This week, you’ve got bottomless brunch, two ways—a massive cruise sailing to the Statue of Liberty, or a cozy, brick-walled tavern in Union Square. Either way: mimosa deluge. Plus, here’s $100 off golf lessons with a former PGA pro at New York’s best driving range. Goodbye, slice.
Things to do for July 24, 2014
Clooney, Montauk and Mission Chinese
You can lead a horse to weekend...
Stop-Motion Clooney at Brooklyn Bridge
Fantastic Mr. Fox. It’s Roald Dahl. It’s Wes Anderson. It’s a stop-motion fox wearing nicer blazers than you’ve ever seen. And it’s playing tonight, under the Brooklyn Bridge. Maybe bring a blanket or something.
Daybeds by the Ocean in Montauk
An ideal Hamptons weekend checklist:
—Reggae at sunset.
—An Airstream full of handsome Miansai bracelets and beach shoes at your disposal.
—You on a daybed on the ocean during all of it.
A list of things happening Saturday at Navy Beach:
Earth’s Greatest Umbrellas
Maybe you don’t need an impeccable custom umbrella or walking stick in your life. Then again, maybe you don’t need to eat for three days. The point is, why risk it? The other point is, a gent from England’s Fox Umbrellas is coming to the Armoury Saturday, and he’s taking orders.
Mission Chinese Is Back. Ish.
Mission Chinese is finally bringing its pop-up ways to Manhattan. It’s happening at Mile End, and you can expect several courses of whatever the hell they want to serve you. Trust will work in your favor here.
What Else Is New
For Halal: This. For Duck: That.
In street-meat news: The Halal Guys cart is beloved enough for its own Wikipedia page. And
now, the guys have graduated to a full-on East Village spot.
In duck news: The Dear Bushwick folks are now slinging housemade vermouth and duck three ways at Brooklyn Proper (pictured) in Windsor Terrace.