Your Perks: line-skipping privileges at Shakespeare in the Park (including two cold adult beverages—on us). Also: an exclusive day pass to Hotel Gansevoort’s guests-only rooftop pools, and a VIP invite to a wild taco-and-tequila party at Hudson on July 27. You know what to do...
Hot time, summer in the weekend.
Thin Crust Straight Out of Italy
Thin-crust pizza’s an art. The kind of art that can really only be mastered by three Italian pizza-making brothers combining forces. Like at this new Greenwich Village spot, where the crust is so thin, it practically doesn’t exist. And yet somehow: super cheesy. Those Italians and their cheese miracles.
Bruce Lee, Now a Sandwich
Here are the facts: No. 7 Sub and Luke’s Lobster are joining together to make sandwiches based on the outdoor films Brooklyn Bridge Park is screening this summer. This week: Enter the Dragon—which means, yes, a Bruce Lee–inspired shrimp-pork-broccoli-and-sriracha-mayo masterpiece is there for the devouring. Mmm, delicious facts.
Up to 80% Off Some Natty Hats
You may have noticed recently that the sun is out to get you. Your move: investing in a handsome straw fedora. You can pick up a few of those with a pretty small investment at Eugenia Kim’s sample sale. Nice try, hot star of death.
Your Face, Immortalized in 3D
Your face: it really is a masterpiece. Or it will be, thanks to this design studio, which is now operating an East Village shop that does custom 3D portraits of you or anyone you’ve got a photo of. It’s not vain if it’s art.
Corned-Beef Brunch. You Want This.
When someone says their grandma makes a killer mustard sauce, you’ve gotta try it. And when it’s on corned beef for a New Zealand–style brunch: even better. Musket Room’s making it happen, along with the Michelada Hop: New Zealand IPA, hot sauce and something called “gunpowder.” It’s probably just a clever name.