Things to do for June 26, 2014

The Weekender

Sex, Short Ribs and Balloons

The weekend’s not on board with this whole biting people thing.

Thursday
UD - A Sexual Funhouse in Gramercy
TITILLATION

A Sexual Funhouse in Gramercy

The following are now (ahem) attractions at the Museum of Sex:
—A bounce castle made of rubber breasts
—A rock-climbing wall made of... various anatomical elements
—A tunnel of love... that leads to a massive G-spot

... We’re just going to leave that there.

Friday
UD - Your Next Art Date Is Here
THE SOUL OF WHIT

Your Next Art Date Is Here

If you paid a record $58.4 million for one of Jeff Koons’s balloon dogs in 2013, stop reading. This doesn’t apply to you. If you’re not that guy, here’s your chance to score art-date points with a pretty huge exhibit of his sculpture, painting and balloon-based work. Also: sound investing.

Saturday
UD - Daytime Dancing in Brooklyn
LIGHT OF DAY

Daytime Dancing in Brooklyn

If we told you there’s a new series of daylight dance parties in South Williamsburg featuring French house and indie music (including French Horn Rebellion on the ones and twos this week), Dark and Stormys and tacos, you’d say, “Yeah, that sounds about right.” Well, consider yourself told.

Tuesday
UD - A Sushi Pop-Up in the Hamptons
RAW DEAL

A Sushi Pop-Up in the Hamptons

Should you find yourself in the Hamptons soon, do not forget that the two men who started West Village sushi favorite Neta have got an East Hampton pop-up now. That’s right: even sushi summers in the Hamptons.

Opens Jul 1, Shuko Beach, 290 Montauk Hwy, East Hampton, 631-524-5372, see the menu

What Else Is New
UD - New Pork Chops + New Ribs
AND NOW...

New Pork Chops + New Ribs

If you like pork chops: At Pacifico’s Fine Foods in Crown Heights, a Back Forty vet’s giving them an American-Brazilian spin.
If you like ribs: The new Smorgasburg stand Carnal—from some former Betony and NoMad chefs—has short ribs made with bone marrow, burnt onion and juniper. Yes, all at once.

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