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Things to do for April 17, 2008
The NY Weekend Starts Here
The weekend is gonna be a stunner.
The nautical-minded cocktail hotspot finally whips up some midday grub. We recommend you slide into a window seat early, order up a plate of Coca-Cola Ribs and let the 99-cent beers tide you over through the sunset...over scenic Hoboken.
The al fresco institution reopens for summer, fortified with a newly revamped drink list, including a house recipe white sangria that she'll love, and enough cocktails to make you forget you're in midtown.
Dim Sum Swing Party
Chinatown's Grand Harmony resto, in an intriguing and somewhat necessary culture clash, is hosting Friday Swing this week, featuring a Lindy-Hopping dance floor and mountains of barbecued pork.
The NoHo tapas spot celebrates its first birthday by bringing in two of Spain's most respected chefs (including one from the legendary El Bulli) to put together extra menus for the week...assuming they can get that Ibérico Ham past customs.
The mini department store is forsaking worldly
goods, cutting up to 50% off housewares and clothing from the Finnish Marimekko,
the Italian KCC Roma and the globe-trotting John Robshaw—all laid out under a tent in the store's back
411: April 17 through 20, 803-805 Washington St (between Horatio and Gansevoort), 212-229-2292
The Italian leather magnates are throwing their first ever sample sale, with up to 70% off leather messenger bags, wallets and luggage, in exchange for cold hard cash.
The high-end boutique opens its first non-Hawaiian location in Hudson Square, with the likes of 3.1 Phillip Lim and Obedient Sons filling out the shelves. No need to say mahalo.