On Monday, March 4, Perks is hooking you up with a charmed three-course dinner at Andrew Carmellini’s new theater bar, the Library at the Public. (Cocktail pairings included, naturally.) Your other Perks: VIP access to Armory Week, and a date night of Peruvian food and flowing sangria at Raymi for a tidy $75.
You’re so vain. You probably think this weekend’s about you.
75% Off at Odin. You Know What to Do.
The answer to the question of when’s a bad time for a stunning new Duckie Brown jacket: a resounding never. Which is why you’ll head to the Odin sample sale to collect that and some other last-vestiges-of-cold-weather treasures. Because it’ll be back. It always comes back.
Monkey Bar’s Doing Breakfast Now
Monkey Bar: it’s a big deal. Graydon Carter’s Midtown playground. Spectacular. Totally doesn’t have breakfast. Or... it didn’t. Now you go there, and you get bread-pudding french toast, banana bread and field-mushroom omelets. Because city-mushroom omelets just don’t taste the same.
A Serious Underground Dance Party
A group of Le Baron vet house DJs has banded together to make beautiful, bone-thumping music in a basement in Bushwick. There will be lasers. There will be smoke. There will be a welcome sweatiness. And the words you’re looking for are “I’m in.”
A Brunch Where You Build the Cocktails
They say that if you want something done right, you’ve got to do it yourself. Funny story behind that: they were talking about prosecco cocktails. Case in point: this new brunch, where you’ll toss fresh liqueurs, candied ginger and juices to your heart’s content. You’re like a bubbly Walter White.
Mondays, You Have Beer at Sauce
If nothing else, Mondays are great for drinking a lot of beer and eating a lot of pasta. That’s a thing you’re going to start saying, now that Sauce is doing five-course beer-pairing dinners on Mondays. Think stuffed pepper, beef stew and fried zucchini with beer, beer and beer.
Oysters and Barrel Aging in Westchester
Waterfront Art, Cereal Bars and BBQ
Hot Pots and Such on Delancey
An App to Unlock Your Door
Cocktailing Upstairs, Dancing Downstairs
Here’s Where You Abscond to in Brooklyn