Monday, April 21, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Dassara’s Passover Seder
Dassara, 271 Smith Street, Brooklyn
Ah, cooking for the holidays. It’s a nail-biting nightmare for the culinarily challenged. So, what’s easier than manning the stove (and cleaning up all those dishes)? Hopping a train/cab/bicycle over to Dassara. The Cobble Hill ramen spot is serving a special menu to mirror it’s delicious fusion cuisine. (Hello, Deli Ramen!) They’ll have eight dishes dealt out in four courses with wine pairings to match. Get ready for Assorted Dill Tsukemono, Chopped Liver and Duck Rillete with Scallion Matzoh, Charoset Salad with Bitter Herbs, Salty Tears Vinaigrette Chicken Miso Matzoh Ball Soup, Potato Okonomiyaki and Lamb Shank Chashu with Seasonal Veggies. And, yep, a Manischewitz Granita for dessert. A spot at the table is $50 per person, with two seatings available, one at 7 p.m. and the other at 9 p.m.
Deal nearby: Sugar Shop
Wednesday, April 23, 8 p.m.
The Morbid Anatomy Museum Kickstarter Fundraiser
Standard ToyKraft, 722 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn
Last call! There’s just four more days to catch this creepy retelling of the Donner Party’s ill fated trek through the Sierra Nevada. The AntiMatter Collective presents “The Tower” this Wednesday through Saturday at Standard ToyKraft. Watch the drama unfold while a once-calm group of American pioneers devolve into cannibalism. Admission is $15.
Deal nearby: Santos Anne
Wednesday, April 23, 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.
Gluten-free Baking with Ovenly
The Brooklyn Kitchen at Gotham West Market, 600 11th Avenue, Manhattan
Is wheat your mortal enemy? This Wednesday, defeat the beast and eat your cake, too. Beloved Greenpoint bakery Ovenly presents a class dedicated to gluten-free treats at the Brooklyn Kitchen’s Manhattan outpost inside Gotham West Market. Step out of the office to whip up some cookies and muffins with the pros, Erin Patinkin and Agatha Kulaga. Each student will walk away with their own small bag of the special gluten free flour to try their hand at home.
Deal nearby: Guantanamera
Thursday, April 24, 8 p.m.
Class of Nuke ‘Em High with Lloyd Kaufman
Videology, 308 Bedford Avenue, Brooklyn
If Troma films have ever had you yelling, “DEAR GOD WHY?!” at your TV screen, now’s the chance to shoot those questions straight to the source of the insanity. Famed cult director/producer and Troma co-founder Lloyd Kaufman stops by Videology this Thursday for a Q&A after a special screening of Class of Nuke ‘Em High. The 1986 brain-bender comes packed with guts, gore, laughs, radioactive plants and cretins. Get ready. Admission is free.
Deal nearby: Hope Garage