 1, try the dum pukht style of cooking unique to India’s Awadhi region that was adopted by the royals of southern India. Upper West Side’s Awadh is serving a multicourse menu à la carteor prix fixe(four courses/$65, five courses/$75).2588 Broadway
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Il Buco Alimentari is launching its cooking class series with a bread-baking session on Saturday, Feb. 28, from 3-6 p.m., with ciabatta, shortbread and brioche all on the agenda. Make, then bake your loaves in the restaurant’s ovens. The $75 per person price includes salumi, cheese and wine tastings, and a DIY bread kit.53 Great Jones St., for reservations call212-837-2622
Newly James Beard-nominated chef Jonah Miller is starting a collaborative series of takeover dinners featuring the small plates his Basque restaurant Huertas is known for. On the first Monday of every month beginning March 2, a different chef will take over the entire pintxo menu with six of their own one-night-only dishes. On deck are Wilson Tang (Nom Wah Tea Parlor) and Jonathan Wu (Fung Tu). Seating is walk-in only, from 5:30–11 p.m. 107 First Ave.