Is this a spirited case of “anything you can do, I can do better”? Find out for yourself as one of the 25 guests able to take part in a Whiskey vs. Wine tasting event at HOBNOB Neighborhood Tavern in Brookhaven and make the spirit or vine call yourself. No judgment on preferences, just a fun opportunity to enjoy five courses of small plates, each paired with both a whiskey and a wine. Executive chef Wayne Rheinlander, sous chef Jake Orr and owner/event host Sean Yeremyan strategize a delectable arsenal of dishes to complement a stellar lineup of whiskeys and wines. Beginning at 7 p.m., course pairings progress through Redwood Empire whiskey and La Maison Cremant brut paired with honeydew and mint sorbet and crispy prosciutto; Glenglassaugh Revival whiskey and Ziata sauvignon blanc with house-smoked salmon, bacon, avocado, endive and lemon vinaigrette; Glendronach Peated scotch and Maison L’Envoyé Bourgogne blanc paired with poached oyster, beurre blanc and house-pickled cucumber; Breckenridge Port Cask Finish rye and Conn Creek cabernet sauvignon served alongside mock Wellington of hanger steak with cashew duxelles, duck confit and red wine reduction; and Iron Smoke Applewood smoked whiskey and Four Vines Lodi Old Vine zinfandel paired with poached pear and blue cheese tartlet, red wine poached pear, whipped blue cheese, butter crust and brown sugar bacon. A limited number of tickets are available. Purchase tickets online, $39 each.