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Thursday

UD - Bikes. Real Handsome Ones.
A VICIOUS CYCLE

Bikes. Real Handsome Ones.

Think of the most attractive bike you can imagine. Now think of one a little more attractive than that. Boom. You’ve got a vision of Martone, which is having a pop-up at the same place as Queen of the Night. We promise: bike season is coming... sometime.

UD - Sour Beers and Heavy Metal. Why Not.
CHILL CLINTON

Sour Beers and Heavy Metal. Why Not.

You’ve heard of heavy metal. You’ve heard of sour beer. (Well, probably. It’s usually British. Tough to drink, but completely worth it.) And tonight, the beersmiths at Clinton Hall are bringing them together for a huge blowout. If you’re not making devil horns by round two, you’re doing it wrong.

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Mar 27, 7-10pm, Clinton Hall, 90 Washington St (at Rector), 212-363-6000

Saturday

UD - A Le Cirque Vet Conquers Crown Heights
DOCK OF THE BAY

A Le Cirque Vet Conquers Crown Heights

Picture it. You’re at the Brooklyn Museum. You say to a date: “Yes, 19th-century Dutch portraiture does make me hungry.” Your move: this new spot, where you can discuss the finer points of spatial depth over lobster mac and cheese and prawns with plantains. Sea life in its natural habitat.

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Now open, Docklands, 789 Franklin Ave (between St. Johns and Lincoln), Brooklyn, 718-483-9998

Monday

UD - Monday Night Is Clam Night at Bo’s
BO KNOWS

Monday Night Is Clam Night at Bo’s

Consider this your official reminder: Monday is opening day. For Major League Baseball, sure, but also for Bo’s new clam night, where you’ll feast upon andouille sausage, shrimp and... yep, clams.

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Mondays, Bo’s, 6 W 24th St (between Broadway and 6th), 212-234-2373

UD - Royal Palms Gets into Mah-jongg
THE JONGG AND WINDING ROAD

Royal Palms Gets into Mah-jongg

Let’s say you’re an expert at mah-jongg. A) We don’t believe you. B) You might be a Jewish grandmother. For non-masters, though, Royal Palms’ new mah-jongg club starts with a lesson before getting down to hot, hot tile action. You’ve always wanted to say you’re calling cracks.

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