Things to do for March 15, 2012

The Weekender

Cartoons, Bacon Macarons and St. Pat’s on a Rooftop

The weekend fills out its bracket in permanent quill.

Thursday
Saturday
How the Beagle Does Brunch
FEELING REGAL

How the Beagle Does Brunch

Eggs. Bacon. A trough of Bloody Mary. Normally, you’re pretty standard with your brunch demands. But not this weekend. Not when the Beagle is debuting a midmorning menu featuring things like a corned-tongue and egg sandwich, foie gras butter pancakes and The Balanced Breakfast (the cocktail version). Bourbon, apparently a food group now.

Sat-Sun, noon-3:30pm, The Beagle, 162 Ave A, 212-228-6900

St. Pat’s Sunset at the Dream Downtown
CLOVER THE TOP

St. Pat’s Sunset at the Dream Downtown

So what if your body, heart, mind, soul and conscience are telling you no. This year, you’re going out for St. Patrick’s Day. The spot: PH-D. The time: right around sunset. The ridiculous party favors: mostly inflatable. Think green beach balls, pots o’ gold and blow-up jumbo leprechauns. Think them and then do them.

Sunday
Watching Cartoons and Eating Cereal
DRAWN IN

Watching Cartoons and Eating Cereal

Nitehawk Cinema (that movie theater/restaurant/full-service bar in Williamsburg) is dusting off a big old block of Saturday morning cartoons this weekend. To accompany your heavy dose of Hanna-Barbera: a complimentary all-you-can-eat cereal bar and a robust selection of boozy milk infusions. Cocoa Puffs, Baileys and some 2%: a revelation.

Monday
Beers with Bangkok’s Best Tailor
THAI BAR

Beers with Bangkok’s Best Tailor

If you’re in the market for something craft brewed/double breasted next week, consider Park Avenue Tavern. They’ll be flying in Thailand’s best suit man to conduct a bunch of fittings over a bunch of beers. Also, there’ll be cigar rolling, shoe shining and hors d’oeuvres. Otherwise known as a “gentleman’s triple play.”

Tuesday
Baked Goods and Bacon
MAC DADDY

Baked Goods and Bacon

There’s a storm coming. A macaron storm (trust us, these exist). It’s happening this summer, when famed French pastry shop Macaron Parlour opens a giant outdoor garden spot in the East Village. But for now: a preview pop-up. You’ll want to stop by to try their candied-bacon-filled macaron. Because, you know, bacon.

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