Your Perks: 1) 25% off some handsome, limited-edition maps of star constellations. 2) One-of-a-kind wristwatches made from refashioned antique pocket watches. 3) A three-course dinner date of Southern deliciousness and burlesque at Duane Park. Every good date needs tassels.
In case of weekend, break glass.
A Treasure Trove of Scandinavian Things
One-stop shops: so convenient. Like when you need a sharp-looking Norwegian blanket, a bike, a cup of Icelandic joe and some desk candy in the form of a wooden bow tie, there should be a place for all that. And now there is. It’s called Búdin. It’s Scandinavian. Like Ikea but way nicer.
A Pop-Up Full of Jam and Hot Sauce
What you have here is a Brooklyn pop-up full of artisanal, locally made edibles. There’s Indian relish. There’s peach-sriracha jams. There’s cocktail mixers. We’re not saying it sounds like a Portlandia sketch, but we’re not not saying that, either.
Bo’s Gets into the Brunch Game
Confirmed menu items at Bo’s new Sunday brunch:
—Monkey bread french toast with bourbon syrup
Up to 70% Off at Gant
Something’s not done with you yet. It rhymes with schminter. And it necessitates further collection of Fair Isle sweaters and tweed jackets from Gant. Hence, the Gant sample sale. Go—fight the good fight.
What Else Is New
Two New Spots You Should Be Aware Of
If you need to be charmed: Cobble Hill’s Van Horn Sandwich Shop has dropped the
“Sandwich Shop” part and added trout plates, sunchoke fritters and scotch-rum cocktails to the
If you’ve never had tandoori rabbit: The old Beagle space is now Flinders Lane, an Aussie spot for... tandoori rabbit.
NoMad’s Negroni-and-Pasta Charmer
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