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North Carolina barbecue in Dallas; Halloween at Martin House Brewing; Green Grocer gets charitable; Abacus wine dinner.

Four Corners Brewing Co.
Four Corners Brewing Co.
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TRINITY GROVES—Here's your chance to sample some of North Carolina's finest whole hog barbecue without even leaving the state: TMBBQ is teaming up with Four Corners Brewing Co. to host an evening with Samuel Jones of Skylight Inn in Ayden, North Carolina. $65 tickets include barbecue, sides by The Slow Bone, desserts by Swiss Pastry Shop, beer, cocktails from Buffalo Trace, and live music. [EaterWire]

FORT WORTH—Martin House Brewing will host its second annual Halloween "boo-ery" tour on October 25 between noon and 5 p.m. Expect live music, samples from four guest breweries (including Oak Cliff's upcoming Noble Rey), new Martin House beers, food samples from Fort Worth food vendors, take-home glasses, a costume contest with prizes, and candy for the wee ones. Tickets are $15 with an extra $5 for five food samples. [EaterWire]

LOWER GREENVILLE—Green Grocer continues its Chefs’ Choice Charity program in October with creations from Garden Cafe’s Mark Wootton, and hopefully you like kale: A portion of proceeds from Wootton's kale salad with avocado and honey-roasted pecans and "Vegetation Station" smoothie with kale, spinach, parsley, mango, banana, coconut oil, and coconut water go to the Texas Honeybee Guild and GROW North Texas. [EaterWire]

UPTOWN—Abacus will host Iron Horse Vineyards for a four-course wine dinner on Thursday, October 23 starting at 6:30 p.m. The menu will include Berkshire pork belly with acorn squash agnolotti and braised beef cheeks with crispy sweetbreads; seats are $100 per person plus tax and gratuity. To reserve, contact Sarah Stolte at (214) 520-0151 or sarahs@kentrathbun.com. [EaterWire]

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