Bushwick Open Studios is this weekend, but if you're not into gallery-hopping from warehouse to warehouse in blazing hot 90-degree heat, maybe some donuts and simmered beets will do the trick, instead. Tomorrow, as part of BOS, vegan dessert masters Dun-Well Donuts and Ethiopian food pop-up Bunna Cafe are hosting a benefit at for local dance company A+S Works; the event, held at Dun-Well's East Wlliamsburg shop and will feature live music, lots of cheap booze, an Ethiopian feast and, if you're lucky, a few of Dun-Well's cruelty-free confections! Oh, and there will be banjo playing. This is Brooklyn, after all.

The benefit kicks off at 7 p.m. costs $25 to attend, with proceeds going towards A+S's upstate arts festival; Bunna, known for hosting traveling dinners all over Brooklyn, will be providing vegan dishes like misir wat, a spicy lentil stew, and kik alicha, a tasty split pea stew. There'll be a cheap cash bar and wine on hand to wash down the meal, in addition to an elaborate Ethiopian coffee ceremony; expect live music from local one-man-band/banjo player (banjo-ist? banjo-neer?) Morgan O'Kane, and dance performances from the A+S Works crew.

222 Montrose Ave, Williamsburg, Brooklyn (http://bunnaethiopia.net/farmraiser/)