Get Your Meat Fix at Meatopia; Free Booze at L’Ecole [Updated]

• In celebration of National Lobster Week, L'Ecole is offering a glass of sommelier's choice of wine, complimentary with the order of their steamed lobster, through June 16. [Grub Street]

Sahadi's and Betty Bakery are the latest to join the lineup at this weekend's inaugural Atlantic Avenue Extravaganza. [Grub Street]

• Waterfront @ Pier 92's rooftop Fourth of July party is set to boast eats from some of the city's favorite food trucks. Expect fare from Phil’s Steaks, Souvlaki GR, Milk Truck, and Valducci’s Pizza, among others. [Grub Street]

• Brooklynites, rejoice! This week the borough welcomes their first community-supported fishery, thanks to Mermaid's Garden Sustainable Foods. [Animal NY]

• Hang out with a bunch of meatheads at this year's Meatopia, September 8. With a roster of chefs from Hong Kong to active-duty members of SEAL Team Six, this meat-centric food festival is sure to be smokin'. Tickets available for $140 here. [Grub Street]

Hester Nights will be staying up late, or later that is, till 10 p.m. Come hungry. [Grub Street]

• This Friday the Wayland is throwing a party. And we want to go. In honor of country music legend Waylon Jennings' birthday, they'll be getting down with live music from bands like Brooklyn's the National Reserve and bringing back one of their original cocktails, "I Hear Banjos ... " A heady mix of apple-pie moonshine, applejack, homemade spiced-apple bitters, and applewood smoke. And, bonus: It's all for a good cause. Proceeds will go towards the Waylon Fund for Diabetes Research at TGen. [Grub Street]

Moscow 57 launched a pop-up cafe, with live music every Wednesday from 6 to 9 in East Harlem's Urban Garden Center. [Grub Street]

Update: An earlier version of this post mentioned that Chop't was offering free salad day Thursday. It was actually Wednesday.