Your Perks: 1) On November 6, an evening of rare whiskey and live jazz in Hudson’s candelabra-adorned lounge. 2) An exclusive box of the world’s most exquisite spirits, delivered monthly. 3) 33% off the Celluon Epic—a tiny Bluetooth keyboard made of frickin’ lasers. You can’t not get this.
Open a can of weekend.
Halloween Just Keeps Going at No. 8
Halloween is a marathon, not a sprint. And in that spirit (so to speak), you’ve got two more nights of it at No. 8. They’re planning a freak show haunted house of salacious dancing. Which you were just talking about wanting.
There’s a Big New Randolph in Brooklyn
The Randolph is in Williamsburg now. In an ironic twist, they skipped the warm, rustic vibe of the laid-back coffee-and-cocktails Manhattan original and went for a ’70s punk diner vibe: red vinyl booths, a wall sculpture of televisions. They kept the coffee and cocktails, though.
Japanese Handsomeness at Hickoree’s
Journal Standard: a hard-to-find brand of Japanese nattiness. They’ve got a pop-up at Hickoree’s. Here’s what you might obtain there: 1. A three-piece, slim-fit camouflage-print suit. 2. A raw-denim, blanket-lined flight jacket. 3. The satisfying jealousy of the less handsome around you.
The Elm, Now Brunching
Lobster benedict. A dry-aged burger with tomato confit. Late-morning Navy Grogs. Either we’re just listing desirable consumable things for no reason, or we’re telling you what to expect at brunch at the Elm this Sunday. It’s anyone’s guess.
Jazz and Cocktails Above Midtown
On Mondays at the Monarch, you can do anything you want. Well, so long as what you want is to drink martinis and listen to live jazz in a wooded living room high above Midtown. Which... still works out nicely.
Sausage Is Mostly What This Is About
Just a Real Comfortable Place to Drink
Blue Moon Roofing, David Byrne and Comedy
Flaky Biscuits and Cocktails in Astoria
Dimly Lit Cocktailery in the Bowery
A Glorious Place for Glorious Clothes