Buy One Burger at Fresh-N-Fast, Give One Away Free; Try Under-$10 Entrées at Esperanto

Carroll Gardens: Maybe the title of this event is literal and all, but if you're "game" for some fine wild game, you should reserve one of the 30 spots at the $95 dinner at Prime Meats. Fittingly, the name of this event is Hunter's Food & Wine Dinner. Get it, Grubsters? It's rabbit season (and duck, and venison, and veal, and probably pork season, too). [Grub Street]
East Village: It's getting cold outside, and Vandaag now has three new $11 fall-friendly cocktails to warm you up thanks to their creator, Vandaag's new cocktail and beverage director Martim Ake Smith-Mattson. They include V.O.G. Grogg, which is a take on hot buttered rum; a New Amsterdam Toddy, which has apple brandy and homemade spiced cider; and Dutch East Cocoa, which has homemade cocoa mix, Drambuie, Bols Genever, and kafir-maple whipped cream. [Grub Street]
East Village: Esperanto has entres on sale every Tuesday for $9.95, like Pollo de la Casa, which is marinated chicken served with taro potato mash and fava beans with mixed chorizo. Also: half-price wine bottles on Monday nights? Yes, please. [Grub Street]

Gramercy: Who knew that buying burgers could be so charitable? On Friday at Fresh-N-Fast, for every burger that you purchase, the restaurant donates another burger on Thanksgiving to Bowery Mission, which has been feeding hungry New Yorkers since 1879. [Grub Street]
Midtown West: The midtown location of Neapolitan restaurant and art gallery PizzArte now delivers. Visit www.pizzarteny.com and place your order. [Grub Street]
Roosevelt Island: From December 1 to 3, chef David Santos will cook for you in his apartment. He's done this before; we reported last month that he was starting this new venture, called Um Segredo Portuguese for "a secret" in an ongoing trend of chefs hosting supper clubs. This time, the price tag is $125 for truffle dinner dates; the food ranges from red wine poached egg (with white truffles) to Atlantic halibut (with black truffle vinaigrette). And of course, BYOB. RSVP by e-mailing umsegredo12@gmail.com. [Grub Street]
West Village: So, what is the difference between a French cow's milk and a Stateside cow's milk? We dare you to find out. Murray's is now selling truffles from a "French cow's milk triple crème," called Delice des Cremiers Truffe. The eight-ounce truffle-laced cheese is sold in a wooden box for $12.99; quantities are limited. [Grub Street]