Your Perks: line-skipping privileges at Shakespeare in the Park (including two cold adult beverages—on us). Also: an exclusive day pass to Hotel Gansevoort’s guests-only rooftop pools, and a VIP invite to a wild taco-and-tequila party at Hudson on July 27. You know what to do...
Things to do for July 18, 2013
Bruce Lee. Kiwi Brunch. The Weekend...
Hot time, summer in the weekend.
Thin Crust Straight Out of Italy
Thin-crust pizza’s an art. The kind of art that can really only be mastered by three Italian pizza-making brothers combining forces. Like at this new Greenwich Village spot, where the crust is so thin, it practically doesn’t exist. And yet somehow: super cheesy. Those Italians and their cheese miracles.
Bruce Lee, Now a Sandwich
Here are the facts: No. 7 Sub and Luke’s Lobster are joining together to make sandwiches based on the outdoor films Brooklyn Bridge Park is screening this summer. This week: Enter the Dragon—which means, yes, a Bruce Lee–inspired shrimp-pork-broccoli-and-sriracha-mayo masterpiece is there for the devouring. Mmm, delicious facts.
Up to 80% Off Some Natty Hats
You may have noticed recently that the sun is out to get you. Your move: investing in a handsome straw fedora. You can pick up a few of those with a pretty small investment at Eugenia Kim’s sample sale. Nice try, hot star of death.
Your Face, Immortalized in 3D
Your face: it really is a masterpiece. Or it will be, thanks to this design studio, which is now operating an East Village shop that does custom 3D portraits of you or anyone you’ve got a photo of. It’s not vain if it’s art.
Corned-Beef Brunch. You Want This.
When someone says their grandma makes a killer mustard sauce, you’ve gotta try it. And when it’s on corned beef for a New Zealand–style brunch: even better. Musket Room’s making it happen, along with the Michelada Hop: New Zealand IPA, hot sauce and something called “gunpowder.” It’s probably just a clever name.