Things to do for December 04, 2014

The Weekender

Light Shows, Chicken and Rock

Nothing quenches thirst like an ice-cold weekend.

Thursday
A Rooftop Tree Lighting at Rosemary’s
THE FESTIVITY

A Rooftop Tree Lighting at Rosemary’s

There is a roof in the West Village. And on that roof is a Christmas tree. And on that Christmas tree there will be lights tonight. And looking at those lights will be you. Oh, and also on the roof will be spiked hot chocolate. That’s roofs for you.

Dec 4, 6-8pm, Rosemary’s, 18 Greenwich Ave (between 10th and 11th), 212-647-1818

You Won’t Get Out of This Unhandsome
THE SALES

You Won’t Get Out of This Unhandsome

The Ovadias must really hate what they made this year. We disagree. Still, they’re basically giving it away in SoHo. Meanwhile, in Chelsea, the likes of Peter Nappi (boot gods), Stutterheim (Scandinavian jacketry) and Golden Goose (Italian covetables) are actually selling stuff at a Capsule event for once. Giving, schmiving.

Saturday
Birds, Bubbles, Brunch
THE BRUNCH

Birds, Bubbles, Brunch

Should you be in a brunchly mood this weekend, know that Birds & Bubbles is now all aboard that train to the tune of eggnog french toast, chicken fried in waffle batter and maybe a side of heirloom grits. Yep, they’re calling grits that now, too.

Famous Guys Making Music
THE SHOW

Famous Guys Making Music

Here’s a great idea: take members of Antony and the Johnsons, the Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Interpol and other excellent bands, and mix them up. Give them a few hours to write a set list’s worth of songs. Have them perform those songs for you. Ah—that’s what this is.

Dec 6, 9pm, $15, Rock Lottery at Baby’s All Right, 146 Broadway (between Driggs and Bedford), Brooklyn, 718-599-5800

What Else Is New
Bourgeois Pig, Now in the West Village
AND NOW...

Bourgeois Pig, Now in the West Village

In the West Village: The Bourgeois Pig is packing up the EV spot and heading to MacDougal. S’mores fondue, champagne cocktails and general decadent Frenchness will also be joining.

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