One of the best things about this time of year is that on pretty much any given weekend, there is a pig roast or clambake or bbq going on in the backyard of a cool bar somewhere. That said, the monthly Butcher Paper Dinner series at the Brooklyn Grange takes al fresco dining to a whole new level thanks to its spectacular setting: an acre of rooftop farmland overlooking the Manhattan skyline. This Sunday, the series continues with what is probably one of the best fried chicken dinners you can find north of the Mason-Dixon, all brought to you by the people behind Pies & Thighs. A massive communal table will be piled high with chicken, biscuits, cornbread, corn on the cob, salad, pickles and seasonal fruit pie, accompanied by beer from Queens Brewery and music from DJ Neil Sugarman, co-owner of Daptone Records. Tickets are limited and will set you back $80, and be sure to check out the other Butcher Paper events scheduled for this summer: a crab boil from chef Will Horowitz of Duck’s Eatery, a giant sandwich dinner from the folks at M. Wells, and a rooftop ribfest brought to you by Briskettown.