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Things to do for April 14, 2011
Wet Shaves, Grilled Cheese and 12-Hour Ribs
Roger Ebert declares the weekend “a triumph of the human spirit.”
An Old-School Barbershop with Beer
Asking you to try a new barbershop: big leap of faith. But suppose that new barbershop were made of hand-laid marble and willing to ply you with hot towels, gratis products and ice-cold beer. Did we say leap of faith? We meant easy decision.
You’ve come to rely on Glenn O’Brien as a sartorial Sherpa of sorts. So when the man/myth/former cable access superstar throws together an edgy gallery show at Partners & Spade, you’d do well to take note. Especially if you’re going for that whole “Warhol Factory” vibe in your living room.
A Quick-Order Grilled Cheese Stand
Monday. Exactly the kind of situation personal days were made for. Also, exactly the kind of situation Midtown grilled cheese stands were made for. So you’ll visit Melt Shop and sample comfort food offerings like buttermilk fried chicken with melted jack on country white. It’s amazing what passes for grilled cheese these days.
Lantern’s Keep Opens at the Iroquois
You’ll never forget the moment you first realized New York was sorely lacking 1920s Euro cocktail bars. That’s because that moment was one second ago. Starting Monday, you’ll now have a set spot for sipping a Maison Charles and eating chicken liver crostini. Well, a set spot besides Marseille.
An Endless Supply of Slow-Smoked Ribs
According to the BBQ cognoscenti, superior ribs should be fall-off-the-bone tender. Rub concurs, so they’ve added a sauce-slathered 12-hour smoked pork rib to their menu. And they’re honoring it with an all-you-can-eat special. Always a better idea than the commemorative wet-nap.