Egg House, Plant Pop-Up, Beer Pairing: This Week In Food Events

This week's event roundup is for vodka drinkers, D.C. dwellers, plant and egg lovers, supporters of women, cinephiles and those who want to support the victims of the Parkland, Florida tragedy. If that sounds like you, here are some food-related activities you might enjoy.

  • Indonesian-inspired Selamat Pagi in Brooklyn will host a plant pop-up by Homecoming this Saturday and Sunday during brunch. Homecoming will set up shop at the restaurant where diners can peruse and pick up a new addition to their homes.
  • Brooklyn dine-in theater Nitehawk's Spring Break Florida series begins tomorrow. Not only will it be showing spring break-themed movies, but $5 from every specialty cocktail will be donated to the Stoneman Douglas Victims Fund in light of the attack in Parkland, Florida. The series ends on April 7.

  • Bresca in Washington D.C. is hosting a Spring Forward Dinner on Sunday, March 24 where chef Ryan Ratino prepares a multicourse meal to celebrate the start of the season. This is the first of four annual dinners dedicated to the seasons. Tickets for the seated dinner are available here.
  • Dominique Crenn's Women of Food series in San Francisco kicks off March 27 with chefs Einat Admony and Nancy Oakes. Mixologist Kimberly Rosselle of Trick Dog Bar in SF is also collaborating with the three women to serve a Ketel One Family-Made vodka cocktail paired with dinner. Tickets available here.
  • New York City's Kingsley and BlackTail are teaming up to prepare a four-course dinner highlighting pairings with Grey Goose Interpreted by Ducasse on March 28. Kingsley's chef Roxanne Spruance and BlackTail's head bartender Jesse Vida recently visited Cognac where chef Alain Ducasse and Grey Goose Cellar Master Francois Thibault taught them how to pair food with vodka. Reservations can be made here.
  • You've heard of the Ice Cream Museum. Get ready for The Egg House, a pop-up somewhere between an art installation and restaurant in New York City. Tickets for the pop-up are now available for the April 7 opening.
  • Tickets for the Brewers Association Something To Savor beer pairing event are now available. On June 1 and 2 in Washington D.C., 90 craft brewers are pouring 180 varieties of beers to be served with plates prepared by Adam Dulye, BA's executive chef.